Average price A$65
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Visited on a long weekend, however I felt the restaurant and tasting area were very understaffed. It took about 40mins for our wine tasting to finish. Then we headed down to the Shed for lunch. I ordered the crispy skin snapper and we ordered a side of goose fat potatoes to share. The potatoes were far from crispy and under seasoned, like they were made in the day before and just microwaved before serving. The snapper had barely any skin and was far from crispy and mine was raw in the middle. Sent it back and got some complimentary coffee, however did not make up for the pricey meal that was cooked so badly. Would not recommend regardless of the view.
Recently dined at Terindah with a table of 8. We were made to have the set group menu even though their website says it’s only required for groups of 10 or more. This aside, food was tasty and overall nice experience
The staff were all very friendly and efficient. A lovely place to have lunch. My husband had the lamb and he thought it was excellent, especially with a glass of Zinfandel. I had the snapper which was also good.
Setting was great, service was good and food was delicious! It was just a pity that we did not allow enough time during our visit to wander around the grounds.
Had a wonderful evening, friendly staff, food was delicious, great views. Could not have asked for a better evening. Also have great wines added bonus.
Great experience, fantastic setting coupled with beautiful wine and food and excellent engaging staff. Highly recommend a visit.
A wonderful birthday lunch with great weather, food and wine. We shared the wagu fillet and were very satisfied even though it was expensive. We’ll be back
Staff were friendly on arrival and throughout the lunch service were trying very hard to do their best. It is the festive season and yes there was a small Christmas tree at the entrance and some other indication it was Christmas at the waiting station but, come on , nothing on any tables, not even a flower. However apart from that , managers need to train waiting staff how to present glasses to customers , no fingers around rims of glasses or cups ,that area is for me to touch, not you. No reaching from one end of the table to another to deliver or collect anything from the tables. No carrying beers bottles by the neck, you are working in a restaurant not a local public bar . Give clients the option of trying the selected wine before pouring for everyone. It had been a very warm night previous to our lunch, all the glasses were warm, the white wine tasted like it had been refrigerated for about 30 mins. Glad the ice bucket was on hand for top ups . Food service was pretty good . Fish portions could have been a bit larger and seasoned a little more. Pork belly and steak good. Waiting staff need to offer additional condiments, not wait to be asked , cracked pepper etc, when eye contact can eventually be made. Be observant . Just a few simple changes to service that would show your clients that you have some pride and confidence in your work. A little more professionalism could have made the experience better.
Incredible food! Everything we ate was delicious as was the wine. Beautiful setting with views over the winery and ocean
In the past we have loved The Shed @Terindah, it was always on top of our list when recommending wineries and somewhere special to eat. We have been there at least 10 times. The last few visits the food and service has not been of the same standard that it used to be. I am disappointed as it is one of my favourite places to come, but probably less inclined to do so now.
Service started off so well. Lovely staff, friendly and polite. But then the Restaurant got busy & the service fell apart (and sadly this is not the first time). Amazing views in a gorgeous part of the world. Mths Food is also fabulous.
I found the mains menu not quite my taste, but the entrees were lovely. The wines were good too. Spectacular setting!
The food was very disappointing, not worth the prices charged. It is not really fine dinning as you would except.
My husband didn’t enjoy his lamb as much as usual, hopefully better next time but my duck was lovely.
Very happy with the meal and great location with a view of the ocean
The truffle menu was delicious!
Very pleasant views lovely on a very clear day out over the water. Pinot Grigio wine very nice. Food very nice
Great spot and nice view but the food was not much better than pub food, and not cheap.
We came here for a quiet birthday celebration and we got exactly that with the bonus of an amazing view. Food was excellent and on point. Seafood was fresh and cooked to perfection. And if you’re a sucker for French onion soup like me, must try! Can’t fault this place. Highly recommended if you’re ever down In Bellarine Peninsula area.
Stunning views, beautiful food and friendly service
90 McAdams Ln, 3223, Bellarine (VIC), Australia, RestaurantAddress
An eighty minute drive from Melbourne's CBD, and only twenty from Geelong, you’ll find Bellarine Peninsula's most beautiful boutique venue - Terindah Estate. The floor to ceiling windows at The Shed host a stunning view of the vineyard and across the bay.
Take a break from the hustle and bustle of city life and check out the cellar door wine tastings which run daily. After your wine tour, head to The Shed for a relaxing long lunch. Bringing together award-winning wines, delectable food and spectacular views across Port Phillip Bay, these guys know what their doing - and they’re doing it well.
Best dish: Confit duck, heirloom beetroots
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