Myrtleford, Food
Myrtleford, Food

The rich soil is ideal for cultivating cool climate wines, nuts, olives and a variety of fruits and vegetables. The area is also suited to grazing with alpacas and deer popular along with cattle, sheep and goats.

The region is known for its diversity - the seasons, the landscape, the people, and of course the produce.

Myrtleford is home to many innovative and talented growers, producers, restaurateurs, chefs and foodies who are passionate about local produce. Enjoy genuine country hospitality and learn what it is like to live and eat as a local in Myrtleford.

For a true regional experience, look for handmade signs on the roadside advertising fresh produce - there are plenty to discover during your travels and it is a great way to see what produce is currently in season.

Some growers, such as Valley Nut Groves in Gapsted, offer tour of the production facilities (by appointment only Ph 0428 537 700) and many wineries offer vineyard tours for those who want to know a little more. Australian Pumpkin Seed Company for tour and tastings.

You can always head to the monthly market, to pick up local fare.  The Farmers Market is on the forth Saturday of the month.

Myrtleford, Food

Pedal to Produce

Pedal to Produce is the perfect foodies holiday: cycling from a quaint village café, down a country road to taste award winning wines and onto a farm gate to pick up some fresh regional produce and meet the farmer who grew it.

Pedal to Produce includes the renowned food and wine regions Rutherglen, Beechworth, Glenrowan, Milawa, King Valley, Mansfield, Myrlteford, Bright and the Kiewa Valley where you can visit cellar doors, local breweries or drop into a café for a coffee. If you’re hungry you can refuel at one of the many bakeries, restaurants and food producers along the way.

Through a combination of the Murray to Murray to Mountains Rail Trail, quiet country roads, farm gate producers, cellar doors and spectacular scenery this make for a compelling experience.

Visit the Pedal to Produce website for more information.

Myrtleford's Eateries

Myrtleford's Markets

Business NameTelephoneStreet Address
Myrtleford Hotel Motel0410 669 90867 Standish Street
Golden Leaf Motor Inn03 5752 1566186-188 Great Alpine Road
Motel on Alpine & Range Restaurant03 5752 1438258 Great Alpine Road
Railway Hotel & Motel03 5752 1583101 Standish Street
Cafe Fez03 5751 1155145 Great Alpine Road
Alpine Gate Cafe03 5752 1375 or 0428 213 53838 Myrtle Street
Heiners Bakery03 5752 143087 Standish Street
Myrtleford Bakehouse03 5751 1642Corner Myrtle and Standish Streets
Delizie Cafe Deli03 5751 177272 Myrtle Street
Buffalo Hotel03 5751 140049 Clyde Street
Myrtleford Hotel0410 669 90867 Standish Street
Carlo's Pizza & Pasta Bar03 5752 2895107 Myrtle Street
Myrtleford Savoy Sporting Club03 5751 1296252-254 Great Alpine Road
Jade House Chinese Restaurant03 5752 285011 Clyde Street
Coffee Chakra03 5752 1133105 Myrtle Street
Jessie James Milk Bar & Take Away03 5752 1049143 Myrtle Street
Myrtleford Chinese Restaurant03 5752 2631 or 0419 211 853Shop 1, 146 Myrtle Street
Roma Pizza Bar & Restaurant03 5752 186756 Standish Street
Ruby's Takeaway03 5752 268437 Smith Street
Tu Vietnamese Street Food@tumyrtleford109 Myrtle Street
Michelini Wines - Check if food available03 5751 1990213 Great Alpine Road
Reclaim Wine Bar & Cafe03 5751 560955a Standish Street
Lupos Cafe03 57522310134 Great alpine Road
Happy Valley Hotel03 5751 16284994 Great Alpine Road
Eaglerange Estate - Check if food available03 5752 2518228 Happy Valley Road
Bright Berry Farms03 5756 25236300 Great Alpine Road
The Red Stag Restaurant03 5756 2365324 Hughes Lane
Baltazar Vineyards03 5756 26616268 Great Alpine Road
Mount Buffalo Vineyard03 5756 25236300 Great Alpine Road
Gapsted Wines (Victorian Alps Wine Company)03 5751 13833897 Great Alpine Road