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  • Traveller Brae Review 5/5

    Lunch or dinner complemented by a night’s stay at Brae’s suites is a pairing perfected in heaven. There’s a scarcity of world-class restaurants on these shores that combine this calibre of fine dining while offering superior, intelligently-conceived accommodation in a beautifully bucolic setting.

    The Age & Sydney Morning Herald Traveller. Read more.

  • Dani Valent Restaurant Review

    Brae has three Good Food Guide hats. It was named 44th in the World’s 50 Best Restaurants list. Its owner Dan Hunter could fill a barn with ‘chef of the year’ awards. So, you would expect this five-year-old country restaurant, two hours west of Melbourne, to be very, very good. What you might not anticipate is how great it makes you feel.

    Dani Valent. Read more.

  • Brae awarded Good Food 2019 Regional Restaurant of the Year

    Dining in this sprawling, converted weatherboard house is all about deep, unhurried comfort from immaculate service, a roaring fire in the lounge, onsite accommodation complete with vinyl record collection and a pre-dessert stroll through the gardens, backlit by the setting sun.

    Good Food. Read more.

  • Brae is Gourmet Traveller’s Regional Restaurant of the Year

    Dan Hunter’s talent and experience would predict a quality dining experience no matter where he set up shop, but it’s in the country, a gorgeous part of the world 90 minutes from Melbourne, where his sincere, emphatic and uncompromising embrace of the seasonal and regional really pays the best dividends. And Brae just keeps getting better.

    Gourmet Traveller. Read more.