Open Thurs-Mon, Lunch & Dinner; Bookings Recommended

The Queenscliff Inn’s restaurant - The Couta Boat Café, located within the charm of the old world is a fantastic mid-week after work dinner spot or catch-up with friends atmosphere on the weekends. Our head chef is owner Scott Adams, who has many years’ experience both in Australia and overseas which influences his food greatly. His wife Jana, from the Czech Republic brings her traditional methods into the kitchen from time to time, but you will usually see her more at the front along with their manager Jess.

The menu features many fresh local seafood dishes, including a seafood risotto which we can never take off our menu, as well as some home cooked favourites such as Otway pork belly, lamb shanks and traditional duck confit. Our full menu can be found a little further down the screen. We make all menu items in house including desserts from out creative pastry chef and we try to source our produce and seafood locally where possible.

Queenscliff is surrounded by award winning wineries and The Couta Boat Café’s wine list highlights some of what this beautiful wine region has to offer. We have locally brewed beers and ciders for your enjoyment also.

Dine in our main Dining Room, Drawing Room complete with open fire in those colder months, or soak up the sun while you enjoy the delectable flavours on the alfresco patio.

Group bookings welcome. Private rooms available.

AGE GOOD FOOD GUIDE RECOMMENDED 2011, 2012, 2013 & 2014!

GOLDEN PLATE AWARDS -

2014-  Highly Commended Best Casual Dining & Highly Commended Most Outstanding Front of House

2013- Highly Commended Best customer Service & Highly Commended Best Casual Dining.

2012-Highly Commended Most Outstanding Front of House

Please click here to see our food and wine menus (subject to change)

Gluten Free available, other dietary requirements can be met with prior arrangement

For reservations please call 03 5258 4600
or if you have any questions please email us restaurant@queenscliffinn.com.au



Recommended by the Age Good Food and Wine Guide 2011, 2012 ,2013 &2014
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