More than just a pub, the Rose & Crown is a comprehensive and imaginative venue offering a range of comfortable, boutique-style surrounds to suit any occasion ... seven days a week. Here you'll find The Garden, arguably the best and most beautiful outdoor beer garden/dining space in the country, not to mention the 1841 restaurant, renowned for its excellent food and friendly, helpful service, and the recently opened Posh Convict restaurant, which further augments the choices available to patrons of the establishment.
Acclaimed for the quality of its food – much of it locally (and ethically) sourced – the Rose & Crown has compiled an intriguing selection of Australian and local wines to complement its regularly changing menus.
Rapidly establishing itself as a favourite among those for whom a more intimate dining experience is a must, the stylish and atmospheric Posh Convict restaurant (with lounge and bar behind) is a welcome addition to the Rose & Crown experience.
With its classically-inspired décor, wooden floors and two open fireplaces, the Rose & Crown's 1841 restaurant is ideal for cosy winter dining.
Hugely popular when the weather warms up, The Garden is a wonderful setting for dining al fresco – day or night. So, whether it's a fully serviced meal you're after, or simply a snack and a long cool drink, consider The Garden a must during the long summer months.
Wherever at the Rose & Crown you choose to dine, the menus are sure to delight. In addition to the main menu, which changes regularly, daily specials include a constantly evolving tasting plate and home-made soup of the day, served with crusty local sourdough. To complete your dining experience, you can choose from a selection of mouth-watering house-made desserts and cheese platters, tea and coffee, quality ports, liqueurs and dessert wines.
With ambience in abundance, the Rose & Crown is perfect for both casual get-togethers and more formal gatherings, while the memorable menu selection does justice to the hotel's magnificent Swan Valley setting.
The snapshot above right is of the historic 1841 restaurant: lovely and cosy on a cold winter's night.
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