Sunday, June 15, 2014

Weekender in Kyneton, Victoria

Friday 9 May 2014



House bread and temptress butter $10

Cauliflower cheese $5

Goat cheese ravioli; with sautéed baby spinach, semi dry tomato, orange & parsley oil & shaved grans padano $28

Corned beef on smashed garlic, roast potato with baby spinach & grain mustard sauce $36
Flop House - such a lovely space to walk in to on a cold and rainy night.


Saturday 10 May 2014


Scrambled eggs and bacon on home baked bread for breakfast.




Adam and Jac, the real couple models for our styled shoot, being prepped by Natalie Sims at Goldie & Co.

The beautiful set for our styled shoot.

The amazing and inspirational Erin Neale, Tara Pearce and Stephanie Stamatis making magic happen with the gorgeous Jac in a gown by One Day Bridal.

A night in at Flop House with a dinner of local produce, sourced from the Kyneton Farmers' Market and Monsieur Pierre.

Sunday 11 May 2014

Home made french toast for breakfast.

Exploring the beautiful Flop House garden.

Fancy chooks at the Flop House.



Mothers Day special - 3 courses (entree, main & dessert) $72 pp




The Wanderer - Pinot Noir (Upper Yarra, Yarra Valley VIC) $87

Twice baked gruyere soufflé, tatsoi, nashi, gorgonzola & local walnut salad

Pan seared scallops, blood pudding, creamed leek, apple, sorrel

Kipfler potato chips, rosemary salt, aioli $9

Fresh hapuka fillet, sweetcorn veloute, cauliflower & chive beignets, herb salad

Aged Sidonia Hills beef, dauphinois potato, roast carrots, horseradish creme, jus
Aged Sidonia Hills beef, dauphinois potato, roast carrots, horseradish creme, jus

Vanilla bean panna cotta, brandied cumquats, ginger bread, cumquat brandy, sheep milk yoghurt sorbet

Warm apple and rhubarb crumble tart, vanilla bean ice cream, anglaise

Warm apple and rhubarb crumble tart, vanilla bean ice cream, anglaise



Monday 12 May 2014








Apple slice from Country Cob Bakery

Vanilla slice from Country Cob Bakery


Campaspe River Walk
on Tokyo Bike bicycles
supplied by Flop House










Elsewhere in Kyneton and surrounds









Mushroom spotting and hunting on the way home
















Our bounty of pine mushrooms!









Mushroom disclaimer: If you cannot tell with 100% certainty if a mushroom is edible or not – do not eat it. Don’t eat it if you don’t know. Really. So please don't use any of the photos on this site to identify mushrooms. If you're keen to learn how to identify edible mushrooms, consider going on a guided tour.


2 comments:

  1. Beautifully shot trip joi!

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    1. Thanks dear :) It was a picture perfect weekend! x

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