“I don’t like gourmet cooking or ‘this’ or ‘that’ cooking. I like good cooking” – James Beard
Dining at Woodbridge, set in the colonial splendour of The Pavilion or in the intimate warmth of the Supper Room, is always a delightful experience. Our style is relaxed, but our service personal and complete.
Our menus feature local fresh fruits and vegetables in season and slow cooked food that’s full of flavour using the outstanding produce for which clean, green Tassie is renowned. We take our food seriously. Dishes are thoughtfully created, and our flavour combinations between courses are balanced and synergetic. This is food to enjoy, rather than to impress. (See website page Offers/Our Best Deals for our latest offer for Daily Dining .)
Our wine list is small but select and sourced as much as possible from the Derwent Valley. The Valley has a number of excellent boutique vineyards, and our list contains a fine choice of these wines, including many vintages available nowhere else. Our beers are also locally brewed, using the heritage hops for which our Valley is famous.
Breakfast at Woodbridge is a treat and a wonderful way to start another Woodbridge day. Freshly squeezed orange juice, hot coffee brought bubbling to the table, cold platters, warm croissants and a firm favourite, home-made jams from local fruits and berries. If you are lucky, there might also be some platypus spotting while you eat!
From our ‘breakfasts worth waking for’ to our wonderful picnic hampers, through to our fabulous dinners, you will discover why the Derwent Valley is renowned for its produce.
The Pavilion Club
Tasmanian residents may apply to be members of our Private Dining Club. Membership is by invitation, and is exclusive to ‘locals’.
Although members of The Pavilion Club are automatically included on the invitation list, bookings are essential. For information on The Pavilion Club see Accommodation-Pavilion page.