Where to eat in Marysville? Here's our top 8 picks!
Vibe Marysville’s onsite café is open daily for breakfast and has made quite a name for itself with its sumptuous buffet. Indulge in pastries, yoghurt, fresh fruit, specialty breads and muffins, cereals, juices and the traditional cooked options at will. Once breakfast is done, Radius serves up a modern mix of Mediterranean and Australian flare, with a focus on local seasonal produce. Thirsty? Match your meal with a glass from the extensive wine list or try one of the signature cocktails. The kids won’t be forgotten either with their own dedicated menu, including the ever-popular wood fired pizzas.
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2. Fraga’s Café
Fraga’s is a local institution and a well-known community hangout serving great coffee, yummy cakes, specialty breakfasts and light lunches. All ingredients are sourced locally and made on the premises. We recommend trying a hot chocolate with Cointreau, especially on chilly days. Stay for a while and you’ll leave feeling like a local.
Well known for its award-winning pies, scrumptious cakes and range of delectable slices, this bakery is no stranger to out-the-door queues and busy days. Take a seat outside and watch the local Currawongs and King Parrots feeding nearby.
This one’s a local favourite and little secret for those in the know. When the weather’s warm order a pizza and cold drink and sit outside on the deck. When the weather’s cool, opt for one of the Indian dishes which are as close to authentic as you’ll get anywhere in Australia.
Marysville finally has a pub! It opened in late 2016 and has been serving up great Aussie favourites to happy punters ever since. The venue comes complete with an old-school jukebox and is our top pick if you’re looking for a great place to chill.
6. El Kanah
The Restaurant at this quaint little guesthouse serves up homemade favourites like bangers and mash and apple crumble, just like Grandma used to make. Well worth a visit for a heart-warming meal made with love.
Located in neighbouring Buxton, this is your traditional Aussie pub, serving up great steaks, local trout and pizzas.
Sitting just south of Marysville you’ll find the Black Spur, which prides itself on high quality food and wine. So you can make the most of the latter, we suggest using the complimentary courtesy bus to take you door to door.