English-born Chef Tom Gillett (ex-Circa, Melbourne) has created an ever-evolving menu using fresh local produce with techniques reminiscent of his experiences in the United Kingdom. Since taking over Clareville Kiosk two years ago, owner and front of house Nathan Boler has turned Clareville Kiosk into an elegant but unpretentious dining destination for locals, day trippers and holidaymakers in this lovely restored cottage that was once the local post office.
Updated weekly to ensure the very best in season is on offer, the well-planned menu presents two-, three- or six-course options. You’ll find skilful flavour combinations, with entrees such as ham hock, hazelnut and piccalilli gel, or the more traditional main of grass-fed lamb, goat cheese and heirloom tomato, which is another superb partnership of flavours and textures. The team here are always thinking of how best to showcase their cuisine and talents with regular degustation themed functions.
PSST! Corkage for BYO on Wednesday and Thursday nights is just $6 – great value.