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Breakfast

A note from the kitchen 24/08/2023

 

Spring is here at last!!! Come and join us for a delicious hot coffee, satisfying breakfast, including our famous Goldfields Big Breakfast with Bacon, eggs, mushrooms, tomatoes, chorizo, hashbrown, relish and sourdough. It will have you coming back week after week!!

 

If you are wanting lunch, we have a lovely menu selection that's sure to please everyone, utilizing local produce where ever we can. 

 

We serve freshly made devonshire teas every day, plus a variety of other sweets/slices and cakes made in-house.

We would like to thank all of our loyal customers, and welcome new ones. Open Wednesday to Sunday for Breakfast & Lunch (9am-4pm)

Our breakfast menu has a meal to suit every need, whether that be a classic eggs Benedict or a hunger bustin' Goldfields Big Breakfast, or Spanish Baked Eggs ... you will sure to leave satisfied.

If you're just after a quick bite, takeaway coffee or a long brunch - The Beekeepers Inn is the perfect place to start your day with the most important meal of the day.

Lunch

Serving lunch from 9am to 2:30pm.

Our small kitchen boasts a big flavour, where we cook up a storm of seasonal, fresh & vibrant dishes.

Whether your after a light meal, quick bite, something for the kids or a culinary treat our menu always leaves you hanging for more.

 

Wandering through our farm shop, a lot of the produce we sell features on our menu. You'll find delicious chutneys, dukkah's & jams. 

Snacks & Drinks

Smaller eats & sweet treats available all day until 2:45pm. All of our cakes & slices are baked on site, including our famous Devonshire tea.

We love to include regional producers on our drinks list. And you can find something a bit different on our menu.

 

Choose from a selection of organic juices, assorted teas, freshly made coffee, as well as a delicious assortment of milkshakes and fruit smoothies.

 

Why not try a local Tamburlaine wine or 1859 Brewing Co beer, brewed on-site, now offering the latest award winning Honeymead.

 

 

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