I heard of this place from an article which said it was a must visit when driving through Apollo bay. It's a nice quiet rustic restaurant with locally sourced fresh produce. Food was amazing and service was outstanding.
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We stopped at this place for coffee and muffin. Located above the Bakery, this place it beautifully decorated with a great view. The coffee was spot on and the muffin was fresh and tasty. I hope next time we will visit we will be able...More
This restaurant primarily does seafood dishes however they do accommodate us who prefer land based animals. I had a shepherds pie and it was delicious. As a side we got the potatoes and to be honest I could have just eaten those. They were amazing!
Just had dinner at your restaurant tonight. The food was amazing!! The service was excellent too. I think it was Sarah? that seated me and took my order. She made a cocktail for me that wasn't on the menu, and both waitresses were attentive, knowledgeable...More
One of very few restaurants doing more than basic stuff in the town. Previously reviewed for breakfast and found it very good indeed. Not quite as successful for dinner however. They are making a real effort with their ingredients which were uniformly impressive....mainly local, all...More
Have visited with my wife in previous years. Last time for dinner so this time thought we'd try breakfast. Left a bit under whelmed. I had the breakfast wrap. It was very bland indeed. My wife had poached eggs. Hers was cold and the eggs...More
We had lunch at La Bimba as part of the tour lunch arrangement with Melbourne Boutique Tour to the Great Ocean Road. The lunch menu include a range of seafood like grilled baracudda, steam snapper, mussels and seafood paella, accompanying with long beans, pumpkin and...More
Entrance is upstairs next to the bakery! A restaurant that really focuses on using local ingredients. Great snapper caught within sight of the restaurant, tomatoes and beans from a farm less than an hours drive away. All cooked fresh, with the beans beautifully "al dante...More
The staff serving at La Bimba were very good and friendly but the food was very expensive and very ordinary. Pork was very stringy and the sauce overpowered any pork taste. $15 for each lot of side vegetables is exorbitant. For the price you pay,...More
Having read a little about La Bimba, a dinner reservation was made for us by our hotel receptionist. (See our review of the Sandpiper Motel.) While enjoying the view from the second floor venue, we started with Priory Ridge Pinot Noir, a Tasmanian wine we...More