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Food & Drink in Manjimup Area

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Bars And Restaurants in Manjimup Area


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Tall Timbers Manjimup

Tall Timber’s main focus is to showcase the regions wide range of wines from local winemakers and all day dining.

  • Open Days/times:Mon – Thur 9am – 10pm, Fri - Sat 9am – 12am, Sun 9am – 8pm
  • Bars & Clubs:Wine Bar

Details

  • Type:Restaurant with Bar
  • Restaurants:Burgers,Tapas
  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday

Description

The restaurant has a centralised “Cellar Door” that allows you to sample the best that this wonderful region has to offer, as well as providing you information on local cellar doors for you to discover yourself.

Tall Timbers also offers beautifully prepared all day dining, including breakfast, lunch, dinner and everything in-between. If you are in need of something substantial or maybe just coffe and cake or a delicious cheese platter to go with your favourite bottle of wine! Come and try something from their menu using fresh produce from the region.

Top Notch Cafe

Delicious fresh food and coffee using local produce in a beautiful setting overlooking the Manjimup Timber & Heritage Park. Kids play corner, outdoor eating.

  • Facilities:Alfresco,Wheelchair Access,BYO,Takeaway

Details

  • Breakfast:Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Public Holidays,Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday
  • Lunch:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Public Holidays
  • Restaurants:Australian - Modern
  • Type:Restaurant

Description

Open 7 days a week, Top Notch Cafe prides itself on delivering a delicious range of fresh, wholesome food and the best coffee in town.

Relax in spacious surrounds and listen to contemporary music while the kids play in the kiddies corner or enjoy the views of the park on the verandah.  Enjoy the warmth of the fire in winter while sipping delicious coffee.
Breakfast and lunch are available every day until 2.30pm. 

The Big Brekkie will fill the emptiest tummy or chose a lighter meal to start your day.

All meals are prepared fresh every day.  There is an extensive menu including some traditional favourites and dishes which feature local produce.  Manjimup is highly regarded for its excellent growing conditions for a wide variety of fruit and vegetables.  The cafe uses local seasonal ingredients wherever possible.  Locally produced food products used at the cafe include:

  • Bannister Downs Dairy (an award winning family business located in nearby Northcliffe) – creamy milk, traditional double cream and cheeses.  Bannister Downs hand rear their calves resulting in a creamier, richer milk
  • Holy Smoke chicken
  • WA Chip hot chips and wedges made from potatoes grown in the area

Fresh garden salads are a feature of the menu with a generous serve of a variety of vegetables dressed with a Top Notch dressing.

Visit our website to view the current menu.

Coffee

Trained staff make the best coffees in town.  All coffees are made using a thermometer ensuring you always get a nice hot coffee – have you ever asked for a hot coffee only to be served a luke warm one?  Renowned Yahava coffee beans are freshly ground on the premises.  For a real treat try an iced coffee (made from Yahava’s delicious Iced Koffee Syrup) or an icy cold creamy milkshake.  Skim, soy and lactose free milk are also available.

Catering and functions

With a seating capacity of over 100 people, Top Notch Cafe is an ideal venue for a function.  Contact Kristy to discuss your needs.

The Park


The Manjimup Timber & Heritage Park is the south west’s best kept secret.  There is large grassed are for the kids to run around, a Timber Museum regarded as the best in Australia, historical hamlet, Age of Steam museum donated by Bunnings, wood turners in action, resident blacksmith, bush walks and ponds.  It is truly worth taking the time to visit.

Enjoy a meal or coffee before or after you discover the “Kings Park” of the south west.

Please note the map location below is not an accurate representation.

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