Farmers Arms Hotel Daylesford
Doporučuje 37 místních · Odhadovaná cena 3 z/ze 4 ·
This is the oldest pub in town with a warm, casual and friendly atmosphere. And if you've ever wanted to win a meat raffle, be there on a Friday evening. Offering lunch and dinner in a gastro-pub setting, they take bookings for groups larger than 20. Otherwise you just have to turn up and enjoy.
The menu is more than a pub menu. Offering a selection of local produce in asian, mediterrarean style
Arguably the best pub in the area, the Farmers Arms is a local favourite and a destination for city foodies alike. We love the fantastic menu prepared with wonderful seasonal produce, the local beers on tap and the regional wine list. Couldn't recommend enough!
Lovely little front corner bar with locals and fantastic food. would recommend the eye fillet and sticky date pudding for desert.
Amazing friendly atmosphere and fantastic food in this upmarket pub (especially on Friday nights)... Regular winners of 'chef hat awards' - the food is super yummy and innovative. No bookings taken so wander down, take a seat in the bar area and enjoy the atmosphere until your table becomes…
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