Quality Hotel Manor
669 Maroondah Highway
Mitcham, VI 3132
Phone: (61) 3 98724200
Fax: (61) 3 98724472
669 Maroondah Highway, Mitcham, VI, AU, 3132
- Phone: (61) 3 98724200
- Fax: (61) 3 98724472
Bars & Cafes
Offering fine food with plethora of entertainment, Coach & Horses features a sports bar with TAB and gaming facility, a bistro and a function room suitable for formal and informal events. Not forgetting the kids, the restaurant also provides an indoor play area for children with gaming facilities. With live shows and musical performances, Coach & Horses promises a wonderful dining experience.
Wine, dine and relax, that is what Daisey's Hotel offers its guests. Sumptuous food accompanied with live music and entertainment, this restaurant and bar delivers best services with great atmosphere. It also boasts its own sports bar, nightclub, play area for children, and two function rooms suitable for weddings, conferences and kids parties. Coming to this place, one can enjoy great food with pure entertainment.
Many a group flock to the Athenian Tavern to drink, dance and enjoy a satisfying and tasty feed. Located in Box Hill, this tavern also has a host of options for hosting a private function.
Airstream Cafe is big, casual and convenient. It is a great spot for before and after movie meals, a respite from shopping or a leisurely catch-up. Ample meal choices and delicious cakes are available. Service is pretty average but they are working on it, as they seek out feedback in short surveys. The atmosphere is noisy and happening, as the big outdoor terrace overlooks a busy road. Their open concept kitchen, where you can watch and hear the chefs at work also adds to the action. The decor is young and modern with fun colors like orange, red and blue dominating. Check website for their operation hours.
Svaks is a great little corner cafe at the foothills of Mount Dandenong. Rattan chairs and about five small tables are placed close and cozy outside for an alfresco-style experience, and inside the warm red walls and wooden chairs further enhance the charm of this place. The service is personal and very friendly. The owner Alex is often on hand to make recommendations or just to interact with customers. What's especially enticing about this cafe is their great cakes and sweets. They have danishes, pastries, flour-less chocolate cakes and possibly the best baked cheesecakes ever. They also serve bacon and egg breakfasts, milkshakes, sandwiches and excellent coffee, all reasonably priced. Definitely worth traveling the distance for.
Tired of the same routine? Cheer up yourself and walk into the Ferntree Gully Hotel. With the best of live performances awaiting your arrival, the bar ensures you spend some of the best moments of your life here. With a couple of bars and a bistro in its premises, Ferntree Gully Hotel ensures you enjoy every bit of the food and the music that is served here. You could also book the venue for a private or social event of yours. The place is open everyday and the shutters don't come down till late. Besides this, the place also accommodates you in the motel located just beside the hotel building. Check website for timing details.
For almost 60 years, landlady Kath Byer has presided over this cool suburb soon to be registered by the National Trust. She has witnessed the neighborhood evolve from factory and farming district to suburban sprawl influenced by nearby Monash University. Despite its size, patrons feel immediately at home in The Nott. There are several dining rooms, lounges and a beer garden, complete with wandering chickens, picnic benches and a towering peppercorn tree. Good, old-fashioned pub food such as French onion soup, calamari and steak cater to a range of tastes. House beer and wine and basic spirits will quench your thirst.
Located along the Eltham - Yarra Road moving towards the south of the center of Kangaroo Ground, Wellers carries on the name and tradition of a venue that has been around since 1872. Surrounded by greenery and fresh air, Wellers of Kangaroo Road is a restaurant/bar/music venue that has earned a favorable reputation in the area. On the menu, you will find items both exotic and traditional, like their tandoori chicken fillets and salt & pepper squid rolls, the balance presenting an amazing range to the customer. So, do check their website to know more about their delectable food and the upcoming concerts.
A relaxed, cozy tearoom in the hills, this is where you go for home-cooked meals and good old country service. Black Kettle Tearooms is great for breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea. The breakfast options are astounding, with 23 items including French toast, pancakes, bacon and egg sandwiches. Though breakfast is served all day, they also have good lunch options like gourmet hamburgers, antipasto platter, and risottos. The staff are very friendly and obliging, and they will even prepare special meals if nothing they offer suits. Everything here is homemade,including the jams for the scones. The atmosphere here is casual and welcoming.
Wild Oak Cafe is popular with locals and visitors for its atmosphere and eclectic mix of well prepared and innovative food. A lovely nursery is also part of the complex of Wild Oaks cafe. The atmosphere is lively and airy. Sit at a terracotta table with views of the nursery or enjoy the courtyard tables. A Coonara stove adds warmth during cold weather. Jazz bands perform on the last Sunday of every month from January to April. The diverse, refreshing menu changes seasonally. Even simple fare is transformed into something special by chef, Isiah Sang. The mouth watering desserts will make you thankful that the fare is relatively light. Call ahead for lunch and dinner hours.
This tearoom is dedicated to Agatha Christie’s famous detective character: Miss Marple. From the outside, it looks every inch like the English cottage from the novels. Inside, there are English teapots and Miss Marple memorabilia and pictures everywhere. The menu is structured like a novel: first chapter (entrées), final chapter (deserts), etc. Even the waitresses are dressed to look the part. It is a very popular place but no bookings are allowed, so be prepared to show up only to be told to come back later. The menu (light meals and heavy deserts) is rather limited and on the pricey side. Devonshire scones and fingers are a must try.
Known across Melbourne simply as "The Geebung", this Auburn watering hole is an institution. It is one of the most respected and popular joints in the city. The food is excellent and the spirits are more than you can ever ask for. Live music events also take place at the venue. Visit website for more details.