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Cafe Enzo – Hunter Valley

 

Went on a day trip up to the Hunter Valley last weekend driving around to different vineyards one of the stops was Peppers Creek Village. In a beautiful location by a small lake and vineyard, there are a few shops, cellar door, and cafe/restaurant.

It was a perfect sunny day so we decided to eat outside where there are quite a few tables set up in a courtyard inside the restaurant is really nice too, stone walls with timber panel ceiling.

The food was very good although bit pricy for a cafe lunch. The Linguini was quite spicy with the chilli & sausage combined much hotter than I was expecting, fresh tasty tomatoes and the cheese helped to cut down the heat and it also had a generous amount for prawns! Steak sandwich was nice, the meat tender and juicy on a fresh bun with some tasty fillings.

 

Llinguini with tiger prawns, fresh chilli, baby tomatoes and Spanish Sausage finished with shaved parmesan $29.50

 

150 gram cape grim scotch filet on Turkish bread with ice berg lettuce, house pickled beetroot and house pickled cucumber, fresh tomato and onion jam  –  $26.50

 

 

Cnr Broke & Ekerts Road
Glen Oak, 2320
www.enzohuntervalley.com.au

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2 Comments

  • Reply Vivian - vxdollface September 30, 2011 at 9:43 pm

    thanks for the heads up on the pasta! can’t really handle spicy food 🙁
    going tomorrow, hope the weather will be nice!

    • Reply Joseph October 2, 2011 at 4:52 pm

      Hope the weather is good for your trip!!

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