Wednesday, 17 February 2016

Berowra Waters Inn, Berowra Waters

The area is incredibly peaceful, beautiful and serene. There's plenty of greenery and it's clean.  
It just makes you feel nice and relaxed away from all the hustle and bustle.
There's also plenty of activities for everyone to enjoy like boating, fishing, kayaking, swimming 
and bush walking. We should try that next time. 

I'm so glad I made the decision to celebrate our 15th wedding anniversary 
at Berowra Waters Inn.  
This romantic restaurant surrounded by nature and lovely views 
surely made our experience unforgettable.
I cannot fault the dishes they were exceptional and expertly put together 
by Chef owner Brian Geraghty.
I would definitely love to come back.

Embarking on the restaurant's private ferry.

A short trip across the restaurant.

The inn is secluded in the native bush setting on the Hawkesbury River and it can only be accessed by water.

Relaxing views.

Degustation menu

Ginger Pumpkin Mousse with Rosemary Powder

Cucumber Gazpacho Mousse

Sourdough made in-house by the chef.

Arriving by private ferry...

or choose to arrive in style by sea plane. 

Honey Bug, Vanilla, Tomato
Beautiful dish, lovely flavours, fantastic honey bug, I want more of you.

Scallop, White Bean, Chorizo

Pork, Coconut, Nashi Pear

Previous chef owner Tony Bilson.

Spot the chef!
Current chef owner Brian Geraghty

Beef, Potato, Watercress
Goodness me, these stacked potato tasted amazing! We all loved it. 
The beef cooked 6 hours was so soft and delicious.

Carrot, Mandarin

Goat's Cheese Wrapped in Beetroot, Rhubarb Ice Cream, Liquorice and Almond Meal

Berowra Waters Inn
Via East and West Public Wharves Berowra Waters
NSW Australia

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