The room decor is a bit old fashioned but it is a place for lunch and the view makes the decor irrelevant. Very strongly recommended.
Restaurant – Cupitt’s Kitchen
There is nothing like a long lunch at a restaurant surrounded by green rolling hills, blue skies and great service. Or a special dinner for two, or four, or twelve, or more, featuring great food, great wine and great conversation.
Our award-winning Cupitt’s Kitchen offers seasonal food with traditional French and English influences. We use fresh local produce and follow the philosophies of the Slow Food Movement, believing that dining should be a source of pleasure. Rosie Cupitt is the Leader for Slow Food Shoalhaven. Cupitt’s is a working farm. We run Black Angus cattle and have an extensive kitchen garden and utilize the produce grown onsite wherever possible.
The restaurant is located in the heart of Cupitt’s Winery, and combines rustic stone walls with contemporary design for a comfortable, sophisticated dining experience.
We take food and wine very seriously, so that you can relax, exhale and enjoy.
We love nothing more than being the space where family and friends can come together in a relaxed atmosphere and enjoy great food, beer and wine along with each other’s company. We welcome group dining and offer shared and function dining options for groups larger 10 adults.
Lunch: Wednesday to Sunday, 12pm–2.00pm (2.30pm on Sunday)
Dinner: Friday – Saturday, 6pm–8.30pm
Please phone for availability as we regularly host private functions and may have a limited offering. Please note service on Public Holidays and Sundays incur an additional surcharge of $5 per person.
Bookings advised. Phone (02) 4455 7888. Find our location here.make a booking
Russell Chinn has been the chef at Cupitt’s Kitchen since 2010. Classically trained in French cooking, Russell has worked at top UK restaurants, including The Waterside Inn (3 Michelin Stars) under Michel Roux, and The Greenhouse. He describes his style as ‘elegantly rustic’, focusing on fresh, local and seasonal produce to create full flavours with French/English influence.