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Good Food: Cupitt’s Kitchen Review 14.5/203 September 2013
Originally published in Good Food, September 3, 2013.
Cupitt’s Vineyard Kitchen
58 Washburton Road, Ulladulla, NSW
If the Mollymook surf’s not up, there are few more pleasant ways to spend an after12pm than lunching inland at Cupitt’s. From the warm welcome and smart service to the magnificent views over vines and valley, everything here is geared towards taking it slow and easy. Indeed, winemaker/owner Rosie Cupitt is the local Slow Food leader, and chef Russell Chinn brings that philosophy to a menu that’s a little bit country, a little bit rock ‘n’ roll. Spanking-fresh devilled whitebait is served with a spiced mayo, while grilled cuttlefish gets added zing from a finger-lime dip. Rustic main courses go mod, such as a juicy, fennel seed-fragrant roasted baby chicken, served on a wooden board with gem lettuce salad and kipflers (sadly, not roasted); or crisp-skinned john dory fillets on a chorizo-spiked saffron pearl couscous with mussels in a white wine broth. Desserts continue the relaxed theme with a creamy custard tart topped with rhubarb and lemon thyme or a hefty sticky toffee pudding.