The minute you step on the land, it just feels like home.
FOOD BY SIMON GELLING // STYLING SCENIC RIM BRIDE // PHOTOGRAPHY SIMONE GONZALEZ
This month, Royston House welcomed winter with a sunset dinner on the historic Queenslander’s verandah, overlooking the magnificent Great Dividing Range, as part of the annual Eat Local Week event in the Scenic Rim.
The event showcased a rustic grazing feast menu prepared by Chef Simon Gelling, of locally sourced produce alongside a diverse selection of wine from Witches Falls Wines, A surprise visit from Marina Machado was the perfect end to the evening providing guests with a generous pouring of the most delicious salted caramel sauce with dessert!
Mixed artisan charcuterie board
Bird Dog sparkling brut NV
Wood fired ragout of smoked chorizo and ham hock, charred corn, chickpea and pumpkin served with charred flat bread and crème fraiche
Wild ferment Chardonnay 2017
Asado of Running Creek tomahawk steak, coal roasted vegetables, chimichurri and smoked shallot jus, paired
Wild Ferment Monastrell 2016
Caramel mudcake with vanilla bean buttercream, dark chocolate ganache, served with salted caramel sauce and hazelnut praline
Pure Artisan fire warmed camembert cheese with Duck Creek honey, thyme and warm baguette
Solera Muscat 2004
ENJOY THE PEACE AND NATURAL BEAUTY OF A RELAXING STAY ON A WORKING HORSE STUD
Royston House is the ideal getaway in the country to relax and unwind, or to base yourself to explore the Scenic Rim. Mention Scenic Rim Guide for an exclusive mid-week offer!
Book your next country escape by calling the friendly folk at Royston House on 0407149191 or email firstname.lastname@example.org