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20 Bank St, Port Fairy VIC 3284

Each dish is carefully crafted by Chef Giovanni De Cicco using fresh, local ingredients. In true Italian style, Gio relies on the quality of his ingredients and simplicity of approach, rather than on elaborate preparation. The result is a true taste of Europe right here on Victoria’s infamous Shipwreck Coast.

At L’Edera you’ll be welcomed with the spontaneous warmth and sense of hospitality for which Italy is renowned.

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Portofino on Bank

26 Bank Street, Port Fairy VIC 3284

Even without the scenery en route, it would be worth driving the Great Ocean Road just to dine at Port Fairy’s Portofino on Bank. Set in the heart of town in what was the Port Phillip Savings Bank (built in 1868), Portofino is one of the region’s most acclaimed restaurants. A crackling open fire sets the mood along with deep chocolate décor, elegantly set tables, and racks of wine that reach up to the ceiling. Service is personable and attentive, and the menu defined by contemporary Italian flavours and finesse. Portofino on Bank's award-winning wine list ensures a perfect match for every meal, be it Sichuan pepper crusted pork belly on sweet potato puree, or white chocolate and macadamia brulee with honey and lavender ice-cream.

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The Stag Restaurant

Cnr Cox & Sackville Streets, Port Fairy VIC 3284

Bold and bracing, The Stag has established itself as a leading choice for smart casual dining in Port Fairy. Lending itself to romance and intimate dining, The Stag’s mood lit ambiance is made so by tea lights in elegantly stemmed glass, classically pairing with crisp napery, rich red carpeted floors and chocolate leather backed seating. Adding to the charm, The Stag’s innovative menu lends itself to seasonal fare fused with creative gastronomy, the result reflected in dishes like the western district lamb shoulder, confit potato, heirloom carrot, Shaw river yoghurt and fenugreek. To savour The Stag, why not enjoy sharing the chef’s tasting menu, which polishes off nicely with desserts like summer berries, Shaw River buffalo milk ice cream, white balsamic and amaretti.