THE front yard at the Shack Dining Co. in Barwon Heads is the perfect place to enjoy your autumn mornings.
Casual coastal dining starts with breakfast. House-baked bread is a feature and – topped with avocado, Meredith goat feta and a poached egg – makes a great breakfast.
Istra ham and hollandaise makes the perfect Benedict or take on the ‘Shack’ brekkie with the lot.
The Shack Dining Co.’s own coffee blend is expertly prepared and beans are also available to purchase so you can enjoy at home.
Lunch will be hard to choose.
If it’s something lighter you’re after, try the deliciuous tuna croquettes, Chinese spiced calamari or charred cauliflower and pomegranate salad.
Nights at the Shack see the same all-day menu with additional specials such as eye fillet steak, local fish and housemade pastas.
Shack Dining Co. offers a concise list of quality wines and a changing beer list.
If it’s a good value, high-quality dining experience you’re after, head to the Shack. Menus available online at www.shackdiningco.com.au
The Shack is open seven days a week from 8am, at 37 Hitchcock Avenue, Barwon Heads. Open Thursday to Sunday nights during January, bookings taken for dinner only. Phone 5254 2288.

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