Regulars and locals in for a treat


Locals are in for some gourmet treats at one of the area’s most popular restaurants, Napona.
Chef and owner Will Swinton said that now that the summer tourist rush is easing, the eatery is focusing on tempting the taste buds of local foodies to come in and enjoy more than a coffee on the restaurant’s leafy decks.
Among the treats that will be on offer in the coming months will be monthly special dinners held in conjunction with local wineries. The offerings will include a special three-course meal with matched wines for $100 a head and Will hopes that the first one of these dinners will be held this month. Wines from northern Victoria and South Australia will be showcased at these dinners.
In addition to these special occasion feasts there are the regular special offers on for locals which include Wednesday’s special which is a steak dinner with a glass of wine for $30 and on Thursdays diners can have free corkage on any wine they bring to the restaurant to have with their meals
The very popular tasting plates remain as one of the drawcards of the menu.
And a special tip is that the restaurant’s super delicious sourdough loaf which is baked in-house can be purchased, so place an order one day, and pick up your flavoursome favourite to take home the following day. And no-one will be able to see how many slices you have behind closed doors.