Conde Naste Traveller magazine voted Cape Lodge as one of the top ten boutique hotels in the world in 2011 and 2012 and it’s easy to see why. It is fine dining done with understated elegance. Tables are nicely spaced apart, the wait staff are well briefed and carry out their duties like European professionals, and the restaurant is beautifully appointed with views over a little lake (aka a dam).
Head Chef Tony Howell changes the menu daily to reflect the fresh produce he has been able to source that day. It is magnificent for dinner and breakfast. This is a dining experience no foodie would want to miss.
This terrific clip, put together by Tourism Western Australia, showcases Cape Lodge’s restaurant and head chef Tony Howell.
I could eat here every day and never grow tired of it. Never ever. Although I’m not sure I’d be a able to fund that – it is pricey, but for what you get, it is extremely good value. Especially breakfast.
It’s no surprise that world’s best chefs are all staying at Cape Lodge during the Margaret River Gourmet Escape that is coming up.
Restaurant is open every day for breakfast and dinner. Bookings essential.