Pepper and Salt Denmark, this winery restaurant came highly recommended by family in both Albany and Denmark so we took the chance to stop in and WOW! The beauty and ambience of this place is unbelievable, the grand entrance, clean crisp white interior and views of the greenest rolling hills and valley OG-EM-GEE!
The staff have been there long term and can answer every question you could ask! Inside was cosy with a lit fire crackling in the background and material dividers hanging from the ceiling shielding the bright sun through the high glass walls. Herbs and other vegetables can be seen growing outside in abundance.
Location: Forest Hill Vineyard, 1564 South Coast Highway, Denmark, WA
Kid Friendly: Yes and No (you can definitely take the kids, but it is a nice restaurant)
Pram Friendly: Yes
Mode of activity: Eats
Contact details: www.pepperandsalt.com.au
(08) 9848 3053
The meals came out rather quickly, which is perfect when you have kids. The wine was on point! Which explains the fifty-something-dollar price tag (ouch!), however, I would rather open and finish a bottle for $50 than open one for $30, drink one sip and tip the rest out. They also SPLIT BILL!!! Say What!!!!!
There was a diverse crowd, other families with babies, people on holiday along with older couples, so it was very comfortable despite being somewhat fine dining. Endless things for the kids to explore outside; grape vines, forest and copious amounts of grass fields! Let them expel all that energy and then hopefully with a full belly they will nap on the way home! (fingers, toes and arms crossed!)
Link to the menus can be found here:
The fam was right, it was defiantly worth stopping in here!
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