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927 reviews
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dined on Sat, 8 Jun 2019

Very enjoyable lunch spot with a nice outlook.

dined on Fri, 7 Jun 2019

Great for lunch

dined on Thu, 6 Jun 2019

Service wa absolutely spot on.

dined on Sat, 1 Jun 2019

All good. Lively meal.

dined on Sat, 1 Jun 2019

Portions could be a little bigger !

dined on Sat, 1 Jun 2019

Very good service and excellent food.

dined on Thu, 30 May 2019

Margan was unexpectedly good. They deserve more than one chef's hat.

dined on Sat, 25 May 2019

Margan is amazing. It’s our second time there and absolutely lived up to its reputation. Food was delicious, staff attentive and the kitchen garden produce is a real draw card. Strongly recommend a visit.
Colin Waldron

dined on Fri, 24 May 2019

The food was very good however, for our taste, the servings were too large. Instead of 5 fairly large courses, a choice of 5 or 7 would be better?

dined on Sat, 11 May 2019

An enjoyable Saturday afternoon lunch. We were expecting a little more from a restaurant that has one of the highest scores in the Hunter Region.
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About Margan Restaurant Hunter Valley

Go for Broke Regular visitors to the Hunter know to make a beeline to Margan’s in Broke for great wines paired with great food. Margan Restaurant has quickly become a Hunter institution known for its commitment to ‘estate grown, estate made’ produce. They craft their menus around the seasonal harvest from the one-acre kitchen garden and orchard – they also have their own olive trees, free-range chickens for farm-fresh eggs, honey and lambs. At Margan, it’s all about minimising the carbon footprint so that the land remains viable for generations to come (they are proud to be the first Hunter Valley restaurant & winery certified for their environmental sustainability initiatives). And of course, the food and award-winning wines by Andrew Margan. In fact the restaurant is awash with awards including 5 Star Winery James Halliday Wine Companion 2009 – 2014, Sustainable Restaurant of the Year in the SMH Good Food Guide 2012, and the 14 Top Ten Regional NSW Restaurants in the Gourmet Traveller Guide in 2013 and 2014. The menu changes regularly but you might find such local delights as dry-aged pasture fed Wagyu with bone marrow, smoked potato and heirloom carrots (paired with a Margan Shiraz), Jerusalem artichoke with gruyere, Margan hen’s egg, pickled celery, walnut (try it with a pinot gris) or local squab with black pudding, onion, apple and yakon (recommended with a Margan White Label Barbera). And let’s not forget the to-die-for desserts which could feature a honeycomb parfait with Holy Goat mousse, pomegranate and Chai doughnuts. Best dish: Seared venison with beetroot and gin, endive and horseradish

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