The best dishes in Bendigo, by locals.

We put a call out this morning to ask “What’s your favourite meal in Bendigo?” and here are the results so far (in alphabetical order):

Pud Chicken Satay from Bunja Thai

Pud Chicken Satay from Bunja Thai

Bunja Thai 32 Pall Mall
Pud Satay Chicken $24.50
Chicken with home made peanut satay sauce, broccoli, red capsicum and carrots on a hot plate.

Clogs 106 Pall Mall
Chicken Satay and Mango Pizza

The Dispensary Enoteca 9 Chancery Lane
– Dude Food Fridays (4pm-7pm, every Friday)
– Brillat Savarin with a glass (or two) of champagne

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Sharing is Caring on Friday afternoons at The Dispensary.

GPO 60 Pall Mall
– $5 tacos on Friday nights
– Dessert tasting plate $24
   A selection of small desserts to share, which could include churros with chocolate sauce and deconstructed lemon meringue…

Jag’s Grill 95 Mitchell Street
Chipotle Smoked Pork BBQ Ribs $29/$39
Slow cooked pork ribs with house made chipotle BBQ sauce, served with coleslaw and chips

Masons of Bendigo 25 Queen Street
– Baked Camboar goat & pinenut kataifi cigar with Meredith sheep’s milk yoghurt $7.50
– Crispy fried spiced calamari salad with lemon & lime dressing $12.50

Old Green Bean 179 Lyttleton Terrace
– Breakfast Burrito with sausage, cheese, beans, capsicum & red onion. Served with salsa, coriander, guacamole, jalapeños, sour cream & a fried egg $12.50
– Feta Nachos with feta cheese, guacamole, homemade tomato and coriander salsa, jalapeños and sour cream. Topped with paprika and fresh coriander $7.50/$10.50

Turkish Kitchen 4 Fountain Court
Chicken burger with garlic sauce

Whitehorse Hotel 305 Eaglehawk Road, California Gully
Lamb shanks

Wine Bank on View 45 View Street
Prosciutto wrapped chicken

Let us know if there are more we need to add.

Thanks to our friends from social media for their suggestions:
Andrew @acockerall, @bendigobeer, @friendlysavage, @crazie_cat, Nicole, Josie, Rachael & Rachel

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The unofficial guide to Bendigo and Central Victoria.
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2 Responses to The best dishes in Bendigo, by locals.

  1. Debbie says:

    Steak at The Woodhouse … and their dessert tasting plate! Fabulous.

  2. Jim says:

    My favourite lunchtime treat is the Thai Curry at the Rose Emporium. It changes weekly but is always good. Lovely traditional Quiche too.

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