Lakes Entrance B & B

Lakes Entrance  Bed and Breakfast Retreat

Spa at the B & B
Accreditation  Goldsmith's in the Forest
Harrison's Track Lakes Entrance, Vic 3909 Ph. 61 03 51552518
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Our Our chef DarilynChef


Your resident host / Chef
Darilyn will tempt you with modern Australian cuisine. Meals can be arranged to suit your taste and dietary needs with reasonable notice. She is also a trained teacher having taught at Lakes Entrance, Hedland College and Bairnsdale TAFE
The dining area
Darilyn is always happy to share her love of cooking in casual demonstrations or more formal lessons. Don't forget to ask for the recipe for your favourite dish
The pizza ovenPizza cooking in the wood fired oven located just outside the front of the Bed and Breakfast.
Ginger bavarois black sticky rice and ginger glass biscuit
Ginger bavarois, black sticky rice and Gingerglass biscuit
Seafood chowder
A chowder of locally caught Lakes Entrance seafood. usually prawns, scallops, bugs and fish
Cooking with the pizza ovenThe new oven takes just over an hour to reach cooking condition and then has the the coals flattened to maintain the required temperature
With  thyme, parsley and sage and often basil and dill in the kitchen garden and potatoes and Warrigal greens growing near the Bed and Breakfast there are always some local ingredients to add that extra freshness to the dish. In season the oranges, figs, peaches and tamarillos  can be collected on our walk, grapefruit can be picked almost all year round as can the Kaffir lime leaves for that Thai dish. As we explore the bush food garden you can also taste the flavours Darilyn may use in dinner for that evening. Native mint which brings a hint of eucalyptus to that lamb dish or the a warm sweetness of native pepper leaf to make a sauce for kangaroo or an unusual but delicious ice-cream, last of all Lemon Myrtle, conjuring  memories of sherbet lollies, is my favourite scent to finish the food walk. The mild climate near Lakes Entrance provides the micro climates that allow this range of foods to flourish.

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