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The Plough Hotel, Myrniong

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by Aloo (subscribe)
Melbourne has so much to offer. I love experiencing new places and events and sharing them with you. I have an interest in gluten free, vegan and vegetarian diets so I will let you know if you these can be catered for in my reviews.
Published November 12th 2012
Enjoy the country charm
The historic Plough Hotel was established in 1859. Approximately half way between Ballarat and Melbourne travellers would regularly stop and stay, have a cold beer and a warm meal and enjoy the break before being on their way.

Recently refurbished inside, the Plough is beautifully presented. From the modern light fittings, dark wood tables and lounges to the fireplaces adorned with tealight candles and mirrors.

You will get old fashioned service with a smile. We had complimentary bread rolls and complimentary entree which was a nice touch.

Fried chicken, with mashed potatoes and greens

The food was fabulous. From the fried chicken, to the linguini, the oysters, and homemade spring rolls - everyone raved about how great their meal was. I had a tasty linguini with pumpkin, flaked almonds and chilli. Vegetarians and vegans are happily catered for as well.

Seafood linguini

The serving sizes were good and pricing reasonable. Although there was a great selection of desserts, we were all too full to try any. Coffee was exceptional too, and topped off a truly special experience in quite an unlikely location.

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Why? Good old fashioned hospitality and great food.
When: Lunches Friday to Sunday & Dinners Thursday to Saturday
Phone: 03 5368 7173
Where: 17 Main St Myrniong
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