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Published March 28th 2021
Modern Australian meals in the heart of Dubbo
Restaurant, Dubbo, fine dining, dinner, romance, food, wine, cocktails, occasion
An unassuming exterior (image JW)

Seasonal set price menus, full of high-quality food, are on offer at Veldt Restaurant Dubbo. The menu is diverse with some dishes able to made gluten-free and some entree dishes can serve as mains. Two courses are $55 per head and $70 if you opt for a third course. They serve a complimentary appetiser of creamy tarragon veloute and moreish bread.

Entree, restaurant, Dubbo, soufflé, cheese, dinner, food, fine dining
Three cheese soufflé with walnut bread (image JW)

The entree of seared scallops with prawn beignets, apple, red radish, scallop velouté & fresh herb oil was very popular with diners but my gruyere, parmesan & goats cheese soufflé was definitely worth the twenty-minute wait.

Restaurant, fine dining, steak, dinner, food, wine, meals, occasion
Scotch fillet with mushroom ragout and duck fat roasted potatoes (image JW)

Our chosen mains of charred duck breast and scotch fillet were of similar high quality, they were full of flavour and mouth meltingly tender. We added a side of broccoli, beans and almonds. The drinks list contains some interesting local and regional wines as well as beers, cocktails and spirits.

Restaurant, dinner, duck, fine dining, Dubbo, food, wine
Duck with a difference (image JW)

The slow-cooked lamb dish for two people looked hearty and delicious and the diners near us struggled to eat it all. Although quite satisfied, I couldn't leave without trying a dessert. The vanilla creme brûlée was almost too pretty to eat, but I'm glad I did. The colourful raspberry sorbet was tangy and complemented the rich creaminess of the brûlée and the bitterness of the crunchy caramelised sugar crust.

Dessert, restaurant, dinner, fine dining, food, wine, Dubbo
Crime brûlée with berries (image JW)

The service is efficient and friendly and the dining space has a lovely ambiance.

Veldt would be the place to go for special occasion dining or a romantic date night dinner.
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Why? Fine dining in Dubbo
When: Tuesday - Saturday from 6pm
Phone: 02 6882 0926
Where: 95 Cobra Street Dubbo ( at the Orana Motel)
Cost: Two courses $55 per head, three courses $70 per head
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