The Stables at Stones

The Stables at Stones is one of the Yarra Valley’s most celebrated food and wine destinations.

With its soaring red brick walls and rough-hewn timbers, throughout the late 1800′s this historic building served as the stablehand quarters of a bustling farming community called Castellaville.

After a remarkable conversion that would have impressed Kevin McCloud himself, The Stables now operate as an intimate restaurant space under the helm of Executive Chef Hugh Davison (London’s Kitchen w8, Flemings Mayfair & Marcus Wareing at the Berkeley). Presenting a regional tasting menu on Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings and a shared plate lunch on Saturdays and Sundays,
Davison’s menus are crafted from scratch each week based on the seasonality and availability of local produce.

- This Week's Opening Hours - 

Friday December 9
Open for dinner from 7.00pm

Saturday December 10
Open for lunch from 12.30pm - 3.30pm and dinner from 7.00pm

Sunday December 11
Open for lunch from 12.00pm - 3.30pm and Seasoned dinner from 7.00pm

Also, open for lunch and dinner every day at our sister property, Meletos


Special event - Seasoned dinner

SUNDAY DECEMBER 11, 2016

We are delighted to announce that our first Seasoned dinner will be held in The Stables at Stones on the night of Sunday December 11. 
We plan to host these dinners in concert with the publishing of our quarterly broadsheet Seasoned. The dinners will welcome in the new season with a special menu created by our Executive Chef Hugh Davison, with a focus on featured producers from our newsletter. 

On December 11, Yeringberg, Timbarra Farm and Yarra Valley cherries are our featured suppliers.

Our first dinner will be preceded by a visit and a complimentary glass of bubbles in the courtyard of our new building, The Providore
at Meletos, which is nearing completion. We are delighted to be able to provide a sneak preview on December 11 for attendees at our first Seasoned dinner.

- Five courses at $85 per person or $145 with matching wines -
- Seven courses at $125 per person or $195 with matching wines -

Click here to read the menu