Age Good Food Guide
7 years running we have been awarded ‘One Chef’s Hat’

Restaurant and Catering Awards for Excellence
2013 Victorian Regional Restaurant of the Year
2013 Victorian Regional Fine Dining Restaurant of the Year
2012 Winner National Fine Dining Restaurant of the Year
2012 Winner National Restaurant of the Year
2011 Winner National Fine Dining Restaurant
2011 Winner Regional Restaurant of the Year

Gourmet Traveller
2014 Gourmet Traveller One Star
2013 Gourmet Traveller One Star

Australian Good Food & Travel Guide
2014 Awarded 2 AGFG Chef's Hats

Eleonore’s Restaurant is an elegant fine dining restaurant with a menu designed by our Executive Chef Mathew Macartney to delight your taste buds. The creative choice of ingredients and their daring combinations will ensure your fine dining experience in Eleonore’s Restaurant will be long remembered.

Eleonore’s is open every evening from 6.30pm.
For a limited time only we are open for Sunday lunch from 12noon until 21 June 2015. We offer a relaxed, informal menu on Sunday Lunches which changes weekly.
Guests not staying in the hotel are very welcome, however reservations are essential.

The ideal location for any special occasion! 

Dress Code: Smart casual, gentlemen to wear a collared shirt.

Click here to view our Executive Chef, Mathew Macartney create his Vegetable Garden dish from our Eleonore's Restaurant Menu or here to view his Robata Grilled Calamari & Marron dish.

A surcharge of 10% applies on weekends and Public Holidays.

Traditional High Tea at Chateau Yering Hotel

We serve Traditional High Tea every Sunday from 2:00pm - 4:00pm or 2:30pm - 4:30pm.
$60.00 per person.
Includes a selection of house-made sandwiches, savoury items, scones served with jam and cream, miniature cakes, a glass of sparkling wine and tea/coffee.
Bookings essential
High Tea is served in one of our lounge rooms or Eleonore's Restaurant

Saturday High Tea available by advance booking- minimum numbers do apply

Bookings Essential. Contact 03 9237 3333 or

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"The Chateau is a substantial building...Mr. de Castella was noted for his hospitality, & most of the Governors & visitors of note in the early days have been royally entertained there."
Australian Vigneron (1889)