Dining in the Mole Creek Café

Breakfast

Breakfast at Mole Creek Guest House is served in the Café from 8:30am – 10:30am Monday to Saturday & 9am – 11 am on Sunday.

A buffet of fruit, yoghurt, cereals and toast is offered with the option of a hot breakfast of farm fresh eggs, bacon, Tasmanian smoked salmon, pancakes, French Toast and other delights from the kitchen.

If you need to get off to an early start, we can provide you with breakfast provisions to prepare for yourself in the dining room upstairs.

Breakfast menu

All Day Dining

Brekkie on the verandaOur all day menu is available for you between 9 am & 4.30 pm offering light snacks, nutritious lunch fare and sweet treats. We also have a range of sandwiches and take away foods you might like to order to enjoy in our garden, or to take out on your next travel excursion.

All Day Menu

Dinner

We invite you to join our guests and local community for dinner at the Mole Creek Café, and enjoy the same quality of dining offered formerly under the name of the Laurelberry Restaurant.

Renowned for its friendly service, intimate atmosphere and a modern Australian menu representing much fine northern Tasmanian fresh produce, the restaurant has become a favorite venue for special celebrations amongst the people of the Great Western Tiers district and a surprising culinary treat for visitors to the area. The link to our dinner menu is attached, and daily specials are available throughout the season.

Dinner Menu

The Café is fully licensed and BYO wine is catered for. If you wish to dine with us, it is helpful but not essential if you let us know beforehand.

In-room refreshments

Your rooms are provided with tea & coffee making facilities as well as our own home made fudge and chocolate chip cookies.

Mole Creek Guest House Jams

Inspired by the wonderful rose & cherry fragrant jam of the laurel berry, we are now developing a range of syrups and jams which reflect the amazing produce of the area and our enthusiasm for creating culinary treats for all tastes.

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