We had a lovely lunch sitting in the afternoon sun. They have deck chairs and a beautiful grassed area. We didn't do the wine tasting but the lunch menu was perfectly balanced. Can't wait to go again.
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Friendly service so much to choose from.Four adults and two grand children staff very helpful.Try there burgers very tasty.
We had a "quick" lunch here before starting our wine tasting for the day. The food was great with generous portions. We ordered beef cheek croquettes, which was OK but not great, but the mains (rump steak and fish of the day) were great. Also...More
We visited last time in Margaret River and found it good but this time was very average and waitress made us feel very unwelcome. Her greeting was 'just looking around'? Ummmm...no we like to have lunch. Why would we be looking around at the dining...More
From the very personal greeting,delicious entrees and mains, through to the amazing desserts, our experience at Xanadu could not be faulted. The staff were charming and attentive without being pushy, and all the dishes we tried were true to menu, seasonal, and jsut delightful. Definitely...More
This place is so underrated it's not even funny! Of all the wineries to go to around Margaret River, tell me another that does 3 courses (of your choice!) for $60 and has some of the best Chardonnay and Cabernet on offer! The food was...More
a great winery and very enjoyable lunch, listening to the music being played in the background makes for a relaxing day
Xanadu, a small winery with restaurant, within walking distance of Margaret River township, is a place I have now visited three or four times in all, and have always had an excellent experience. I enjoyed a good leisurely outdoor lunch on a summer's day in...More
This is a great little winery restaurant that is nice to visit during the summer in Sunday for its Sunday sessions music whilst having a casual lunch. Waitstaff were all very friendly but the food vs cost was a bit out of proportion. The cost...More
As a weekend visitor from Perth, narrowing down dining choices is the challenge. So glad we chose Xanadu. The menu is designed for sharing and as a person who hates missing out I was delighted. Our table of 4 chose 4 of the small plates...More
I would definitely agree with you when saying that the hardest decision about spending time in the Margaret River is 'where to eat' as there are so many wonderful culinary establishments in our region to choose from (we are so lucky). I am pleased to...More