Experience taste itinerary highlights

  • Tunstall Square
  • Jackson Court
  • Westfield 
  • Rob Dolan Wines
  • Pietro Gallo Estate
  • Kellybrook Winery

Doncaster offers a diverse range of dining experiences to suit every palate.

Start your exploration of culinary delights at Tunstall Square Shopping Centre, in Doncaster East - home to over 45 businesses including great cafes, restaurant and fresh food providores. 

Further down Doncaster Road you’ll find a range of restaurants and cafes including Three Red Stripes, Fish and Burger Co, and Coffee Drop. You can also stock up on your fresh fruit, vegetables and meat at Woolworths, Korea Japan Mini Mart and KFL Convenience Store.

Heading further west you will find Jackson Court Shopping CentreGrab a pizza from award winning Zero 95 Pizza, or a light meal at Bob’s Your Uncle, Three Monkey’s Place, Jonker Street or Café Julia. Popular Asian restaurants include Phoenix Soars Kitchen, Mogu Mogu, Farol Macau and Northern Dumpling.

And no trip down Doncaster Road would be complete without calling into Westfield Doncaster. While you're on a shopping trip why not try one of the many eating options.

The renowned Yarra Valley food and wine region starts in Warrandyte. Experience great wines, beer, cider and food at three cellar doors marking the entrance to the region.

Rob Dolan Wines in Warrandyte South can guide you through a comprehensive tasting of our range of wines at their cellar door. Purchase a 5 red star rating wine to takeaway or enjoy on the deck or in the gardens over a game of Bocce or Finska.

Nearby Pietro Gallo Estate is home to Olivigna Restaurant. Nestled in the sprawling hills of Warrandyte, celebrate the sweet life with friends and transports you to the Italian countryside through estate-grown produce, artisanal Grappa and liqueurs, and authentic Italian food and wine that is best savoured with friends.

Kellybrook Winery and Distillery in Wonga Park is home to Kellybrook Wines, Rider Brew Co and Kelly Brothers Cider.

Founded in 1962 making both still and sparkling cider from apples grown on site, grapes soon followed and Kellybrook was granted Yarra Valley’s first vigneron’s licence in 1969. Don't forget to enjoy live music and the first batch of Scrumpy Cider at the Cider Festival in May.

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