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Sister’s Rock Restaurant

Sister’s Rock Restaurant is located at the top of Borrodell Vineyard, overlooking the Pinot Noir block with endless views overlooking the slopes of the Towac Valley to Orange and beyond.

At Sisters Rock Restaurant, we are excited to offer a menu showcasing the incredible produce of Orange and all that grows in Wiradjuri country.

We embrace local and organic principals, a real place to appreciate land and its flavours. From locally farmed meat and vegetables, handcrafted goods from local artisans, or fresh produce grown right here at Borrodell Estate and our Chef’s Garden, we are proud to present you with a taste of Orange.

Cody Hatton
Head chef
Our locally-trained chef, Cody Hatton, is a prime example of hard work and perseverance. He started at Sisters Rock as a young chef, working alongside a number of world-class chefs and guests chefs before landing the position of head chef. His Wiradjuri connections and passion for local, quality food are reflected in his creative and delicious dishes.

“Sisters Rock” is an area named by early colonial srveors during exploration of the country west of Orange.

A small section contains rock pillars that were thought to resemble children crossing a field, hence “Sisters Rock”.

One of the pinoeering families to settle there was the Borrodell family. The name must have been prophetic. They had nine daughters. 

Sisters Rock Restaurant is now in its 20th year, forever growing, and evolving. 

 

 

PRODUCE GROWN AT BORRODELL LOCAL PROVIDERS
Black Perigord Truffles (Winter) Tawarri Grove Olive Oil
Cherries (Summer) Woodward Street Butchers
Heritage Apples (Autumn) Paling Yards Grove Olive Oil
Heritage Plums (Autumn) Spencer Cocoa
Quince (Autumn) Mayfields Soft Drinks
Persimmons (Autumn) Carbeen Pastured Produce
Wine Grapes (Autumn) Orange Wasabi
Assorted native herbs and vegetables in the Chef’s Garden throughout the year The Market Cat (Pine mushrooms – sake – mirin – Black Garlic – miso)

Hear (previous) chef Charles Woodward on Dani Valent’s podcast, Dirty Linen here: https://podcasts.apple.com/lu/podcast/charles-woodward-sisters-rock-restaurant-at-borrodell/id1518946986?i=1000531845025

Staff Wanted

Want to work in a fun and unique vineyard setting? And no evening shifts?! Borrodell is always on the look out for confident and friendly hospitality staff to work in the SkyBar or onsite restaurant. With world-class chefs and outstanding wines, you’ll develop a true sense of worth surrounded by beauty and opportunity. Send your CV to: info@borrodell.com.au, or phone 0438 865 217