Little Vines is the offspring of Little Guildford and is about among the many vine coated gazebos, overlooking the lawns and paddocks right down to the river, behind Louie’s Pizzeria in Swan Street – you get to it via the coated laneway the place we Louie’s patrons setup when the rain comes.
Fairy lights add sparkle to the vines; rustic tables, chairs and benches present seating throughout a few ranges. Towards the entry of the area is a small bar and ordering space with black boarded menus and wine lists, beers on faucet, and native spirits.
A plate of salt and pepper squid actually hit the spot – properly crisped, with a wholesome sprint of pepper and a few hints of lime, the squid was succulent and tender – actually was an pleasurable dish.
Along with this the cheese slider additionally impressed – the burger juicy, numerous melting cheese and a piquant sauce offering slightly zestiness. Good tucker.
Impressively, the wine listing showcases wines of the Swan Valley – with Riverbank, Houghton, Talijancich, Faber, Kosovich, Sittella, Mann, Lamont and Oakover all making an look. We caught to the superb Small Batch rosé from Houghton by the glass – crisp, dry and stylish with flavours of pomegranates and raspberries.
Only open for a few nights every week at this stage, Little Vines provides one other consuming and consuming spot alongside Swan Street/Terrace Road and presently of the yr whereas we’re nonetheless having fun with clear and balmy nights it’s positive to develop in reputation because the phrase spreads – having stated that it was full once we have been there, as was Louie’s out the entrance – sitting underneath the glittering lights among the many vines with good wine and easy, properly ready fare.