Best meal of my Aussie trip so far goes to Many Little Bar & Dining in Red Hill Victoria. Chef Gayan Pieris serves Sri Lankan dishes that will make your head spin they are so good.
The undisputed show-stopper is the thali: a plethora of curries, condiments and lacy hoppers. An exceedingly generous chef’s menu is built for super fans…this a Red Hill must.
The Age Good Food Guide 2024, Hatted Restaurant.
Many Little Bar & Dining
Many Little Bar & Dining is a rare gem hidden in plain sight, situated in the heart of the township of Red Hill on the Mornington Peninsula. In a region populated with winery restaurants with sweeping views of the surrounding hinterland, those who dig a little deeper will be richly rewarded.
Earning its stripes as both a destination dining experience and a local favourite, Many Little offers an exciting modern Asian menu, alive with spice and flavour, inspired by the heritage and culinary traditions of executive chef Gayan Pieris’s Sri Lankan homeland. In the bar, Douglas Duvoisin and his team are mixing world-class cocktails, alongside the chance to explore winemaker and owner, Sam Coverdale’s Polperro and Even Keel wines among a considered list of local and international wine, craft beer and spirits.
The handsome interior designed by Hecker Guthrie is undeniably easy on the eye, but the attention is firmly on what’s on the plate, in the glass, and in the professional service. With rare access to sister property, Polperro Farm supplies organic produce grown within a kilometre of the restaurant. Flavours from afar with ingredients from close to home make for a truly unique spot; Many Little moments combined make for an unmissable Peninsula experience.
Bar / Thursday – Friday from 3 pm
Saturday and Sunday from 12pm (Walk-in only)
Dining / Dinner Thursday – Sunday 5 pm till late
Lunch Saturday & Sunday 12 pm – 3 pm
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