A contemporary, culinary delight: Union Fare Eatery

Food made with care and passion, an idyllic villa setting and a warm, welcoming environment create an exceptional dining experience.

Nestled in the heart of Prebbleton sits a beautiful, classic villa that has been modernised into the contemporary, classy, culinary destination, Union Fare Eatery.

Open for brunch, dinner, or a quick coffee and scone, the eatery is a popular spot for locals, as well as a destination for those keen to experience its magic.

The dinner offering is outstanding, with a carefully curated menu featuring a selection of mouth-watering dishes. Whether it is a romantic date night, or a catch up with friends, an evening dining at Union Fare Eatery will be a perfectly relaxed, sophisticated and delicious occasion.

You’ll be charmed by the inviting setting, but be blown away by the food. Menu favourites include the lamb ragu pasta with pappardelle and braised lamb shoulder, as well as the grilled aubergine with baba ghanoush, smoked tomato relish and polenta fries.

The chocolate hazelnut cheesecake with plum sauce, pistachio brittle and blueberry compote is the sweetest indulgence to end your night.

There are several gluten-free, dairy-free and vegan options available,making dining a great experience for everyone. Locally sourced produce guarantees the freshest ingredients are used in the kitchen.

It wouldn’t be a great night without something delicious to sip on, and the cocktail menu has the classics, as well as a signature cocktail, The Prebbleton Lady.

Fresh, zesty, light and sweet, it is an ideal tipple to accompany your meal. Be sure to check out the happy hour, weekdays from 3pm-5pm.

An ever-popular brunch spot, Union Fare Eatery has an outstanding daytime menu with delicious sweet and savoury options. An understandable favourite is the house-smoked salmon and potato rosti, poached eggs, whipped goats cheese and chilli lime hollandaise. Paired with an expertly made barista coffee, there is no better start to your day, especially when enjoyed in the charming garden area.

Owners Tom and Ronda are a dream team in running the eatery, with passion at the forefront of everything they do. Tom is head chef and has a flair in the kitchen that comes through in maximum flavour in every dish. Ronda is the whiz behind the delightful homemade baked goods that often accompany the morning takeaway coffees heading out the door.

The eatery also makes a perfect venue for special occasions and events. From intimate get-togethers to bigger celebrations, there are multiple options to make your vision come to life. The current capacity is 46 which will be expanding to 85 soon. A sit-down meal or roaming canapes, the chefs can work with you to create your ideal dining experience.

Call the restaurant on 03 344 0559 to book your table.


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