Clare’s not all about two wheels! We’ve tracked down the top five places to refuel while exploring this unique part of Australia.
Conveniently located adjacent to the Riesling Trail at 7 Dominic Street, Mr Mick Cellar Door is an authentic winery experience in the heart of Clare. Embracing tapas-style dining, the Cellar Door is ideal for small groups to indulge their taste buds over hearty conversation. Sit back and discover the perfect food and wine pairings, you can even let the chef choose for the ultimate local experience!
A real old-fashioned milk bar, Panchos Pizza and Pasta is located on Main North Road. While you can find no shortage of gourmet dining option in Clare and surrounds, Panchos does the simple stuff and boy do they do it well. As the name suggests, Panchos offers a fantastic pizza range as well as some delectable pastas.
There’s plenty of room for Aussie classics as well with fish and chips, BBQ chicken, burgers and all the fried favourites like Chiko rolls.
Definitely worth the visit!
Who doesn’t love a good Indian restaurant? Indii of Clare has a fantastic reputation amongst the locals so it’s certainly one to put on your checklist. From classics such as Rogan Josh to the house-special, Punjabi-style smoked butter chicken, Indii of Clare is an authentic experience. Better still, they offer delivery and it’s the ideal takeaway option after a day of exploring or riding.
Don’t have time to take a seat? Never fear for the Clare Rise Bakery is here to the rescue! From savoury, sweet and everything in between, it’s the perfect spot to grab food on the go. Their bakehouse is located on Main North Road so when looking for a coffee and pastry after a ride you know where to go!
Anyone who’s been to Clare before needs no introduction to this one. Very much an institution, Bentleys Clare is a classic Australian pub where the beers and conversation flow. Grab a seat, order a schnitty or steak and enjoy their live music. The perfect way to unwind after a big day!