Saint Ernest Blairgowrie showcases the very best of the Mornington Peninsula. We’re talking breathtaking views overlooking Port Phillip Bay, exceptional locally produced wine and delicious, fresh produce. The menu is inspired by Mediterranean cuisine and designed to be shared over quality wine and drinks. With picturesque outdoor dining that’s perfect for whiling the day away and soaking up the sun, there’s a whole lot to love about Saint Ernest. Whether you’re paying this Mornington Peninsula restaurant and bar a visit for something romantic or part of group celebrating something special, you’ll be in heaven here. Sain Ernest is located along Point Nepean Road where bookings are essential to avoid disappointment.
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Amazing food and amazing staff! Super accommodating to dietary needs, in particular low FODMAP diet. Overall great experience and cannot wait to dine here again
Ended up at saint ernest sort of by accident(couldn’t get a booking anywhere else) but was so glad I did. The space is amazing and the food was excellent!! Really hearty dishes done to perfection. Will definitely be coming back next time we are in Blairgowrie.
Early sitting - bit cold in the restaurant - good food and wine
So, let’s take a closer look at the Saint Ernest Blairgowrie menu, shall we? As we mentioned earlier, the menu is all about those fresh Mediterranean flavours and inspired by the culture of sharing delicious food with your loved ones. Some of our favourite dishes include the lime and fennel cured salmon with avocado tzatziki and green harissa; ricotta and spinach gnudi topped with red pesto and beef rib ragu with polenta and stracciatella. All this paired with a bottle of European or locally-sourced Mornington Peninsula wine or an expertly mixed cocktail makes for a delightful feast at Saint Ernest indeed.
If you’re visiting Saint Ernest for a more relaxed catch up with friends or family, this Blairgowrie Mediterranean restaurant and bar also offers an enticing selection of charcuterie and cheese boards well worth a look. Perfect for sampling while you sip on a bottle of the Montalto Pennon Hill pinot noir from the Mornington Peninsula, a craft beer or the Saint Ernest take on an aperol made with gin, lemon, bay leaf syrup and orange bitters. Or whatever takes your fancy, really. A favourite for good reason, book a table and head to Saint Ernest on Point Nepean Road as soon as you can.