New head chef Liam Scott

New head chef Liam Scott

Sault Restaurant is thrilled to announce the appointment of Liam Scott as the new Head Chef.

Liam has been at Sault for the past 18 months as Sous Chef but now has embraced the opportunity to take on his new role as Head Chef.

Prior to Sault, Liam was also a chef at Kazuki’s and The Perfect Drop.

Liam first discovered the art of cooking through his mum, who is an exceptional baker. It was here he also developed his love for fresh produce, organic farming and the wonderful regional produce we are so lucky to be surrounded by.

Liam is excited to bring all of his learning to his own menus in 2021 and beyond, with a strong focus on the abundant and beautiful produce within the Sault kitchen gardens.

We are looking forward to a fantastic 2021 and can’t wait to have you dine with us at Sault.

Whimsical winter days at Sault

Whimsical winter days at Sault

Lovely to have our friend Connie @connieandluna drop by to celebrate some of the plant based options on our Winter menu here at Sault.

Lots of yummy goodies coming straight from the Winter garden and also a celebration of pickled pods and veggies from our Summer garden.

Misty mornings and vivid pink sunsets make Winter a great time to tuck in and dine.

Connie dressed by SPELL

News Dishes for Autumn

Introducing new dishes to the Sault seasonal menu, more coming this week so keep on eye on our Sault Instagram Stories.

So much fresh produce coming from the kitchen garden and fresh honey from our Sault Bee hive, yum!

This week we farewell the pop up flower field of Sunflowers, these beauties are nearly completely finished.

However due to overwhelming demand and love we have decided to create a larger field next Summer as well as seasonal flower fields, stay tuned to see what the other flower fields will be and the months they will be blooming.

The next pop of colour at Sault will be the amazing Autumn leaves changing on the property, poplars by the lake will soon turn gold and the Manchurian pears will go red, a super pretty Autumn sight.

Food photos by Jezriel Ganino Sunset by Jarrod Andrews Sunflower Field by Connie and luna