A little film with a whole lot of love, from our family: Jodi, Damien, Max and Lilly. Video by Carly Yang.
(a huge thank you to the Sault family that supports us: Matt our manager, our floor team, Peter, Nic, Tony, Lilly , Julie, Chris our Kitchen team Liam, Carmen, Bec, Dee and Daz and in the garden, Kial, Adrian and Rhyce).
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.
Celebrating the beauty of the season change with colour bursts and pops of flavour,
We are now booking up for January and February so don’t miss out as these are also the months our lavender by the barn flowers and our sunflowers will also be in bloom late January. (fields accessible for guests who are dining with us)
We are excited to be featured in The Herald Sun this Sunday, big thank you for the love!
Bursts of colour and flavour from the spring menu..so many wonderful fresh veggies and herbs to enjoy! Its almost like the garden dressed up for Melbourne’s return putting its brightest and most beautiful outfit on…
See you soon at Sault and please enjoy and wander thru our gardens.
A little ray of sunshine on a Wintry day, with love Jodi, Damien, Max and Lilly.
Great news! These beautiful fields will return this Summer bigger than before and closer to the restaurant as well as a poppy and wildflower field, planted by Max and Lilly with the help of our head gardener Adrian Deakin.
Film by our friend Carly Yang