From Little Things, Big Things Grow

From Little Things, Big Things Grow

?From little things big things grow?

Many years ago our kitchen garden became our passion project for a number of reasons!

?1 to create a more sustainable way of operating our restaurant.

?2 to energize our amazing chefs @liamgodofthunder
with the freshest produce for their seasonal menus.

?3 to nurture work for the amazing talented people who live in our town.

Head gardeners @celebrityfarmhand @thegarden.aesthetic garden.aesthetic who inspire us daily with their work even on the coldest days!

Exciting to see the mini pots of goodies being warmed in our hothouse and ready for planting!
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Swipe right to see how our dishes Spring to life!

Loganberry Farm & Sault

Loganberry Farm & Sault

A sneak peek beyond the farm gate at Loganberry farm, home to the stunning flowers we sell in our restaurant and beautiful eggs we use weekly on our menus.

We adore this amazing community of growers, artisans and producers and it’s wonderful to showcase their incredible produce in our restaurant along with art by local artist James Robertson (his works are highly sought after and often sell as soon as they arrive).

Our bespoke ceramics are made by the very talented Bridget Bodenham and are adored by our guests, their individual beauty enhances and cradles each dish so organically.

A stunning Film made by the very talented @eatortreat.

Lavender field now in bloom

This Lavender field is our gift for those who dine with us at Sault and would like to have a wander here before dinner at sunset or after lunch.

Photo shoots by appointment please call (+613)-5348-6555 to book in.

Shot by Jarrod Andrews

Beautiful Lavender field shot by Jarrod Andrews (JROD Captures) at Sault Restaurant Daylesford

Beautiful Lavender field shot by Jarrod Andrews (JROD Captures) at Sault Restaurant Daylesford

Spring has arrived

Spring is in the air and its such a joy for our team of chefs to literally walk out the front door and into the ever expanding kitchen garden to gather herbs and vegetables straight from our soil.

Our team have meetings daily with head chef Hugh Maxwell while among the garden and new dishes are created.

Photos by Jo O’Kelly

New Garden Beds in our Kitchen Garden

At Sault, we are rather excited to be adding 4 new garden beds to our ever expanding kitchen garden and organic orchard, we”re also adding a new hothouse to allow us to grow more rare herbs and veggies all year round at Sault.

Stay tuned, Spring is about to look rather abundant at Sault.

Drone Shot by Wilson Law, food shots by Jo Ruffin