Harvest Restaurant and Bar

Ipswich Area

Harvest Restaurant and Bar is located in Metro Hotel Ipswich International at 43 South Street, Ipswich.

Harvest Restaurant and Bar serves dishes using the local produce of the Greater Ipswich Region, from the Lockyer Valley to the Scenic Rim and Somerset.

The restaurant offers a more relaxed lunch menu throughout the day, and a full a-la-carte dinner menu of an evening with a selection of meals to suit every taste.

Head Chef Lachlan Howieson said Harvest Restaurant’s menu will change each season to reflect the best quality produce the region has to offer.

“Our winter menu offers a nine-hour slow-cooked lamb shank which is very popular with guests and locals alike. We also have beef in a red wine sauce, steak and mushrooms, pork belly and a risotto of chicken, pumpkin, sage, pistachio and parmesan, delicious comfort food for the cooler weather,” Lachlan said.

The desserts are equally delicious. Harvest Restaurant offers a house made brownie with toffee crumb, rosemary salted caramel and vanilla ice cream, sticky date pudding with toasted nuts, fig and butterscotch sauce, and lime curd tart with fresh raspberries.

Call them to book. Open for dinner every night and weekdays for lunch.

Opening Hours

Season/DateDayOpening Hours
All yearDaily6:30am - 9:30pm
Saturday6:30am - 9:30pm
Sunday7am - 8:30pm

Cuisine Types

Bar
Buffet
Classic Australian
Gluten Free Available
Light Meals
Modern Australian
Pizza or Wood fired Pizza
Seafood
Steak
Vegan
Vegetarian

Menus

Facilities

  • Bar
  • Car park
  • Non Smoking Establishment

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