Bundanon

Opening Hours

Wednesday–Sunday, 10am–4pm

Walk ins accepted.

Ramox Café features seasonal menus, with quality produce sourced from the surrounding Shoalhaven region. Executive Chef Douglas Innes-Will brings his local eye and longstanding knowledge of South Coast produce to Bundanon, working with local purveyors to source sustainable ingredients for signature dishes.

Cafe Menu

This menu is subject to change regularly due to the availability of locally sourced produce.

 

Landscape of the Soul special

Pissaladiere of fish and crucifixion

a classic French pizza-like dish with onions and anchovies

Plates

Seasonal vegetable soup, sourdough (GF, V)

Rigatoni, ragout of pork and fennel

Half Free-range chicken, peri peri, basil (GF)

Artist picnic for two to share – charcuterie, pickles, cheese, fruit (GF)

Sides

Green salad (GF, V)

Baked cauliflower, romesco (GF, V)

Chips and aioli (GF, V)

Toasted Sandwiches (GF available for all)

Fennel sopressa, fontina, spinach and olive

Pickled peppers, fontina, spinach and olive

Ham, cheese and tomato relish

Desserts

Please see our selection of desserts from the display cabinet inside the cafe. (GF options available)

GF = Gluten Free option
V = Vegetarian

Bundanon is proud to be partnering with South Coast winery Cupitt’s Estate.

Cupitt’s Estate has a strong focus on creating wines with structure and complexity that become a true reflection on each varietal character and the region in which they are grown.

Local coffee roasters Daily Grind will supply premium coffee on site.

Café enquiries

Email
cafe@bundanon.com.au

Phone
+612 4422 2100

The Ramox is a mythological creature invented by Arthur Boyd. He began incorporating the motif in his works from the 1940s onwards. The creature is part ram, part ox, and represents a presence in his works that is sometimes protective, sometimes fearsome.

Find out more about Arthur Boyd

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Bundanon acknowledges the Wodi Wodi and the Yuin, of the South Coast region, and recognises their continuous connection to culture, community and Country.

In Dharawal the word Bundanon means deep valley.

This website contains names, images and voices of deceased Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

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