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Geelong is starting to make some waves as a foodie destination with the recent openings of venues such as 1915, and now French bistro, La Cachette.
La Cachette translates to ‘the hideaway’ in French, and is a 25-seat bistro that provides an intimate setting where the menu changes every three weeks with a focus on seasonal food with a French lens.
The $85 menu includes two snacks, sourdough bread, followed by a choice of entrees, mains, and desserts with an option to add another entree if you’re particularly hungry. Expect dishes like rump of lamb with sprouting broccoli and anchovy, or raw Hereford beef, beetroot, horseradish, and linseed.
You’ve got to book given the size, you can book at La Cachette here.
Find La Cachette at Steampacket Place on the Geelong Waterfront.
Geelong (/dʒɪˈlɒŋ/) (Wathawurrung: Djilang/Djalang) is a port city located on Corio Bay and the Barwon River, in the state of Victoria, Australia. The traditional owners of the land on which Geelong sits are the Wadawurrung (also known as Wathaurong) people of the Kulin nation.
Geelong is south-west of Melbourne, the state capital. It is the second largest Victorian city, with an estimated urban population of 268,277 as of June 2018. It is also Australia’s second fastest growing city. Geelong runs from the plains of Lara in the north to the rolling hills of Waurn Ponds to the south, with Corio Bay to the east and the Barrabool Hills to the west. Geelong is the administrative centre for the City of Greater Geelong municipality, which covers urban, rural and coastal areas surrounding the city, including the Bellarine Peninsula.