Media Release: Mornington Peninsula’s “Arilla”, Serves the Region’s Best Fresh Produce Amid Spectacular Views & Distinctive Ambience

Situated amidst the
tranquil backdrop of over 300 hectares of beautiful natural
landscape at Boneo Park on the Mornington Peninsula, is the
newly opened Arilla Restaurant (“Arilla”). Arilla, meaning ‘the dancing
ground’, is wordplay for the equestrian artform, dressage, just one of the
equestrian events hosted by Boneo Park, one of Australia’s leading
equestrian facilities, and one of the many experiences that guests
can enjoy while dining at Arilla.

Inspired by the scenic wetlands, grasslands and woodland surrounding the restaurant, Arilla’s menu incorporates the best fresh local and homegrown produce to create memorable meals that complement the picturesque surrounding environment in which they are enjoyed. In celebration of the restaurant’s recent opening, and the fresh summer produce now available, Arilla is an ideal location for visitors to come explore, relax and enjoy the holidays and a delicious meal with friends and family.

Speaking on the Mornington Peninsula’s vast array of local and fresh produce, Arilla’s head chef, Heike Ikenmeyer, said:

“The Mornington Peninsula is a food bowl of high quality produce. Sourcing locally means we can ensure our produce is fresh and of a high standard which is the most important thing when creating a menu.”

Championing fresh local produce, Arilla’s Summer Menu includes delectable dishes such as cured beetroot salmon with horseradish cream, pumpernickel crumb and a beetroot fluid gel. The restaurant’s carefully selected wine list also offers diners an opportunity to pair their meals with wines also from the Mornington Peninsula region.

Cured beetroot salmon

The head chef’s international training and expertise in sugar work, food art and patisserie, is highlighted in the Summer Menu with dishes such as the chef’s signature dessert, salted caramel and chocolate tart.

Salted caramel and chocolate tart

A rare find on the Mornington
Peninsula, Arilla is both pet and child friendly, with adults able to relax on
the restaurant’s deck and enjoy a wine, beer or cocktail from Arilla’s
carefully selected drinks list while keeping a watchful eye on the children as
they play and explore the restaurant’s large lawn and nearby grounds.

Explaining the vision that brought Arilla to life, catering manager, Briarna Dickinson, said:

“We wanted to create a unique space that is unlike any other place on the Mornington Peninsula. A place that people can come with their families and friends and relax with a grazing style menu, local wine and beautiful scenery.”

Arilla at Boneo Park

In addition to enjoying Boneo Park’s first class equestrian events, Arilla’s guests are welcome to explore the more than ten kilometres of trails through the property’s woodland, grasslands and the Tootgarook Wetland, and can even join one of the guided walking tours of this amazing ecosystem.

For further information please contact:
Rod North
, Managing Director,
Bourse Communications Pty Ltd
(03) 9510 8309, M: 0408 670 706,
E: [email protected]

About Arilla
Arilla (meaning ‘the dancing ground’) incorporates fresh local and homegrown produce with an emphasis on delicious flavours.
Situated at Boneo Park on the Mornington Peninsula, the unique location of Arilla provides an unforgettable environment for guests to work their way through the small and large plates on Arilla’s seasonal menu, paired with wines, beer or cocktails from the restaurant’s carefully selected drinks list. The new facilities include a New York loft style bar, comfortable lounge area, dining area with a view and a deck overlooking the lawn and wetland lake.
Arilla provides a place that people can come with their families, their friends and even their pets, and relax with a grazing style menu, local wine and beautiful scenery. Relax by the fireplace or enjoy the sunshine on the deck whilst taking in the picturesque views of the wetland lake or witnessing equestrian action during Boneo Park’s event days.
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