Club Belrose is set to undergo a $6 million transformation, revamping the Belrose Bowling Club into a modern recreation and dining precinct in the Forest District.
Cascade Dining is the first phase of this transformation. The old ‘Australiana Asian’ menu is out, replaced by a contemporary menu of Australian classics from Great Eats Co. The 130-seat restaurant has a Hampton-esque feel, with a wide outdoor deck overlooking greenery and a mirroed back wall that reflects the leafy outlook — there’s plants a-plenty indoors too.
Cascade Dining is run by Mitch Davis and Gavin Gray, the kitchen team behind Mosman’s The Fernery and Riverwood’s Malt Barrel Char and Bar. They focus on elevated seasonal cuisine designed for all ages.
Salads feature honey roasted pumpkin sitting with kale. Flamed chermoula chicken is sprinkled with pomegranate. Mains such as Cone Bay barramundi are cooked to emphasise fresh flavours and textures. Free range pork is a star, with porchetta and ribs dishes on offer. Custom steak cuts and Great Eats epic burgers are on the cards for casual lunches and dinners, while a gold-tipped Bombe Alaska with summer berries and lemon sorbet is on the dessert menu.
Club Belrose was founded in 1953. The club is upgrading its facilities to provide the local community with enhanced sports, entertainment and recreational activities. Cascade dining will also offer a functions and event space with catering provided by Great Eats Co. for all functions and events