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HOT: Mr Beebe’s Eating House, Bendigo

Mr Beebe’s Eating House, 17 View Point, Bendigo

Mr Beebe was a prominent architect and politician in 19th century Bendigo. Amongst many of his landmark buildings is the two story Colonial Mutual Life Building which now houses Mr Beebe’s Eating House in Bendigo’s CBD.

Mr Beebe’s Eating House, 17 View Point, Bendigo

The stylish split level restaurant offers lunch and dinner seven days a week with a sharing menu that allows maximum flexibility. The food is modern European/Australian with a focus on local produce and making as many items in house as possible.

Pram access is ok but not smooth (a few steps to enter the door and a few more steps to get to the elevated part of the dining room) and there’s no specific kids menu. The main benefit  for families is the all day kitchen, which means you can have lunch at 11am and dinner at 5pm and pretty much have the place to yourselves. I also like the grown up menu which means kids and adults can eat ‘proper’ food!

Mr Beebe’s Eating House, 17 View Point, Bendigo

We share the lamb meatballs, hand cut russet chips with aioli ($6), spiced school prawns ($6) (which Baby 2.0 LOVED), wagyu burger and smoked duck salad. The last two items are featured on the $15 ‘fast eating’ menu,  so our lunch is a bargain! It’s all served with slabs of crusty and fluffy house made bread which I’d love to take home.

Mr Beebe’s Eating House, 17 View Point, Bendigo

Mr Beebe’s Eating House, 17 View Point, Bendigo

Mr Beebe’s Eating House, 17 View Point, Bendigo

The food was delicious, fast and the service friendly and I’d happily return to  Mr Beebe’s Eating House’s to try more of their menu. If you’re going with kids just have to make sure you pick the right time of day when the rest of the grown-ups aren’t eating and drinking!

HOT Tips:

  • pram access requires some steps and better if you can fold it up out of the way;
  • high chairs;
  • bathrooms are up some steps;
  • standard menu suitable for kids;
  • all day dining from 11am; and
  • across the road from Rosalind Park and Bendigo Art Gallery.

Mr Beebe’s Eating House, 17 View Point, Bendigo 03 5441 5557

Daily 11am-11pm

Mr Beebes Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Joyce Watts

Joyce Watts loves to blog about ways in which families can have more fun together!

She's a former intellectual property, IT and media lawyer turned entrepreneur who combines her love for kids, food, travel and bikes into several passion projects.

She owns an online bike store; develops and produces bike-related creative experiences for families via; and writes another popular lifestyle and food blog called MEL: HOT OR NOT The decisive guide to Melbourne with (non-kid related) reviews about things to do and places to go in Melbourne.

She lives in inner-city Melbourne with her husband, two children and seven bikes.

This Post Has 2 Comments
  1. Hi! We visited Mr Beebe’s when in Bendigo recently on your recommendation. We were disappointed when we started to get settled and asked for a high chair but were told that they don’t have any. Not sure if things have changed since the review was written, but the recommendationon a child friendly venue website should surely include this basic.
    Kind regards, Dallys

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