Barwon Heads is never short of things to fill your belly, breakfast, lunch or dinner there’s something for even the fussiest of eaters.
The Barwon Heads Greengrocer is the perfect place if you’re looking for a morning or arvo snack. With juices and smoothies galore, it’s the perfect place to smash your daily fruit and veg early in the morning. There’s a whole heap of toasties to choose from, there are street tacos, burrito bowls and even soup to warm those tummies in the winter months. The Greengrocer also doubles as well, a greengrocer, so you can stock up on the freshest fruit and veg in the area to keep yourself satisfied for your trip.
You can find the Greengrocer at 44B Hitchcock Ave, Barwon Heads.
Hanoi Kitchen is Barwon Head’s very own taste of Vietnam. If you’re after something different and delicious in the seaside village, then Hanoi Kitchen is for you.
There are all your faves on the Hanoi Kitchen menu: Think Pho, pork belly bao, fresh rice paper rolls, crispy fried chicken wings, wok tossed duck breast and even vego options like yellow vegetable curry.
There are cocktails galore and the food is prepared fresh from the very best local ingredients.
If you’re after a dinner experience like no other right on the doorstep of Barwon Heads, Hanoi Kitchen is definitely not one to be missed.
You can find Hanoi Kitchen at 37 Hitchcock Ave, Barwon Heads.
Located in the heart of Barwon Heads, Annie’s Provedore & Produce Store is a foodie haven in the coastal town. The cafe specialises in rustic, home-cooked meals by day and Napoli-inspired pizzas by night.
Annie’s is the place to get a barista-made coffee and it’s also a specialty grocer stocking local and internationally sourced produce, farmhouse cheeses, freshly baked breads, homemade cookies, jams and chutneys and cured meat.
Quaint and eclectic, Annie’s is a favourite amongst the locals and a foodie destination for those wanting a complete dining experience.
Tuck in at 2/50 Hitchcock Avenue, Barwon Heads
Located at the river mouth in Barwon Heads, At The Heads is arguably one of the Bellarine’s most unique dining experiences with its magnificent views, friendly and efficient staff, and of course a great menu.
Boasting modern Australian cuisine with an emphasis on seafood, you’ll find oysters, Portarlington Mussels, fried squid, Kingfish, porterhouse steak, gnocchi, miso-glazed eggplant and beer-battered flathead, among other delicious options.
Glass doors and windows on three sides ensure you will have expansive water views wherever you’re seated. Look out to sea and over the beach just outside, as well as the historic 400-metre-long bridge.
While elevated dining isn’t for everyone, whether you’re out enjoying the sun or taking the doggo for a scenic walk, the crew also have your caffeine needs sorted with their takeaway kiosk – Jetty Road. Serving Ocean Grind, the calibre of coffee – regardless of if you’re after something milky or a filter – will keep you appeased for the day ahead.
Find it at 1A Jetty Road, Barwon Heads
Coffetti Gelato is the little heartbeat of Hitchcock Ave. Serving Industry Beans coffee, along with beautiful pastries, and fresh baguettes full of the freshest produce. Here they love watching people gather to enjoy their morning coffee, catch-up with friends and bring the kids back in the afternoon for ice cream. Located in the heart of Barwon Heads, this gorgeous little shop has one of the best ranges of Italian Gelato in the region.
They make all their own Gelato in store, so it’s fresh and creamy, and we love experimenting with new flavours. They have all the favourites for their loyal customers, it’s hard to go past Salted Caramel, Pistachio, Lemon meringue and Chai Latte. They also have a selection of Vegan Dairy Free options. Charcoal and passionfruit seem to be the favourites.
Find them at 49A Hitchcock Ave, Barwon Heads.
Looking for some booze to take back to the accommodation?
The Barwon Heads Wine Store is an independent wine merchant, offering a vast selection of products and bringing the finest wines, spirits and beer to the Bellarine Peninsula.
There’s a heavy focus on unique, small-batch producers, along with a dedicated “local wines” wall so there’s a lot to love about that.
Here they’re super friendly and will often go out of their way to help you find what you’re looking for, and sometimes they’ll let you try before you buy, depending on what they have on tasting.
Plus, if you don’t feel like driving they even deliver.
Located at Shop 2, 86 Hitchcock Ave, Barwon Heads