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Rub shoulders with local farmers, wanderers and visiting foodies in the dining room of this 19th century icon in Tinamba, complete with baby grand piano and chesterfields. Although there's plenty of innovation in the kitchen here, one eye remains fixed on the country palate – and that's what makes it work. Chicken parmas and porterhouse tick the 'pub grub' box, while pork saltimbocca with prosciutto parmesan polenta cake and roast fennel pea puree give the flavour police something to sing about. So book yourself a spot (you'll need to, as it's always busy) and tuck into delectable meals created from Gippsland's famous local produce.