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Valley d'Vine at Linden Estate Winery
$30 for Any Two Lunch Mains (value $66)
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- Stop freaking out over what you're going to eat for lunch.
- Grab two lunch mains at Valley d'Vine on a Wednesday, Thursday or Friday for only $30.
- Enjoy spectacular scenery as you dine.
- Cleanse your palette with a delicious selection of local wines.
Does deciding what to eat for lunch send you in to a state of discombobulation? Is the fear of deciding so disconcerting you've confined yourself to a diet of stale bread and mouldy cheese?
Break free from your bad food rut by grabbing any two lunch mains on a Wednesday, Thursday or Friday at Valley d'Vine for only $30.
There will be no stale bread to be found at Valley d'Vine Restaurant. In fact, there will be nothing but a mouth-watering array of food and wine for you feast on with someone special if you grab this deal right now. Located in the breathtaking Esk Valley, you'll get to enjoy the spectacular scenery of the Linden Estate winery as you dine. Make your belly smile when you select from an array of delectable dishes such as the open Pāua Fritter Sandwich or the Warm Lump Rump Salad.
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