The Guest House Restaurant

The Guest House Restaurant

57 Ekerts Rd, Pokolbin Pokolbin NSW 2320, Australia

🛍 Italian, Tea, Pasta, Seafood, Dessert

3.5 💬139 Bewertungen


Nestled in the heart of 57 Ekerts Rd, Pokolbin Pokolbin NSW 2320, Australia, The Guest House Restaurant is a food paradise that stuns with a menu as diverse as it is delicious. With 144 reviews, it's a culinary sensation. Garnering a sterling rating of 3.5 and countless rave reviews, we are proud to offer a dining experience that is simply unrivaled. With 144 satisfied diners, we promise a meal that lives up to your highest expectations. Get our culinary masterpieces delivered right to your doorstep. Simply head over to, your web-based solution for easy ordering of your favorite dishes.



Roslyn Reynolds
Roslyn Reynolds

We had a fantastic dining experience last night at The Guest House, very impressed!!The service really stood out: we were welcomed by all staff and the table service was both friendly and attentive.Couldn't fault any of the food: shared cured salmon for entree and had the pork and lamb for mains. Lamb two ways in the main course was particularly delicious! Was also delighted with the complimentary breads, olives, crackling and smoked trout dip...Only wish we could have stayed for desert!Only feed back was that it wasn't such traditional Italian, yet delicious all the same. May be our new regular!

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Dolly Weissnat
Dolly Weissnat

Our group of 6 ladies had booked in for a high tea on our reunion weekend. The setting and venue were gorgeous and we were welcomed by the staff. We started with a refreshing blended iced tea before enjoying the delicious assortment of sweet and savoury delights. All in all an enjoyable experience.Unfortunately we received a batch of undercooked heavy (sweet) scones. Whilst they were graciously replaced with a fresh batch the next batch tasted a bit bitter? We were not asked if we would like to order alcohol and the music was a little on the heavy side for a relaxing midday dining experience.

Erica Zulauf
Erica Zulauf

We had dinner at Chez Pok as we were staying at the Guest House. Just as well we decided not to have an entree as we were provided with bread rolls, bread sticks with seafood mousse, selection of olives and pork crackling. Our choice of 12 hour cooked lamb shoulder was divine, served with green beans, peas and feta and chat potatoes. The lamb just melted in your mouth and there was so much of it we brought some home! No room for dessert. Breakfast was equally as good, in fact on Monday as there were not many people in the restaurant we were given an a la carte menu to choose from. Excellent service, friendly and informative staff.

Dameon Howe
Dameon Howe

A lovely venue, but only one vegetarian main on the menu. We would have appreciated a choice. The waitress said that they have very few vegetarian guests, and that the chef does not provide any options for vegetarians apart from the single main dish on the menu. This was a great shame as it would have been nice to eat where we were staying.

Manley Hand
Manley Hand

We had lunch at Chez Pok which has now changed its format to being a genuine Italian restaurant.The food was nothing short of sensational - the stand out dish being the Lobster Tortellini which is available as an entree or main course - definitely next time it will be the main course.The atmosphere of the restaurant is very welcoming with new decor and a special mention must be made of Darcie who is the Restaurant Supervisor who made us feel very, very welcome and her attention to detail was nothing short of the highest professionalism. Well done Darcie and congratulations to the kitchen for turning out such superb, authentic Italian food! Thank you and we will see you soon!

King Klein
King Klein

LOVED the breakfast during our stay! Staff are super helpful and the food was delicious. Dinner however was a different story. Very ordinary prawn pasta, slow roasted pork was nice, calamari entree was ok but very small portion. Wine list pretty good tho.

Abagail Rice
Abagail Rice

My wife and I stayed at the hotel on the June long weekend and had a great meal at the hotel's restaurant, Cez Pok on Sunday night. We were lucky to secure a table as we booked late in the day. Despite the restaurant being full, the generous spacing between tables meant that we were able to relax and enjoy our meal without feeling cramped. We ordered the slow cooked lamb shoulder and it was amazing. The price ($80) includes two sides so we thought it was good value too. The service is attentive but relaxed so all in all, a great meal which really added to our first Hunter Valley experience.

Mara Kling
Mara Kling

We stayed at the hotel and dined in their restaurant. The food was nice although the menu wasn't extensive. Unfortunately the waitress wasn't in the best mood that night. None the less I would go back and try again. The breakfast the following morning was lovey and so was the waitress.

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  • Italian
  • Tea
  • Pasta
  • Seafood
  • Dessert
  • Vegetarian
  • Breakfast
  • Wine
  • Australian
  • Inn And Guesthouse


  • Outdoor Dining
  • Television
  • Highchairs Available
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Reservations
  • Seating
  • Waitstaff
  • Serves Alcohol
  • Full Bar
  • Wine And Beer
  • Accepts American Express
  • Accepts Mastercard
  • Accepts Visa
  • Free Wifi
  • Outdoor Seating
  • Parking Available
  • Romantic
  • Special Occasions
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