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Small Town Provisions

 

Amazing Lunch Specials at ‘Small Town Provisions’

 

Guests recently stayed at Mollymook Beach Waterfront during January for three weeks. They loved eating out at our best restaurants, not once, but on many occasions experiencing the BEST that Mollymook Milton Ulladulla offer. They loved Gwylo, Small Town, the Rick Stein Restaurants, the Altar Bar and their surprise was Small Town Provisions. So impressed were they with their accommodation at Mollymook Beach Waterfront, on departure they gave the proprietors, Ken and June a ‘Gift Voucher’ to Small Town Provisions.

Ken and June were amazed, they took these following pics to illustrate the beautiful lunch they enjoyed, accompanied by fine wine at ‘Small Town Provisions’.

Food quality and service; 10/10

Address: 1/49 Wason Street, Milton NSW        Web: Small Town Provisions

 

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Salt Paprika Squid. Awesome!

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Small Town Provisions, a hidden gem in Milton

 

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Small Town Provisions, Milton N.S.W.

 

‘Small Town Provisions’ is a hidden gem in Milton, NSW.

 

The Mollymook Milton Ulladulla area has some incredible eating outlets. The ‘Rick Stein’ restaurant at Bannisters, Mollymook was first to really place this local area on the tourist map for fine dining. This has been followed by exceptional restaurants, Gwylo (formerly operating as Tallwood) and Small Town (formerly operating as St Isidore) often acknowledged by ‘Good Food’ guide with a HAT to signify their quality of food and service.

I am a local and as ‘Editor of the Mollymook News’ I like to share, and bring to the attention of our visitors some of our exceptional eating venues that may go un-noticed.

‘Small Town Provisions’ is one such outlet. Newcastle tourist, guests of Mollymook Beach Waterfront love exceptional food, they had lunch at ‘Small Town Provisions’ on Friday, January 7 and spoke so eloquently, full of praise about this beautiful outlet down the side street of Milton (Wason Street) which is not on the main drag and I’m sure is un-noticed by many visitors. In fact Rod and Marla were the only guests during the time they had lunch. My wife and I went for lunch the following day, we were first seated but other guests arrived and they were full at the time of our leaving.

We found the menu small BUT nonetheless more importantly, the food was amazing. 

Our 1st course was a shared plate of ‘Salt & Paprika Squid Aioli’. Our rating, an absolute 5/5.

Our 2nd course was a shared plate of  ‘Ortiz Sardines Espelette Toast’. Again our rating, an absolute 5/5. 

Two courses shared were sufficient, however we had already ordered a 3rd course, a shared plate of ‘Fromage Du Jour’. Again 5/5.

Quality, up-market alcohol is also available to enjoy with your menu selections. Verdict: ‘Small Town Provisions’ is highly recommended.

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TRAVELLING FILM FESTIVAL TO ULLADULLA, MARCH 11 – 13

 

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TRAVELLING FILM FESTIVAL RETURNS TO ULLADULLA THIS MARCH, WITH THE WORLD’S BEST CINEMA.

 

Travelling Film Festival (TFF), the regional tour of Sydney Film Festival, will return to Ulladulla from 11—13 March 2022 at Arcadia Twin Cinemas. The program will showcase nine acclaimed feature films and two exceptional Australian short films, direct from last year’s Sydney Film Festival and other major international festivals.

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The Prickly Pear Restaurant, Milton

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The Prickly Pear Restaurant, Milton – SEAFOOD – MEDITERRANEAN

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The Prickly Pear Restaurant, opened in Milton during the 2023-2024 holiday season providing an excellent seafood menu of Mediterranean style dishes.

We chose to dine there to celebrate our wedding anniversary and were not disappointed. Highly recommended.

Links:       The Prickly Pear Restaurant web site.          Phone: (02) 4454 3082 or Mob. 0438 068 999

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Destination Mollymook Milton Ulladulla Information & Accommodation

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A tourist “smart phone” e-guide to Mollymook Milton Ulladulla and the adjoining coastal villages of Bawley Point, Kioloa, Pebbly and Pretty Beaches, Conjola, Tabourie and Burrill Lakes and Narrawallee.

The Destination Mollymook Milton Ulladulla web site has been designed as a “one stop shop” DIRECTORY to assist the touring public enjoy this majestic area.

It provides an extensive list of accommodation choices, see Mollymook, Milton, Ulladulla, or the coastal villages for the accommodation that suits your special tastes. Choose a popular restaurant or cafe in the area to celebrate a special occasion. Timely reviews provided by Waterfront guests.  Plus a host of other information with accompanying web site links to satisfy tourist needs toward gaining the most from this lovely area on the NSW South Coast.

The area information page was written by tourist Scott Murphy from Colorado USA. Scott fell in love with the Mollymook, Milton, Ulladulla and adjoining coastal villages of Bawley Point, Pebbly and Pretty Beaches. He walked the length and breadth of the area including the National Parks and testing Pigeon House Mountain. Enjoy!

Recent reviews for the Destination Mollymook Milton Ulladulla web site.

  • Local Ken Banks has just set up a new website for visitors to the Mollymook , Milton, Ulladulla region. Have a look you may be surprised at some of the quality accommodation, restaurants, sites to see on your next visit. Colonial Palms Motel & Cabins, Ulladulla.
  • Wow!  What an incredible undertaking!  The site is really thoughtful.  I like the variety of things on there and the initial layout on the first page.  It seems very focused on supporting the tourism of the local area. Scott M. Colorado USA.
  • The site looks great. Congratulations and yes, it is heaps of work. Tom Phillips, Executive Officer, South Coast Regional Tourism.
  • Wow!  This is an amazing web site!  Do you ever sleep? Shan.
  • HI Ken, Thanks the website looks good. Milton B&B
  • Cindy and I would like to thank you very much for including us on DMMU website. It looks like a winner. Narrawallee Creek Studio
  • Web site looks great, you must be pleased with the way it looks after all the hard work. The Bawley B&B

 

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