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About Us...

Established in 2003 by owners Tony and Nicole Worland, Tonic restaurant is located in the centre of the village of Millthorpe in Central Western NSW.


The menu has a seasonal focus and showcases the best from local producers such as Mandagery Creek Venison and Cowra Lamb. Over the last seventeen years the restaurant has regularly been awarded a chef's hat by the Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Guide.


Tony has had the honour of working beside renowned chefs Matt Moran, Michael Manners and Gordon Ramsay during his career. The experience he has gained is brought to the fore at Tonic and reflected in the quality of food produced by his team.


Only twenty minutes from the foodie mecca of Orange and three hours west of Sydney, we are ideally located for a weekend away to enjoy the regions vineyards and fine local produce.

We look forward to welcoming you soon!



Tonic - Corner of Pym and Victoria Street Millthorpe NSW 2798 • Ph. 02 6366 3811

Open Thursday - Saturday for Dinner and Saturday - Sunday for Lunch



“Classic dishes with contemporary style include succulent pork belly, contrasting with crisp rind and perfectly matched with sweet chilli jam and slightly tart apple chutney. It’s all so stylish without really trying”.
Sydney Morning Herald – Good Food Guide


“Chef Tony Worland, who has worked with famous chefs Gordon Ramsay and Matt Moran, is a maestro behind the stove, creating a contemporary menu based around seasonal local produce”.
Sydney Telegraph


“The inspired menu featuring sophisticated dishes created by a careful hand. The menu has a strong seasonal focus and Tonic makes an effort to source-high quality local ingredients such as Cowra lamb and beautifully tender pork from Forbes”.
Qantas Magazine


“Good looking and popular, Tony is a born host. He also happens to be the proverbial ‘genius in the kitchen’.
Australian Country Style Magazine


“Worland’s time with some of the state’s best chef’s shows at the first taste. A complimentary appetiser, itself a rare treat in a restaurant in the bush, is delivered with nothing more than the description of “pumpkin soup”. Creamy sweet, with a drizzle of truffle oil, it shows Worland can cook. 
Sydney Morning Herald – Good Eating


“Desserts such as baked crème caramel with poached rhubarb will have you pondering a tree change”. 
Regional The West


‘Food is always technically spot-on, the staff professional and Worland uses local produce as much as possible”.
Qantas Magazine


“Nothing has been spared on the quality and standard of Tonic, a classy restaurant by any standard”.
Australian Country Style Magazine


Click the Guide to read our review from the 2016 Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Guide


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