Enter the old packing shed on Sutton’s apple farm and be amazed to discover a cafe inside, where you can expect the ‘best-ever’ apple pies and farmhouse style foods.
Their famed apple pies are made from scratch, each pie with approximately 25 apples inside, making for impressive large and delicious cut slices, served with Sutton’s own recipe of spiced apple cider ice cream.
It’s here, right in the middle of Queensland’s apple country, just 10 minutes drive north of Stanthorpe, where Ros and David Sutton have established an apple cidery and cafe, creating delicious products using locally grown apples and other Granite Belt grown produce.
Dine inside the shed cafe, or outside at picnic tables. View through the viewing window at what is being processed – often apple juice can be seen being made! Taste test apple juices, jams, liqueurs, vinaigrettes and more products made onsite.
The cafe serves good honest food that is additive and preservative free and totally made on site in the café kitchen. The focus is on fruit and vegetables grown on the orchard and Granite Belt. Many of the recipes used in the kitchen are old family recipes that reflect the farmhouse style of food that is offered every day.
It’s easy to find Sutton’s Farm… it’s right opposite the BIG APPLE on the New England Highway, 10 minutes north of Stanthorpe.