We have a straightforward food philosophy: Great food. Simply prepared. Unpretentious. No bull.
Our flagship Graziers Steak Board, straight from the butcher’s block, is boast worthy. But it’s more than just quality steaks. Whether is fresh Pacific Oysters, Lip Smacking BBQ Pork Ribs or Flame Grilled Chicken, if it’s great food you’re after we’ve got it.
Get your family and friends together and come and get your grill on!
Book a table in Graziers Grill House
Our Food Philosophy
Graziers Grill House is a celebration of the authentic backyard barbecue, an essential part of Australian culture.
Featuring more than quality steaks our menu showcases seasonal produce, sustainable seafood and a range of delicious pub style classics. Reminiscent of the traditional butcher shops of yesteryear, we pride ourselves on our generous hospitality & old fashioned customer service.
Just great food simply prepared. Unpretentious. No Bull.
It’s the perfect place to meet with friends and family and share a delicious meal. From slow braised ribs, great Australian steaks or a quick barside snack - Graziers Grill House has you covered.
The char grill is fired up, the bar is fully stocked…so relax and indulge your tastebuds. Cheers!
When booking, please call the Stamford Hotel on 03 9764 4488 and specify booking for 'Graziers Grill House'.
Cut from a single piece of spotted gum, our cool little bar is a great spot for a few drinks and bar snacks overlooking the Grill House. Enjoy a glass of premium wine, beer from our draught or craft selection or classic cocktail while you sit back and enjoy the Grill House view.
Come in and try the Grill House Bar, great for Friday after work drinks, Saturday cocktails or even a relaxed drink before grabbing a delicious Graziers steak.
The Graziers Story
Australia's meat and livestock industry began in 1788 when the First Fleet landed at Sydney Harbour. Along with the British convicts and some adventurous settlers, Captain Phillip and his crew brought with the cargo seven cows, a bull, a bull calf, some sheep and a handful of goats, pigs and poultry.
In Australia today there are more than 40 breeds of cattle. Some breeds, such as the Brahman, are more suited to the hot, tropical conditions in the north while others such as the Poll Hereford are better suited to the cooler southern climate. Beef plays a vital role in Australia earning valuable export income and providing a healthy and safe food for us all to enjoy.