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New opening: Province restaurant owners Matt and Linda O'Brien
celebrating the launch of Southland's newest restaurant in the luxurious
gardens of Hideaway 201, near Winton.
Photo: MARY WITSEY
by top chef
By MARY WITSEY
We want to try and get
Southland back on the
restaurant map --
Southland offers more
than any other
province and I like the
challenge. I thrive on
this sort of thing.''
Southland's newest restaurant
opened with a flourish at
Lochiel recently, signalling a
return to the restaurant busi-
ness of one of the province's
most popular chefs.
Matt O'Brien and his partner
Linda opened Province res-
taurant in the breath-taking
garden grounds of The Hide-
away 201 earlier this month
amid a rush of bookings and
positive feedback about the new
Mr O'Brien is well-known for
his work operating MASH
catering, but it has been several
years since he operated a
restaurant after taking The
Beach House cafe into the finals
of New Zealand's best cafe
award in 2005.
''We want to try and get
Southland back on the res-
''Southland offers more than
any other province and I like
the challenge. I thrive on this
sort of thing."
They admitted their schedule
would be busy, with MASH
catering still operating and now
permanently based at Lochiel,
and Province and The Hide-
away 201 still providing an
exceptional facility for wed-
dings and functions.
"This is such a beautiful site,
the restaurant is only enhanc-
ing what has already been
The Hideaway 201 includes 4
hectares of country garden and
a gift shop and is owned by
Joanne and Wayne McCallum,
who have leased the venue to
"We wanted to make ourselves
more accessible to the dining
public and the restaurant is all
about simple, well balanced
fresh food and casual, relaxed
The name "Province" reflects
the restaurant's emphasis on
sourcing only locally grown
produce for its seasonal menu,
with many of the vegetables
coming fresh, flavoursome and
direct from The Hideaway 201's
extensive vegetable garden.
Leeks for the leek and oyster
crusted Blue Cod, beetroot for
the delicious beetroot jam, new
potatoes in the summer and
tomatoes fresh off the vine --
"it's all about quality and
reducing the carbon footprint".
Mr O'Brien said the response to
their new venture had been
fantastic, with many people
saying there was a need for a
restaurant of this calibre in the
Central Southland area.
"We're seeing it as potentially
good for Winton because it will
encourage people to come out
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