We visited Biota about a month ago now when we were enroute from Canberra to Sydney. The 6 (read 13) course degustation menu features mostly seafood dishes (there was only one meat dish), which is surprising given its location in inland NSW surrounded by farm land and paddocks. Having said that though, the dishes did feature some ingredients which were sourced from their own gardens and the local area.
I’ve previously only known Biota for its degustation menu, it also has a more casual lunch / BBQ menu, which may be more suited for a Stop Revive Survive lunch break rather than its 3 hour degustation counterpart. The best part of the casual variety is you get to sit outside on the terrace overlooking their idyllic garden, pond, vegetable patch and hen enclosure.