1918 BISTRO & GRILL
Barossa Valley, South Australia

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Set within an old villa in a delightful garden setting in the Barossa Valley. Warm up during winter by their open fires and enjoy some of the best modern Australian cuisine around. 1918 is a charming country cottage country cottage with polished timber and lemon yellow walls exude a sunny glow.
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General info

Address:

94 Murray Street
Tanunda SA 5352

Suburb:

Tanunda

Contact:

Cuisine:

Cafe, Modern Australian

Price Range:

$$$$ ~ $$$$

License:

Fully Licensed (no BYO)

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1918 is a charming country cottage country cottage with polished timber and lemon yellow walls exude a sunny glow. On warm days, sit in the lush gardens and soak up the gentle Barossa sunlight. In winter, 1918 is one of the most memorable places to have lunch in the whole of South Australia. With a blazing open fire to dine by and dozens of back vintages of remarkable local wines to drink, there is nothing cold or uptight about this bistro located in a cottage just off the Barossa Valley Highway. A favourite haunt of wine makers and wine lovers who frequent the valley, owners Christian and Melissa Fletcher keep the cellar stocked and the food quality extremely high.

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Features

Country Venue
Suitable for Groups of 10
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Trevor Scott - 15/04/2013
A lovely Barossa stone, historical cottage with pressed metal ceilings, lead light glass, timber and plaster archways, with timber floors, and all the rooms opened up to each other, but with enough walls left to make more intimate dining areas. In winter there are three fireplaces lit with roaring fires, while in summer, on a balmy Barossa evening, you may choose the vine-covered verandah area, overlooking lawn and gardens. From a selective menu of predominately fresh local produce, our mains were, Szechwan peppered kangaroo fillet, the char grilled Coorong Angus scotch fillet, with roasted parsnips, garlic aioli and grilled Scultz's bacon, mouth watering. Our accompanying wines were, a 2012 Tom Foolery "Trouble & Strife" Rose, and 2011 Tom Foolery "Son of a Gun" Cabernet/Shiraz, excellent choice.The service was prompt, friendly and helpful, contributing to an outstanding evening. . Bookings are essential.
Alan Connor - 30/10/2012
We arrived at the Reataurant with no prior booking and were lucky enough to get a table under the shady trees and surrounded with many fragrant shrubs. I notice the Wisteria had just finished flowering , so another time. The garfish that we had was done in a very light crisp batter and had a great combination of greens including Fennel, and was first class. Staff were friendly and efficient. We will be back again.