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Top10 Top Restaurants in the Barossa Valley

From breakfast in the bush to four-hour lunches, there is a meal to match your mood. Add some of these eating experiences to your next Barossa itinerary.
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The Barossa Valley is known for great wine and high quality produce, so it's no wonder Appellation at The Louise chooses to source the bulk of its ingredients locally. The kitchen staff know what it means to go from paddock to plate; they harvest fruit, veggies and herbs from their kitchen garden, bake their own breads and butcher and cure their own meats. Choose an award-winning wine to pair with the Modern Australian menu.
Of Maggi Beer royalty, younger daughter Elli, has created an elegant, expansive restaurant and ‘experience’ space called The Eatery. As one would expect, the menu features nothing but the best; think fresh pasta, house smoked fish, cultured butter and homemade ciabatta, to name a few. For an unforgettable visit, opt for the “trust us” chef’s selection, featuring a three-course menu carefully curated by chef Tim Bourke. The event space is also home to the Barossa’s first craft gin-making school.
Surrounded by the rolling hills of the vineyard and set on the banks of Greencock Creek, Hentley Farm offers a unique fine dining experience. The cellar door and restaurant are housed in the original 1840s homestead, creating a charming and welcoming atmosphere to enjoy a spot of boutique wine tasting before retreating to the restaurant. Barossa Chef Lachlan Colwill, who lists Tetsuyas, est., Spice Temple and New York's Jean Georges on his resume, offers two set menu options both exceptional with wines to match. Well worth the drive to the Barossa Valley for lunch at Hentley Farm.
Home to a cellar door, café, luxury accommodation, gift store and high tea, Barossa Chateau combines all the finer things in life. Just over an hour’s drive from Adelaide and set in one of Australia’s most important rose gardens, and surrounded by the rolling lawns of Lyndoch Hill estate, this is an impressive destination.
Cafe Sia is located in the town of Gawler, a pleasant stop when you're travelling through the nearby Barossa Valley wine region. The eatery is set inside Gawler Green Shopping Centre and offers a vast menu that should satisfy you breakfast, lunch or dinner cravings. Start the day with waffles or a big breakfast or choose a hearty dish from the Mod Oz lunch/dinner menu.
A scenic and peaceful location Vintners is situated in the historic town of Angaston, South Australia. Choose wines from a terrific list, enjoy talking with staff who really know the region eat food that comes from passionate producers on neighbouring blocks of land. You will really enjoy delicious Modern Australian food and wine at Vintners.
If you're ever in the Barossa Valley make sure you visit St Hugo restaurant and tasting room. Seating only 44 patrons, this is an intimate dining experience set in a rustic, and charming space that is full of character. Focusing on creating the perfect pairing, it is best described as " the ultimate expression of food and wine", where the executive chef and chief winemaker work in harmony. There are two options of a 4 course and an 8-course dining menu, that will explore the flavours from fish, game and seasonal fruits in vogue of modern Australian cuisine.
Seppeltsfield, established in 1851, is one of the Barossa’s most reputable wineries and it's been been revitalised to become a wine, food and art destination for the Valley's gourmet travellers. FINO, the property's restaurant, is located in the original bottling hall; the warehouse style space transformed into a modern, elegant dining room, pairing exposed bricks and rafters with bentwood chairs and a warm timber bar. The Modern Australian a la carte menu offers diners a taste of Barossa produce and wine.
Elegant Asian restaurants are rare, so fermentAsian is most welcome to the Barossa Valley and our state's dining landscape. A worthwhile drive from Adelaide brings you to this world-renowned wine region, and awarded contemporary south-east Asian restaurant. Vietnamese owner chef Tuoi Do presents the likes of Barossa Black Angus beef with Penang peanut curry, warm mixed mushroom salad with galangal, and fresh betel leaves with sticky caramelised pork and "incendiary" components.
Experience a true taste of the Barossa Valley at The Cellar Kitchen located in the popular Novotel Barossa hotel. Embracing the food and wine heritage that has grown from the region diners can explore a menu of rustic seasonal dishes with a farm style flavour. Applying the paddock to plate philosophy, freshness and generosity are found throughout this wine lovers gem.