2A Murray Street, Tanunda, South Australia, 5352, Australia
Barossa Valley Brewing
We source the best local and seasonal ingredients for our tapas, pizzas and hearty comfort food. Enjoy our menu in our sunny beer garden or around one of our wood fires.
You can taste our freshest beer straight from our tasting bar seven days a week.Plus on Saturday and Sunday we host some of the Barossa’s best local musicians live in our brewery beer garden, for details of who’s playing, please check our Gig Guide.
730 Seppeltsfield Road Seppeltsfield SA 5355
Fino at Seppeltsfield
Fino at Seppeltsfield is located in the original bottling hall. The most importance is placed on produce and its provenance, a deep commitment to every customer’s enjoyment and a connection to the region; its culture and its people.
Seppeltsfield, established in 1851, is one of the Barossa’s most reputable wineries and has a proud and priceless legacy. It has been revitalised to again be a vibrant and exciting village for wine, food, art and craft and an historical experience.
The Fino Seppeltsfield restaurant and food bar is the newest addition to that village. We join the Jam Factory renowned for ceramics, glass and furniture. We are delighted that craftsmen from the Jam Factory workshops have created, unique to us, plates, tables and knives.
Our restaurant, the Jam Factory display shop and resident craft studio spaces have added to the other existing visitor experiences at Seppeltsfield such as the cellar door, beautiful gardens that are perfect for a stroll or picnic, tours that cover the history of this nineteenth century winery and an opportunity to visit the cooperage and see traditional barrel making.
94 Murray Street, Tanunda SA
1918 Bistro and Grill
In 1998 Tanya and Sid King visited 1918 as guests, 17 years later, in 2015 the opportunity arose for The King Family to be the new custodians of this fine home of Barossa Hospitality.
They are passionate about serving fresh, seasonally-inspired cuisine, accompanied by carefully selected wines from the Barossa’s best and iconic Australian and International wineries – but guests are also welcome to bring their own special bottle. What you’ll also find is a youthful passion and buzz, modern Australian tastes and flavours that are borrowed from Asia and the Middle East, and a genuine willingness to please.
Corner Seppeltsfield and Stonewell Roads, Marananga, Barossa Valley, South Australia 5352
Appellation at The Louise
Appellation at The Louise in the Barossa Valley is recognised as a world class destination for dining in South Australia, with food that unashamedly reflects the local growing seasons. Executive Chef Ryan Edwards and his team are passionate about freshness, seasonality and regionalism.
Corner of Gerald Roberts Road and Jenke Roads, Seppeltsfield
The Hentley Farm cellar door is housed in the property’s original 1840s homestead. Faithfully restored to enhance its historic charm, the cellar door provides the perfect environment for an authentic boutique wine experience. We specialise in producing premium quality single-estate and single-block wines solely from the vines grown on our Seppeltsfield property.
The Hentley Farm Restaurant offers two set menu options, both of which work as a surprise on the day. The restaurant has a strong focus on utilising the produce from our unique microclimate on the banks of Greenock Creek, from wildly growing on the property and in the waterways, to our onsite garden beds and the utilisation of our property grown and produced wines. From there we look to showcase the highest quality produce that the Barossa and surrounding regions have to offer.
90 Murray Street Tanunda South Australia 5352
The food at FermentAsian has its roots firmly entrenched in my Vietnamese heritage and that of my parents who joined Grant and I in the Barossa Valley in March 2010. To these traditional dishes we have added dishes inspired by our favourite Australian restaurants serving Southeast Asian cuisine.
We believe in supporting local producers especially those producers who share our ethical beliefs and will be extensively using local produce. Since my parents arrived in the Barossa they have transformed our home gardens into miraculous vegetable gardens growing all manner of vegetables and herbs that are intrinsic to our cuisine. Much of the produce, particularly the pungent herbs will come from our home gardens.
50 Pheasant Farm Rd Nuriootpa SA 5355
Maggie Beer's Farm Shop
It might be a coffee and cake or sweetmeats; our ice-creams or a picnic basket with a glass of wine - with tables available inside and out, weather dependent, of course. During harvest time, we have fresh fruit and cider from the orchard too, and so there is always something to share.
We encourage our visitors to wander around the Farm Shop and take the opportunity to taste all the products; in fact this is the only place in Australia where you have the chance to see and try just about every product we make.