Where can you have lunch in the Barossa Valley?

The Barossa Valley is Australia’s crown jewel of wine production, housing some of the world’s most collectable drops.

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With legendary names like Bethany Wines, Peter Lehmann and Seppeltsfield all calling the beautiful Barossa home, it should come as no wonder that it’s also a region of remarkably sumptuous produce, and we all know what leads to… fine dining, of course!

Yes, the Barossa Valley is home to some of South Australia’s (and all of Australia, for that matter), best restaurants, making any luncheon in the region a spectacular gastronomical affair.

While most of the wineries are reserved for cellar door experiences coupled with the occasional food pairing or grazing plate, the Barossa is also home to a wonderful variety of eateries serving anything from Asian to Meditteranean and modern Australian fare.

Let’s take a look at some of the best places to enjoy lunch pre or post-cellar door experiences…

The indulgent Hentley Farm

Hentley Farm at Seppeltsfield embodies everything that makes the Barossa Valley so spectacular: elegant food, fine wine and a luxurious establishment. This award-winning restaurant promises to be a decadent experience, with superb meals like quail, artichoke, rhubarb and mint being served up in a gorgeous atmosphere of sweeping views and stylish decor.

Octeine at Seppeltsfield

For those of you who would rather save their pennies for purchasing bottles of fine Barossa wine, Octeine is a more relaxed, cheaper option to the aforementioned Hentley Farm. This charming and laid back cafe serves up two things Australian cafes are renowned for: excellent coffee and a ripper smashed av on toast. The coffee is excellent, while the food menu is full of classics that go beyond that of the classic avocado option.

Cafe Sia Gawler

Cafe Sia Gawler may have an unassuming location (it’s tucked within the Gawler Green Shopping Centre), but its food is absolutely mouth watering, with delightful options like slow-cooked pork belly with crispy kipfler potatoes, broccolini, caramelised apple and maple bacon sauce as well as a host of pizza and pasta dishes all available for hungry wine hoppers to launch into.

fermentAsian

fermentAsian is an incredibly stylish modern southeast Asian restaurant located in Tanunda, serving up classic Asian dishes with a Barossa twist. The creative menu seems to revel in the opportunity to match southeast Asian cuisine with delightful local produce, with dishes like goi muc squid with fennel and coriander pesto as well as cari ca kingfish curry all adding to a delightful lunch menu!

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