It's impossible to tell Barossa's story without food. Choosing where to eat next is almost as tricky.
From intimate fine dining, casual restaurants and the road-trip essential bakery, the undercurrent of Barossa's food scene is one of seassonality, locality and the Barossan quest for mastery.
Our wineries and vineyards are fuelled by caffeine, so it's no surprise we take our coffee very seriously, too.
Whether you're stocking the pantry or picnic hamper at the local farmers markets (we have two) or letting a chef fill your belly, the Barossa food experience is one of generosity, flavour and friendship.
Welcome to our table
Acknowledgement of Country —
The Barossa is located on the traditional lands of the Ngadjuri, Peramangk and Kaurna people