Spring Dining

For a fantastic dining experience this spring, look no further than the following Barossa businesses.

There's something for all tastes, so make sure you visit these 'hospitality heros' & be amazed by what's on offer in our region.



With a great emphasis on local, Darling’s Food with Passion Cafe is the place to go in the Barossa for excellent quality coffee, contemporary food and a buzz atmosphere.

At Darling’s we strive to enhance the Barossa Valley experience by supporting our amazing local producers such as Apex Bakery, Eleni Barossa Hand-made, Linke’s Butcher, Mehl Barossa made sourdough and Barossa Valley Cheese Company, just to name a few. We love to use their products in our meals and to create our own food sensations.

Customer satisfaction is absolutely key to our team and we create this by providing the best food and coffee experience, professional service and positive environment every day.

Whether you visit Darlings for breakfast and try our house made baked beans, muesli or granola, drop in for a takeaway coffee or stop by for a bite at lunch, the Darling’s team will always be pleased to see you!

3/56 Murray Street, Tanunda


hermann's at

chateau yaldara

Hermann’s Restaurant is nestled in the southern Barossa Valley, just outside the township of Lyndoch, at the iconic Chateau Yaldara. 

The menu encompasses a seasonal blend of traditional and contemporary dishes, matched with Chateau Yaldara’s award winning regional wines. 

Hermann’s offers a rustic dining experience, where texture, balance and purity of flavour are showcased through some of South Australia’s finest natural produce.

The restaurant is open 7 days from 10am to 4pm and is also available for private events and functions through enquiry.

159 hermann thumm drive, lyndoch


Pindarie Wines

Spring time at Pindarie showcases the most picturesque views across southern Barossa. Our mixed farm of sheep, plump lambs, olive trees and vineyards come alive.

Family owned and operated, Pindarie is genuine, rustic and produces Barossa grown Estate wines served in the heritage stables.

Indulge on one of Pindarie’s famous homemade pies or immerse yourself in the Farmer’s cheese experience showcasing all local South Australian produce, surrounded by stunning vista’s, visitors can taste, graze, relax and absorb the natural beauty of the Barossa.

Open 11am-4pm Mon-Fri & 11am-5pm Sat-Sun

946 Rosedale Road, Gomersal



Located at the Barossa Weintal, there’s something for everyone at Angus & Co. Bar and Grill.

With a modern take on steakhouse favourites, Angus & Co. offers everything from quality steaks, ribs and seafood to delicious home style burgers and American-style desserts!

What are you waiting for? Round up your friends and family, with plenty of dishes to choose from, book your table today.

235 Murray Street, Tanunda



The Barossa’s iconic pizza institution, 40’s Cafe. Whatever makes you pizza happy, the 40’s crew are there for you! Damon and the team have been slicing the people’s pizza for over 18 years and, continue to be the valley’s fave family go to seven days a week.

30 Murray Street, Angaston



The Vine Inn Barossa in Nuriootpa is the only place to go for ALL DAY DINING.

A full menu is available in Billy Jack’s Bar from 11.30am – 8.30pm 7 days a week.

Choices range from platters to share, a great range of Burgers, our famous Chicken Club Sandwich and of course the staple diet of so many Barossan’s – Beef or Chicken Schnitzel.

Daily specials are available as well as fish and chips with salad or veg, roast, pasta, steaks, salads and a range of items to suit vegetarian and vegan dietary requirements. 

As the winner of the Australian Hotels Association Award for Best Draught Beer Quality, we can guarantee that you will have one of the state’s best beers to drink while enjoying your meal or if you would prefer we have a great range of Barossa wines available by the glass or bottle. If you would like to buy a wine from our Sip N Save bottle shop or would prefer to bring your own a corkage fee of $10 per bottle applies.

14-22 Murray Street, Nuriootpa



Lyndoch Hill is recognised for its gorgeous location with over 30,000 roses. The traditional kitchen garden, and restaurant has been celebrating local Barossa and SA produce for over a decade.

Perhaps less known is the long-time focus on native foods, some of which are grown in the gardens, and SA’s aboriginal culture. Working closely with Red Centre Enterprises, and SA’s Aboriginal Elders there’s a new air of excitement around some incredible flavours, textures and food offerings from the kitchen at Lyndoch Hill.

The Restaurant offers elements of The Native foods (bush-tucker) through the regular a la carte menu, but the real celebration of these foods is shared through the Chef’s native tasting menu experience.  A number of courses offering a range of different dishes to savour!

Keep an eye out for a few more interesting innovations including introducing native flavours to the Barossa Chateau high tea’s and some wonderful Aboriginal cultural experiences.

1221 Barossa Valley Way, Lyndoch

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