Find out what Australian restaurants to try in Strathalbyn including The Olfactory Inn Restaurant, Victoria Hotel Bistro, Appleseed Cafe, Oasis Gardens Function Centre, Cafe Ruffino, Robin Hood Hotel Strathalbyn, Commercial Hotel, Cart and Kettle, Cafe 11
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You can sit in or outside with the lovely organic food inside if you wish to buy anything. Good service and simple meals great value, parking out front on either street makes it pleasant little town with lovely lawns and toilets facilities one block away on Albyn Terrace. Many lovely buildings particularly the SA bank opposite this cafÃ©.
4 based on 10 reviews
This is a nice cafe, which offers good coffee and tasty light meals.Their specialty is sourcing all produce locally- they claim all produce is sourced from within a radius of 75 kilometers. They offer a delicious house made beef, ale and potato pie- well wirth a try!Besides that, they have a range of freshly made sandwiches, as well as house made cakes and scones.This is a good place to visit when you are having a day trip in the area, maybe after scouring the local antique and curiosity shops for a bargain!The ambience is airy, with tablecloths and fresh flowers on each table. The service is cheerful and friendly.Well worth a visit.
4 based on 35 reviews
Had a weekday lunch which we were pretty impressed with. Good menu and great wine list with lots of local choices which was especially great to see. Staff were super friendly and coped well with lots of walk ins. Would thoroughly recommend if passing through/staying in StrathalbynWe are so happy to hear that you enjoyed your experience with us. Thank you for taking the time to review our hotel - i will be sure to pass on your wonderful comments, to our dedicated team. I hope to see you again, next time you visit Strathalbyn.
4 based on 25 reviews
Family owned and operated hotel in Strathalbyn South Australia with great food, live music, cold beer & good company. ~Open 7 days 11am til close~
This hotel is on the quaint High Street in Strathalbyn on the Fleurieu Peninsula some sixty km's south of Adelaide. It has an authentic Aussie country pub ambience without the touristy feel of some of Strathalbyn's more high profile pubs and cafe's. The dinner menus is well priced with reasonable variety and the wine selection has an understandable focus on the fantastic Langhorne Creek wine region. This hotel is quaint and friendly and well worth consideration if you are looking for good honest food and great wine at reasonable prices.
4 based on 71 reviews
Popped in on a Sunday evening, following a recommendation. Glad we did.Good range of foods on menu and busy enough to know that that weâd made right decision.I went for a Caesar Salad and thoroughly enjoyed.Friendly service and will return when next in area.
4 based on 53 reviews
Located at the heart of the Langhorne Creek wine region and surrounded by award winning tropical gardens. Oasis provides the ultimate culinary fusion experience, enhanced using local fresh produce and wines.
Love this gem of a restaurant, owners and staff are wonderful and always get a lovely welcome. Food is superb and fresh with an extensive menu ti order from.The gardens are a tropical oasis and quite beautiful and an amazing back drop to the restaurant. They not only do amazing food but have great live music nights.Whether its coffee and cake, I highly recommend the homemade scones and jam or full lunch or dinner this place is perfect.
4 based on 174 reviews
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Lovely little spot in the historic section of Strathalbyn, surrounded by antique & second hand shops. Is Strathalbyn antique central for S.A?We had coffee & cake mid morning & it was beautiful. They use Uptown Coffee - locally roasted & distributed. Cakes were excellent as well. Friendly & nice ambience.
4 based on 438 reviews
The award winning Victoria Hotel restaurant located on the Fleurieu Peninsula caters for every occasion. The Victoria Hotel Bistro provides customers with an outstanding dining experience not only for the quality of our food but exceptional surroundings a
After a leisurely stroll through the beautiful riverside gardens, a light lunch at the Victoria was just what we needed to complete a wonderfully relaxing afternoon with friends. The food was great, the staff were great and we were allowed to take our time at the outdoor tables where our dogs were able to collapse in the shade.
5 based on 111 reviews
The Olfactory Inn is small in stature but amply built in her offerings. Proud parents, Simon Burr & Lauren Alexander work the stove & floor.
An interesting variation to degustationFEED MEFive of their signature dishes.We were hesitant to try but pleased we made the electionIn fact 6 dishes as started with complementaryStuffed JalapenoChicken liver pate, marmalade and citrus slivers, yummyNapoleon tofu, bean curd, mince carp, ginger, garlic, chilli oil, interesting particularly the carp, obviously from clean Lake Alexandrina.Drunken Nomad chicken, Goolwa cockle & prawn toast, Buddha's delight salad, black vinegar, cumquate & Yuzu mayonnaise. The dish smaller than its description.Salt & pepper Najobe lamb cutlets, stone fruit & peanut salad, nam jim dressing. The peach stone fruit topped this dish.Sangria, peach, passionfruit & stone fruit sorbet. Mouth watering finaleNext Crop Pinot Blanc, nice as wasMt Billy 2015 petit syrah.Most enjoyable, good value
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