Discover Restaurants offering the best Cafe food in Angaston, South Australia, Australia including Casa Carboni, 40's Cafe, Soul with Zest, Hive Barossa, Maggie Beer's Farm Shop, Barossa Gourmet Cakes, Nosh Cafe, Beansolicious, Cafe krifi
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IThis newly built cafe is light and airy and in a good location at one end of the new Co-op mall, however access could be made easier if the cafe allowed people through the door facing the carpark.The meals while not terrible could benefit from a bit of love and perhaps some inspiration. On one visit I ordered the berry pancakes thinking Iâd get some lovely fresh berries and nice presentation but my plate contained a few plain pancakes, a small dish of shop bought jam and a bit of yoghurt, it tasted fine but was certainly nothing special. The staff seemed friendly enough and there are a range of smoothies on the menu, hot beverages, as well as typical breakfast and lunch meals. Overall a nice place to stop after shopping.
4 based on 171 reviews
Went here twice over a five day stay in the Barossa Valley.First time was for coffee - which was excellent and whetted our appetite to return for breakfast on another day.The space is wonderful - it is located in an old, renovated industrial space and has a lot of character.The breakfast menu is very interesting and innovative with some unusual food combinations. Gluten free bread is available for those who need this option. The food was great and the serving sizes are generous. All four members of our group thoroughly enjoyed their selections.Would happily go back when next in the Barossa
4 based on 23 reviews
My wife and I came here again for breakfast and as it was Ash Wednesday, we chose pancakes. They were delicious and the service rendered by Hayley was friendly and efficient as usual.
4 based on 1548 reviews
This is a lovely space situated inside a sort of upscale farm shop in the Barossa. It reminded me a little of Daylesford Farm Shop in Oxfordshire, UK. The grounds are fantastic and well-planted with climate-suited succulents and the like. Birds a-plenty too.The menu is small but with some lovely dishes. I had a starter for lunch based on brussels sprouts and black hollandaise and bacon. A lot tastier than it sounds! They also serve non-alcoholic sparkling Cabernet and Chardonnay grape juices which were really refreshing. Their ciabatta bread was delicious and the butter that came with it was particularly good. Service was brusque but efficient. Not a lot of friendly interaction but that didnât detract from the food and the surroundings that much. Definitely a great place to stop on a trip around the Barossa.
A warm and vibrant space with friendly staff, wholesome seasonal food and great coffee.
Recommended to us for lunch by a local, we enjoyed some fresh tasty and wholesome offerings. Great hospitality and service. This is a relaxed quality cafe. A pleasant find on our cycling adventure in the Barossa!
4 based on 79 reviews
Ate breakfast here this morning with my family and was very impressed with the food and service. Prices were very reasonable. My husband had the Eggs Benedict and was very complementary about them. The grandchildren and I loved our pancakes. It was very busy this morning and deserves to be when they can provide such a nice well priced breakfast.
4 based on 262 reviews
This pizza-loverâs paradise has been slicing award-winning pizza in the Barossa Valley for over 18 years! Winner of best pizza and best pizza-maker in Australia, 40âs Cafe is an iconic, fun-loving dining destination located in Angastonâs old Laucke Flour
Warm plates, hot food, and ample topping. Served on a deliciously thin crust, this wood oven pizza was faultless.Also, their house made ice coffee, the real deal, topped with cream and icecream was refreshing as it wasnât too sweet. A good selection of cakes to have with coffee.Also, local wines and beer/ciderDelightful setting, lovely friendly staff and good, happy service
4 based on 79 reviews
People say coming into Casa Carboni is like being transported to Italy for a day.... Open for coffee, hand made cakes and breakfast bruschetta, lunch of delicate hand made pasta changes daily. The Friday night wine bar is fun and relaxed, open for just a
This is a no fuss no frills family owned and operated restaurant.We had the Sunday long lunch with multiple courses. It was delicious. The owners are the chef and the front of house wait staff. They offered genuine service and mingled with their patrons sharing stories of the origins of the recipes.The food was simple well cooked Italian fare, supported by an interesting wine list, much sourced from Italy and France.Overall, an excellent meal and one that I would be happy to enjoy again
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