Reviews on Cafe food in McLaren Vale, South Australia, Australia including Tin Shed, Mullygrub, The Almond Carriage Cafe, Oxenberry, Polly's Wine Lounge, Polly's porch McLaren Vale
Things to do in McLaren Vale
You choose the cheese, crackers, olives, salami etc you want and they make up a platter. The home made foccacia with local olive oil is superb! Food was delicious and great value. Wine a bit overpriced considering it was their own cellar door but still very nice. We shared a platter and a glass of wine, then my wife spent an enjoyable hour here by the fire while I explored the Cube (which is amazing! Dont miss it)
Pollyâs Wine Lounge offers a relaxed lounge vibe with bespoke platters, and wine by the bottle or glass. Located in the same 19th century homestead that houses dâArryâs Verandah Restaurant, as the seasons change, so does the experience. Soak up sunshine o
A very quiet and comfy place to relax with a glass of wine and tapas of your own choice. Delicious selection of meat, cheese and snacks. Great home made focacchia, served warm and fresh. Good selections of wine from D'Arenberg next door.
4 based on 52 reviews
Good place to start, a few meters down the road from the visitor information centre, easily found in the main street of the town. We went for the tasting which is complimentary for 3 wines, $5 if you wish to try more. They have a good range to keep both red and white wine drinkers happy. There is a cafÃ©/ restaurant attached and they also have a cottage for use as a BnB available. Staff were friendly and helpful.
4 based on 36 reviews
Cafe style meals, freshly made. Licensed. Huge range of milkshakes and sundaes. All Day Breakfast Menu, Vegetarian and Gluten Free options. Unique dining experience in an olde 1908 South Australian Railways carriage, onced used in the 1936 S.A. Centenary
Went there with friends. One of my friend ordered the garden salmon salad, salmon is not fresh and very fishy, and I waited for nearly 30 minutes for the spaghetti and itâs just average... one of the waiter is a bit rude.... would not come back again
4 based on 72 reviews
We were on our way back from Kangaroo Island and stopped in McLaren Vale on a recommendation from someone on the ferry. We didn't know which restaurant was good, so we just stopped at Mullygrub.We each had a Reuben sandwich which had lots of meat. The fries were really good and hot. This was a great stop before we got to Adelaide.
4 based on 386 reviews
Casual dining, versatile menu
You have to give this place a go. About 50 of us from our village went for lunch, the service was fast, friendly and their whole team did a awesome job.Their prices were a little on the expensive side but this was made up by their generous proportions.I had the Swiss cheese and field mushroom burger (which came with chips) and was by far the best burger I have had in some time, the other half settled for the calamari, which she enjoyed thoroughly and also a very healthy serve.Their menu has a lot to offer for all tastes with vegan and gluten free options available. As I said their prices are on the high side but donât let this be a put off as the meals are of a generous size and I am sure you will be impressed by the quality.
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