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We were only looking for a snack and most places on Murray Street were serving full lunches when we came across the Barossa Sandwich Bar. What I would say is thank goodness we did find the Barossa Sandwich as both the food and coffee were excellent. The sitting area is basic but quite suitable for lunchtime. I was almost sorry we left to find an ice cream. Some of our party who found the Barossa Sandwich Bar later on found there was nowhere to sit, so I would suggest that you go there early.Thankyou so much for your very kind review. Glad you stopped in and enjoyed our little shop. Yes sometimes our shop at lunch time can get rather busy we serve locals and tourists we love that everyone loves our shop But THANKYOU so much :)
4 based on 25 reviews
Black Bird Coffee House is located behind the Priceline Pharmacy in Tanunda, Barossa Valley. A licensed cafe offering breakfasts, light lunches & sweets from quality Barossa ingredients. We use a delicious blend of Rio coffee with each individual cup hand
Stumbled across this gem off the Tanunda IGA car-park. All the foods we tried were old-fashioned, home cooked, fresh and tasty and value for money. The coffees were great, as was the thick shake. The owner and staff are friendly and customer service focused. An enjoyable place for a meal or snack.
4 based on 264 reviews
Sourced Local-Made from Scratch-Cooked Fresh Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner 7 days a week with fantastic southern Barossa Wines and modern cocktails. Award winning Campos coffee and house made cakes. Come in for a glass of wine and a Barossa Valley Cheese Company
Not much in Lyndoch, but if you are there do yourself an enormous favour and go to this place for dinner.The chef , James, is exceptional, could be cooking anywhere he wants, but here is is.I'm a gnocchi nazzi, he'd made it that morning , and seriously, it was so light and smooth I couldn't believe it.If he has made pasta , just have it , he is brilliant.That aside everything else he did was exceptional. We cancelled highly rated places to go back to him.And you can have breakfast and lunch too........................all brilliant.This is not a cafe, it is an wonder .James, keep up the brilliant work, and your great staff.Hey Mark,Thanks for your lovely review. We love having guests like you who understand that what we do we do with love. Hope to see you back again next time you visit the Barossa :-)
4 based on 124 reviews
Bakery was very busy so we though try it out.....around mid-day, most popular pastries, yeast sold out, tried carrot cake slices x 3 + 4 x flat white coffees......cake was dry with moderate flavour, coffees were warmish and very weal flavour....WON'T be back.
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 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.
4 based on 92 reviews
This was not a pleasant experience. Firstly I will admit my wife was hungry and ate her entire dish and said the mussels tasted good. Unfortunately my dish of beans, scrambled eggs and ground corn chips was underwhelming. Scrambled eggs were over cooked. However the main issue was the stench from the mussels! Both myself and my daughter were dry reaching over the smell as was another diner whose friend had similar. It was likely done in a fish sauce but was so unpleasant that I have ordered my wife to never order that sort of dish again!
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