Mon - Sat: 6.30am-10.30am
Sunday & Public Holidays: 7.00am-11am
- Disabled Access
- Awesome View
- Free parking
About The Cellar Kitchen
The Cellar Kitchen in the resort's brand new restaurant that opened in 2016.
Our restaurant and partnership with Saskia Beer brings the Barossa directly to your table. Working with small local farmers and growers we create seasonal menus that reflect the unique terrois of the Barossa and showcase its extraordinary produce.
The menu is designed to showcase the freshest seasonal produce with an approach that is more natural and an extension of Saskia’s philosophy of paddock to plate.
We know exactly where, and how, our produce was farmed and raised. We work with, and support, local producers to bring distinctly different tastes and flavours to your table. Saskia’s connection to local farmers and her long immersion in the tableau of food brings something very special to our restaurant.
The creation and enjoyment of good food is a love that is shared by great chefs, providores, suppliers, farmers, growers and those that dine at their tables.
Our waitress did not tell us about the foods, we had to "Google" any queries. I ordered a cocktail which took over 20 minutes to arrive.
Food, drinks and atmosphere are amazing however the service was a little slow.
We went to The Cellar Kitchen for our anniversary. The venue, food and staff were all excellent. We especially wanted to thank our waitress Tyler who surprised us both with a specially decorated plate celebrating our day. It is great service like this that makes a dining experience extra special. Thank you Tyler and The Kitchen Cellar team.
Had a wonderful dinner there with my wife. Everything was perfect - loved it.
The service was slow but staff possibly because they were understaffed. Staff did try to deal with the issue with food.
We had a lovely birthday dinner here. The staff were helpful and friendly and checked in on us several times during our meal. The food was delicious - particularly the beef brisket and was all locally sourced.
Graat views, friendly staff & beautiful food.
Staff were attentive and very helpful. Food was not very impressive and we felt it was extremely overpriced for what it was. Example, we had an apple crumble which was presented nicely in a ramekin dish, but flavour was boring. Could have made something just as simple at home.
Limited lunch menu but a lovely meal and great service. Very picturesque view from the restaurant just beautiful surroundings.
We enjoyed our dinner at The Cellar Kitchen with excellent food and very friendly and attentive service.
I made a reservation for dinner in The Cellar Kitchen (reservation number BJRR7YC) to celebrate our 32nd wedding anniversary. I have received 4 confirmation requests on the day via text! Very frustrating! We attended the restaurant, and to say we were very disappointed in the food would be an understatement! My wife ordered the crumbed pork terrine; and it was so dry it was inedible! She reported this to the waitress, whom spoke to the chef. The waitress (whom was very attentive and professional) stated that the chef admitted (before serving it) that she knew it was inedible but thought she would try to resurrect it!!!! My main of beef brisket was more roast beef, and the accompanying cornbread was rock hard and very dried out. My poor wife’s main of lamb was very dry. We asked for the bill, and left. We were not charged for the entree. My wife ended up with an upset stomach after dinner (not sure if it was related to the entree). Needless to say, our anniversary evening was been ruined!!
Very enjoyable evening!
One of our parties steak was cold and the markup on the local wine was excessive. At cellar door $26.50 and $65 at restaurant. The other 3 of us enjoyed our meal
One of the best risotto's I have ever had ..The two ways lamb was a fantastic combination. One of the best meals I have had in SA
We had a reasonably hard group of people to accommodate Lots of special requests required Nothing of the menu was ordered The kitchen and wait staff were well up to the task. Everything was served with style and reasonable speed Well done !
Very disappointed, given our expectation of Saskia involvement promoting local produce on the website In terms of local produce - That might be the fact, but you still need to cook it well and respect the produce Lamb main was very dry - over cooked and my Entrée, soup of the day / Pumpkin was served cold and when requested to be heated it retuned 40% less and same bread which was cold Overpriced, better local eateries to enjoy the beautiful local produce
The only suggestion we would make is it would have been great if you offered at least one non-alcoholic wine beverage on your menu
Food was fantastic, service excellent. Restaurant was cool temperature wise, most people kept their jackets on, we moved away from windows as too cold, other than that was a great night.
Excellent food and service. Loved the extra touches for the birthday being celebrated
Great service, lovely touches for the kids, and very generous sized meals, so the little extra you pay is well worth it. Fresh, tasty and cooked to perfection. Highly recommend.
Amazing food and location. We will be back and have already recommended this place to our friends.
While a bit noisy and cold (the magnificent looking fire did nothing) the staff, food and service was terrific.
Our meal took over an hour to be served. The chicken was huge, far more than anyone could eat. The produce is fantastic but needs to be presented better.