While Adelaide is best known for its festivals (and maybe churches), each region has its own identity. In the Adelaide Hills, it’s wine and that oh so glorious food. But don’t worry, you’ll burn it off with all the hikes and nature trails.
The only downside? Trying to pick from the plethora of Adelaide Hills restaurants. Your best bet? Narrow down the type of lunch in the Adelaide Hills you want to experience.
A winery or pub? Fine dining? A spectacular deck? One thing’s for sure… Adelaide Hills restaurants with a view aren’t hard to find.
Love chocolate? And, coffee? Have ‘dessert’ a little early, for breakfast at Stirling’s famous artisan chocolate shop. You’ll find some cafe favourites, too, like croissants… the perfect post-sweet savoury snack.
Adelaide Hills winery lunch? Yes, please. The Lane is just down the road from the Seasonal Garden Café. Picture white wine (from the adjoining vines), tasting plates, and a deck with sweeping Hills views. Need we say more?
Love Adelaide Hills’ pubs? You’re in the right place in Hahndorf. Head back down the main street to either The German Arms or The Inn. Make sure you go there hungry, because you’ll soon be enticed by pretzels, sausage, schnitzels, and beer steins (1L glasses).
Ladies, if you’re a cheese lover, save some room for a trip to Udder Delights Cheese Cellar. Yes, this is just as amazing as it sounds. A whole store, dedicated to locally made cheese, farm-to-cellar style. It’s best served with a glass of wine (and your favourite girlfriends).
Got a sweet tooth? Head down (guilt-free) to Hahndorf’s Fine Chocolates and indulge in truffles and creams. This will complete your Hahndorf experience. With 40 truffle varieties, you’ll probably be here for a little while!
Remember, no guilt.
Spend the weekend exploring Adelaide Hills via your tastebuds… and stay with us, centrally-located to many of these spots. Already Googling more ‘places to eat Adelaide Hills’?
You might want to extend it to two weekends. Book in to stay with us. We’ll share our favourite top-secret eateries with you, don’t worry.