Hentley Farm is a single estate boutique winery and one of South Australia’s iconic fine dining and fine wine destinations. I’ve been fortunate enough to dine there on numerous occasions over the years, and it’s always been in my SA Top 3. So what an honour it was to be welcomed into the kitchen Read more
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One of my new favourite places – St Hugo at Rowland Flat in the Barossa. Only one year old, it’s fine dining, it’s degustation, it’s excellence in wine and food matching or ‘wine centric cuisine’ as they call it – and all in a stunningly renovated 1850’s ironstone building, four years in the making.
It’s a classy place, tastefully combining brass, copper Read more
I had girlfriends visiting from Melbourne and when I asked “Is there anywhere you’d particularly like to dine?” the answer was an immediate “Hentley Farm”. Why? Because chef Lachlan Colwill had recently made an appearance on Masterchef – it was a classic case of chef-crush! I hadn’t Read more
Since my previous visit, fermentAsian has undergone a massive renovation and it looks fantastic. Apart from the frontage, it looks like a brand new place. More modern, more spacious and less noisy. It’s fitting for a place that’s serving such good food. Quality food. Southeast Asian food in the small country Read more
As a blogger, some places you can’t wait to sit down and write about, and with others, it’s a bit of a chore. Fino Seppeltsfield is one of those places that I feel absolutely compelled to write about it. Why? Because it’s got everything going for it – location, ambience, service, wine, and of course, excellent food! In fact, this is the second time I’ve written about it, but my first review Read more