Come and enjoy fresh regional SA food and wine and even some local Adelaide Hills beers …
the way a local hotel should be.

Head Chef Brett Murray has come up with an all new dining experience putting the focus back onto SA produce and country flavours. Build a meal for yourself by choosing from small plates, big plates and a whole heap of sides and share it amongst friends. Whether its Stormy Bay Mussels, Quail stuffed with Udder Delights Blue Cheese or a monster 800gm serving of Tomahawk, you’ll wish you had more room to try everything on the menu.

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The Balcony Restaurant

Our new Balcony Restaurant seating 80 people, sits above the Function Room. As with the Function Room, the original stone walls of this 1857 National Trust building feature as the backdrop.

Sliding glass doors the length of the room open onto a 2 m deep verandah taking in the views of the rolling hills, Australian native gum trees and the English oaks and elms surrounding the merging creek and 1,000 sq m lawn. The views over the gardens have created a splendid area to dine away the day and at night the floodlit trees give a romantic feel to the area.

 
 

Outside Dining

Leading off the Restaurant is the beer deck with the same views as the restaurant. This is a great area on weekends to dine and relax, out in the fresh air, eating and drinking.

Around the corner is our beer deck - this space is also popular for relaxed cocktail functions - whether you're celebrating a birthday, engagement or hens!

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Big Groups

Everybody loves a celebration, which is why we've created a menu with these events in mind.

Share a selection of our entrees together, but then choose a main course each with all the sides to accompany.

Everybody loves cake! You're more than welcome to bring your own (cakeage charges do apply) or have us organise fantastic from our local cake maker in Tea Tree Gully!

For all big bookings please call the hotel on (08) 8380 5325

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