EAT|DRINK|INDULGE AT ADELAIDE – SOUTH AUSTRALIA PT 2

8 months ago by Don

Welcome back to TFJ Travels. In Part 2 of ‘EAT|DRINK|INDULGE AT ADELAIDE – SOUTH AUSTRALIA’, we will be showing you more interesting food places and restaurants that we have visit in Adelaide.

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d’Arenberg Cube is inspired by the complexities and puzzles of winemaking. Created with the idea of a cube-shaped building, each of the five levels has been carefully designed to entice and excite the five senses. The top level houses the d’Arenberg cellar door and private tasting areas, offering the opportunity to bottle your own wine. We tried tasting various bottles and indicated the amount and percentages that we want. The end results? We created our very own “REDTREE WINE”!!!

We also had a slow lunch over at d’Arrys where we just took our time, enjoy the beautiful scenery, and just purely enjoying the moment there.

d'arenberg
d'arrys

WHAT TO EXPECT:
– Wine making
– Sight seeing
– Art gallery tour

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A fusion restaurant that sells a mixture of Western and Asian cuisine. A restaurant & bar focusing on regional & seasonal Fleurieu produce along with, fine wine & craft beer. We had various dishes from their menu. Ranging from Scallop, Miso Brinjal, Carpaccio to even our Singapore’s very own Laksa. I had the best Carpaccio there and other foods are delicious too.

thunderbird

WHAT TO EXPECT:
– Fusion cuisine
– Restaurant and bar

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An ideal destination for a leisurely overnight stay on the way to world renowned Kangaroo Island or for several nights as a base to visit other seaside and tourist locations situated around Fleurieu Peninsula. A charismatic onsite Anchorage Restaurant. Meals are available all day and showcases some of the best produce and of course, fabulous wines from the local regions.

anchorage restaurant

WHAT TO EXPECT:
– Seaside view
– Local produce
– Local wines

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We visited Beerenberg Farm as it is the strawberry picking season. From October to May, strawberries starts to ripe and ready for picking. The farm kitchen also offers a wide range of jams, pickles, chutneys, mustards, marinades and sauces made from old Hahndorf recipes.

beerenberg farm

WHAT TO EXPECT:
– Strawberry picking
– Wide array of sauces, marinades, and assortment of jams, pickles and mustards.

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Situated from just 25mins drive from Adelaide CBD area, it is the perfect location to grab a meal be it lunch or dinner. Known for their hearty European cuisine, whilst using much of the local and artisan produce that is only available in the Adelaide Hills. We took part in a “make your own strudel” class and the final product is then later served as our desserts during our lunch.

strudel

WHAT TO EXPECT:
– Bravarian brewed Acrobrau beers
– European cuisine

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Situated around the area of Glenelg and adjacent to Holdfast Marina, Melt Henley is located right along the coast of Henley Beach. It is one of the largest restaurants in the ever expanding of Kardachi collection. With a spacious 200 seater restaurant, this cozy bar and restaurant serves delicious dishes such as pizza, tapas, and also breakfasts.

WHAT TO EXPECT:
– Seaside view
– People watch
– Serves breakfast
– Bar

And this sums up our trip to Adelaide South Australia. Do keep a look out on our Parents World page at www.facebook.com/thefoodjournalsingapore and do follow our Instagram @thefoodjournalsg for more updates.

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