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BAROSSA AND BEYOND: SOUL WITH ZEST

Last month’s blog featured one of my favourite destinations in the Barossa, The Eden Valley Hotel. Lucky number three on my list of recommendations is… another Angaston classic, Soul with Zest. Soul with Zest is a bright, upbeat cafe located in the heart the Barossa Valley. The rustic, yet modern charm that this cafe has, sets the scene for a great dining experience. Whether you’re after breakfast, coffee and cake, or a delicious lunch, it’s a kid friendly café and there’s enough space to sit back and relax without feeling like you’re being squished in like sardines. Soul with Zest was established in 2012 by Jason & Chris and has been my regular café of choice since they opened. They’re always serving consistently great coffee…

Barossa and Beyond: Eden Valley Hotel

Brockenchack Wines on the wine last at the Eden Valley Hotel

Some of you might have tuned into my last blog post with my first Barossa recommendation, the quality Barossa Siam – the Barossa’s Thai hot spot. As a lover of good food, the Barossa dining recommendations are going to continue this month with the Eden Valley Hotel up next in the spotlight. Just a pub you might think? I can tell you straight away that the Eden Valley Hotel is much more than that, it’s full of character and country charm. If you’re after a five-star degustation, this might not be the place for you, but if you’re after some good ol’ country hospitality and a hearty pub meal that is loaded with flavour, then this is your spot! The Eden Valley Hotel’s philosophy is…

Barossa and Beyond: Barossa Siam

The Barossa; a well-recognised hub of wineries that collectively produce some of Australia’s finest wines and a hotspot for wine lovers from across the globe. And while the Barossa has made its name for its contribution to the thriving Australian wine industry, we have so many unique and special restaurants, bars and shops that are well worth the visit if you’ve made your way to the Barossa. And that’s where I come in, as a Barossa Valley enthusiast and a local for over 10 years, I’m also a bit of a self-proclaimed foodie and love getting out to see what’s new in the region. So, I’ll be using these blogs to share my personal favourite spots in the Barossa that I believe are well-worth checking…