141 Verified Diner Reviews

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Total Score

9.4
141 reviews
Recommended
(9.6)
Food
(9.5)
Service
(9.6)
Value for money
(8.6)
Atmosphere
(9.5)

dined on Sun, 19 Aug 2018

(10)
A perfect lunch!
John

dined on Sun, 19 Aug 2018

(10)
This was a truly amazing eating experience. Extraordinary use of Australian produce. Service was great.

dined on Fri, 17 Aug 2018

(10)
This is an experience - worth every cent

dined on Fri, 17 Aug 2018

(9)
An excellent experience. Something everybody should do at least once.
Eugene

dined on Sun, 12 Aug 2018

(10)
Amazing experience

dined on Fri, 10 Aug 2018

(10)
Don’t change anything!!! Awesome experience

dined on Thu, 2 Aug 2018

(10)
Great service. Wonderful food

dined on Fri, 27 Jul 2018

(10)
Amazing nothing else to say
Jackie

dined on Sun, 22 Jul 2018

(10)
Wonderful food and service. We loved the “theatre “ of the experience. It was expensive but good value for money.
Shikha

dined on Sun, 22 Jul 2018

(10)
This restaurant is a must visit. Allow a mini mum of 4 hours if you are doing the extra long degustation. 3 hours for eating and at least an hour for exploring the museum / art displays and doing wine tastings. The food was absolutely spectacular - one of the best degustations we've ever done, and the service was great. Would absolutely visit again!
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About The d'Arenberg Cube Restaurant

No one will be able to top your weekend story if you visit the d’Arenberg Cube in McLaren Vale. Imagine a $15 million, five story Rubik’s cube, overlooking a vineyard, housing a restaurant inside. With sixty contemporary artworks, including installations where you find yourself squeezing bike horns to release the scent of winemaking, there’s a bit of Willy Wonka whimsy here. Embrace the unexpected. Once your appetite for the eclectic has been piqued, you’ll be ready to move seamlessly onto the food, which is imbued with the same imaginative playfulness as its surrounds. Diners are invited to try the seasonal degustation menu with wines to match. Visitors take note, this enchanting Cube also fulfils that most seminal of roles within the winery – it’s a cellar door where you can pick up a few bottles for the road!

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