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The Best Restaurants in McLaren Vale, Adelaide (SA)

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Shingleback 'WineFood'

3 Stump Hill Road, 5171, McLaren Vale (SA)

9.7 / 10
20 reviews

Average price $80 american express Welcome

.WineFood Chef's Table AU$80.00

InsiderFine Dining

58 Osborn Road, 5171, McLaren Vale (SA)

9.3 / 10
277 reviews

Average price $105 american express Welcome

B1. Degustation menu - price per person 100AUD

InsiderFine Dining

104 Ingoldby Rd, 5171, McLaren Flat (SA)

9.7 / 10
250 reviews

Average price $85

6 Course Chef's Choice Menu 120AUD

InsiderAustralian

19 Olivers Rd, 5171, McLaren Vale (SA)

9.1 / 10
141 reviews

Average price $50 american express Welcome

Restaurant Degustation Menu 110AUD

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Mediterranean

201 Main Road, 5171, McLaren Vale (SA)

8.8 / 10
283 reviews

Average price $35

Indian

225 Main Road, 5171, McLaren Vale (SA)

8.6 / 10
45 reviews

Average price $35

Italian

141 McMurtrie Road, 5171, McLaren Vale (SA)

9.3 / 10
117 reviews

Average price $40 american express Welcome

Australian

150 Main Road, 5171, McLaren Vale (SA)

8.2 / 10
5 reviews

Australian

252 Main Road, 5171, McLaren Vale (SA)

The Best Restaurants in McLaren Vale, Adelaide (SA)

McLaren Vale is 33kms from Adelaide, on the Fleurieu Peninsula. A highly established wine region, especially for shiraz, it’s a favourite with locals and also very popular with interstate visitors. There is a focus in this region on sustainable grape growing and the area lays claim to some of the oldest grape vines in Australia. McLaren Vale is home to 80 cellar doors and restaurants, which also serve up delicious food made from fresh local produce. Highlight wineries in the area include the well-known Hither & Yon, and D’Arenburg, home of the Cube restaurant where a 3D printer is used to make desserts!

There is plenty of luxury boutique accommodation in the region, as many people do self-drive/tour bus winery tours. If you’re planning on multiple vineyard stops and tastings in a day, you can always cycle or walk the 8km Shiraz trail. If you’re feeling fresh on Saturday morning - or in need of a caffeine hit - visit the Willunga farmers market.

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