“Where great grapes grow, great food grows and the Barossa is no exception. Here at Appellation we source much of our menu from local farm-gate suppliers and are guided by the rhythms of the seasons; harvesting from our kitchen garden, baking our own breads, butchering and curing our own meats and see wine and food as the most natural of partners. Our menus celebrate what we have found in the way of growers and suppliers and of the valley’s winemakers. Our effort is in sourcing the ingredient, treating it with respect and understanding and serving it with a sense of generosity and simplicity. I believe if you are true to your philosophy, your cuisine will always be unique.”
Menu (4 course) 105 AUD s.i.
Terminology: t. = tax, s.n.i. = service not included, s.i. = service included
Filtered rainwater gathered on-site and very local food sourcing reduce the need for transport (and therefore greenhouse emissions) at Appellation restaurant.
Appellation’s dining menus feature the very best locally sourced produce at the peak of its seasonal freshness. The use of fine ingredients which tell a story of our place in the world, combined with the skills of a kitchen team who have an appreciation and understanding of working with local suppliers showcases the very best in contemporary regional dining. The chef and his team are passionate about freshness, seasonality and regionalism; harvesting from their kitchen garden, baking their own breads, butchering and curing their own meats. Along with the sommelier the kitchen sees wine and food as the most natural of partners. Guests enjoy fresh and balanced dishes designed around local wines, highlighting the seasonal fruits, vegetables and meats grown in the Appellation kitchen garden and delivered to the kitchen door by nearby farm-gate producers.