Pauletts' famed cellar door with its magnificent views, has become even better with the official opening of its 'Bush Devine Café'.
The Café is inspired and partly sourced from the adjacent Bush Food Garden which contains over 80 different species of plants. Local revered chef Roger Graham has devised a unique and mouthwatering menu to complement Pauletts' diverse range of wines.
Doors are now open with meals available 7 days a week, from 11am - 4pm. Bookings are essential, phone cellar door on 08 8843 4328 between 10am - 5pm, to reserve your table.
Skillogalee is a vibrant, busy and cosy restaurant where you can enjoy a relaxing afternoon sampling some of the Clare Valleys best food. All the dishes have wine suggestions matched to them on the menu. So while we are preparing your entree head into the cellar door for a tasting.
What started out in 1990 as an idea to serve food to visitors who came to taste wine, soon blossomed into a restaurant with its own strong identity and a national reputation.
The emphasis is on interesting dishes from around the world using the best ingredients, local if possible, well-presented and professionally served, but in a relatively informal atmosphere. The menu changes frequently according to the season and what ingredients are available and fresh. Morning and afternoon teas are also offered - the best scones in the Valley! - and gourmet picnic baskets are available by arrangement.
Mr Mick is named after K.H. (Mr Mick) Knappstein, a legend within the Australian winemaking industry. One of Mr Mick’s passions in life was to make wines for everyone to enjoy, a tradition his last apprentice, local winemaker Tim Adams, continues in his name. Today Tim and his wife Pam are proud custodians of this landmark property.
Indulge, explore and savour superb food and wine combinations in a casual and contemporary atmosphere.
Bookings recommended as not to miss out.
Indii of Clare brings you authentic food from many regions of India. Since opening our doors in July 2013 we have received overwhelming support from Clare Valley locals and tourists. Every dish in our kitchen is created with passion and served with love. Come try our mouth-watering food and tell us how you feel.
If you are someone on the move a lot, then do not compromise the high quality of food that is served at Indii of Clare. With our flavourful and traditional dishes available to take away, no one misses out on the culinary adventure that is Indii of Clare. Take a look at our take away menu to see how to treat yourself.
The Rising Sun Hotel's reputation for excellence began in the late 1800s. Paula & Ken Noack and Sarah & James, owners since May 2011, welcome you to enjoy their friendly hospitality.
The Rising Sun Hotel team are proud to have won 'The Best Bistro - Regional Award' at the AHA 2013 National Awards for Excellence 2013, held in Canberra.
At The Rising Sun Hotel, Auburn, the a-la-carte menu is both contemporary and innovative, changing seasonally and promoting local produce and housemade dishes. The bar menu offer all the classic favourites suh as Schnitzels, Coopers Beer Battered Barramundi and the infamous Rising Sun Burger. A childrens menu is also available.
Terroir Auburn runs with a strict locavore philosophy. We use as much local produce as humanly possible, with only ingredients such as spices and some dairy products out- sourced, as they are not produced in the Clare Valley.
A strong focus on seasonality and a weekly changing menu insures a contempary representation of seasonal Clare Valley produce.
All ingredients are sourced from sustainable and humanely treated stocks.
With both current and old school cookery techniques used, in a relaxed yet professional setting, Terroir Auburn is a true representation of the modern Clare Valley.
If you try and picture your ideal country pub, your imagination will almost certainly conjure up a warmly inviting atmosphere. Hopefully, a log fire or two. It would probably picture quality but traditional design and genuinely friendly service. It would serve delicious hearty meals and accompany them with award-winning local wines and beers. Of course, it would have its own wine cellar, lots of inside and outside spaces to choose from and the locals would treat the place like it was the centre of their universe. Now open your eyes. Welcome to the Sevenhill Hotel.