With its low-rise buildings and crap roads, McLaren Vale feels more like a country town than a suburb of Adelaide.
The restaurant is an old house, with an industrial kitchen grafted onto it.
Braised zucchini, olive salad & slow roasted tomato dressing.
This is an unusual but interesting way to serve fish. It's in a big stack, with zucchini and butternut pumpkin. The fish doesn't have a particularly strong flavour. The vegetables have a somewhat similar texture to the fish, and significantly dilute its flavour. It's a fairly pleasant pile of feed
A CHICKEN JUST WALKED PAST THE WINDOW!!!
but the capers, olives and basil leaves pop in to add a bit of flavour.
Salted caramel, chocolate, vanilla, almond praline.
This is like a Violent Crumble, but with ice cream, and much more peaceful. Something in here has a very tasty salted caramel taste.
The slab of ice cream is too big, but I'm happy to lap up this plate of high-quality McDonalds sundae. :)
Under the restaurant is a wine dungeon. It's where evil wine goes. I explore it for thirty seconds.