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“A Light & Airy tasting Room in a Great Location”
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Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $11 - $29
Cuisines: Australian, Pub
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Dining options: Breakfast, Reservations
Description: Enjoy a lunch at Our Table, featuring seasonal food grown locally or picked fresh from our garden. Our passionate team can also host you for a wine and food matching experience or why not learn more about wine and join our afternoon 'Introduction to wine' experience? If you have more time, come join us at our historic site, Jacob's Estate for a cooking class and a walk through our gardens. We also offer a peaceful native garden walking trail where you can enjoy the native wildlife whilst you stroll along the banks of the world famous creek.
Perth, Australia
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376 reviews
93 restaurant reviews
common_n_restaurant_reviews_1bd8 156 helpful votes
“A Light & Airy tasting Room in a Great Location”
Reviewed March 1, 2013

There are many wineries in the Barossa, but Jacobs Creek has to be one of the best. It seems to be very new, contemporary, welcoming and staff were excellent. A great place to introduce yourself to Barossa Valley wines

Visited February 2013
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Cardiff, United Kingdom
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“Not a lot to see”
Reviewed February 26, 2013

The Visitor Centre is well signed from the road so gives the impression of something bigger! the shop is very small with few items available. You can do a tour and wine tasting at a cost. There are boxed wines for sale which are very expensive and weight/customs would need to be considered if you took these home. Not a lot to see, not really worth the visit.

Visited February 2013
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“Fabulous Vista”
Reviewed January 23, 2013

We were on our last day visiting the Barossa and decided to drop into the new Jacobs Creek Vistor Centre as we hadn't been there for a number of years. The first thing we noticed was the long driveway in and then upon entering the fabulous view of the vineyards and hills in the backdrop.

The whole centre has been thoughtfully planned with obviously no expense spared. We didn't eat in the restaurand but did peruse the menu and found it to be varied and reasonably priced so we will definetely be trying it out next time we are in the Barossa.

We found all the staff to be extremely well presented, extremely polite and knowledgeable about their wines and surroundings. All and all a very enjoyable experience and well worth a visit.

  • Visited January 2013
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Adelaide, Australia
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“Lovely lunch with great views”
Reviewed January 14, 2013

Our relatives from London were visiting and a must see is the Barossa. We stopped off at a small winery for tastings before coming here. They were impressed. The floor to ceiling window walls gives lovely views of the magnificent old gum and the vines, the hills. The a la carte menu had enough choice and we used the opportunity to taste the wine at the tasting counter before ordering the bottle to drink over lunch. Lovely service. Most of us had the beef fillet which was cooked to perfection. After lunch a quick look at the small display, obligatory photo by the Jacobs Creek sign and a short walk along the local trail, but a little warm to go to far. There's a bike path that passes through, a demonstration vineyard explaining the various wine varieties and a small tennis court and deck chairs. Children welcome. A must stop for any visitor.

  • Visited January 2013
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Brisbane, Australia
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“Visit, learn and eat!”
Reviewed December 29, 2012 via mobile

As part of our "Vine to the Bottle" tour we had an early-ish lunch here at the restaurant, with a limited menu choice as part of the tour parameters. There was a tasty cheesy bread as a set entrée, and then we had a choice of three dishes to go with our complimentary glass of wine. We all chose the venison, with a small plate of roast veges to share. The venison was done beautifully and we were all very happy with it - although for my palate, the pickled beetroot accompaniment overwhelmed the venison if not used sparingly.

Although we didn't get the full restaurant experience, the surrounds are very relaxing, with large glass panels out to the view, pleasant service, nice wines (of course!) and I would definitely recommend stopping for the visitor centre, but timing it for the food experience as well.

If you over-indulge, there's a bush walk you can do afterwards, to stretch your legs and aid digestion!

Thank phoenix555
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