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“Maggies a star”

Maggie Beer's Farm Shop
Ranked #1 of 21 Restaurants in Nuriootpa
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: Australian
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Good for: Local cuisine, Families with children
Dining options: Breakfast, Lunch, Delivery
Reviewed April 26, 2013

Made a pilgrimage to Maggie Beer 's farm shop. In love with everything Maggie. Had a play in her kitchen had a lovely lunch by the lake. We actually got to meet the lady herself as she popped in on her way to a production meeting. How lucky where we!,,,,only complaint toooooo crowded and would have liked a little more choice than ploughman style lunch. Bring back a pheasant farm style proper restaurant with bookings and table clothes!,,,,

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Thank 61pixie
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Reviewed April 25, 2013

We went here because my partner is a massive Maggie Beer fan. I had been before and it was exactly how I remembered - a little too commercial and overcrowded. We only had the tart and brownie which were mediocre.

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Reviewed April 23, 2013

Maggie Beer is sort of Martha Stewart of Australia. This lady offers and prepares here several products typical of this region. You can visit the nice store where you will find from the original patè she is famous for, to pasta sauces, jams, biscuits and olive oils.
Once a day there is a cooking session open to the public where she teaches some recipe. Very often there are also wine tasting sessions in the little veranda facing a beautiful lake.
Maggie Beer's is not just a shop but is also possible to have lunch there. Check on the blackboard the daily meals. We had a quinoa soup with tomato and a patè in puff pastry with salad and the famous cabernet dressing. We had lunch on the veranda facing the lake and the countryside all around. It is also possible to visit the farm itself, the ducks and the structure. We also bought some food to take away for dinner.
it is really a must in the area to get introduced to the delicious food of the Barossa.

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1  Thank EuDiMu
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Reviewed April 18, 2013

It is alway great to visit Maggies when we are in the Barossa. It is quick, healthy and has happy friendly staff. Alway buy something over and above lunch.

1  Thank ChrissyM18
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Reviewed April 17, 2013

The Farm is tucked away from the main road in a nice setting. The food products were nice, but overpriced. The whole operation is geared to sell as much as possible. We did not have a meal, just tasted and bought a couple food products.

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Thank Amy707
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