Fleurieu Peninsula Visitor Guide : 2016 2017 Fleurieu Peninsula Visitor Guide
11 food | fleurieupeninsula.com.au ANCHORAGE SEAFRONT HOTEL Experience a relaxed meal on the seafront prepared by our talented chefs from local produce and served by our friendly staff. Enjoy a coffee or drink from our unique boat bar. Open from 8am for breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days. Advertisement on page 50 www.anchorageseafronthotel.com MOUNT COMPASS GOLF COURSE A challenging links style 18 hole course with a par 72 layout over 6,100 metres in length. Designed to international standards with driving range and excellent bar / restaurant facilities. Nestled amongst gently rolling sandy hills, it will delight recreational and skilled golfers. Advertisement on page 35 Phone: (08) 8556 8500 Stock up on homemade jams, relishes, artisan breads, local seafood, smoked meats and creamy cheeses from farmers markets, stores and roadside stalls or go for a drive in the hills and discover freshly picked berries, free-range pheasant, quail, venison and other local delicacies. Along the way enjoy the warmth, hospitality and passion of the people who create these exciting food experiences, drawing inspiration from the region’s Mediterranean climate and its diverse seasons. The Fleurieu Peninsula combines the best of all worlds – it’s a melting pot of many different cultures but melded together by a relaxed Australian attitude. Dining options include family-friendly fish and chip shops that make beachside dining a pleasure, traditional bakeries in almost every town, smart pavement cafés serving homemade cakes FOOD Quality local produce and dining options make a visit to the Fleurieu Peninsula an experience to savour. WHAT IS CITTASLOW? Cittaslow is an international organisation that encourages councils, communities and businesses to work together to build local spirit and identity. Cittaslow supports sustainable programs covering the environment, heritage, infrastructure, local produce, community development, healthy living, creative arts and education. Goolwa was the first town in Australia to gain accreditation in 2007. Goolwa will host the Cittaslow International General Assembly 9–12 May 2017. and barista quality coffee, gourmet pubs and up-market vineyard restaurants. All you need to do is pack your appetite. Dining out From fine dining to gourmet casual meals, the range of eateries available on the Fleurieu Peninsula will tantalise your tastebuds. Seasonal variety and abundance is proving to be an inspiration for world-class restaurants like Woodstock Coterie, The Salopian Inn and d’Arry’s Verandah Restaurant in McLaren Vale which showcase an array of local produce, with Oscars being perfect for the whole family. A newer addition is Harry’s Deli at Wirra Wirra, a relaxed providore-style café boasting a full menu of South Australian regional produce, serving light meals. Further south you’ll find Flying Fish Café, Eat @ Whalers, The Anchorage Seafront Hotel and Motherduck Café. They are all worth a visit. Apart from historic pubs and restaurants with views over the ocean where you can enjoy a drink and delicious meal, the region also offers cafés specialising in regional fare and family- friendly eateries serving delicious wood-fired pizza. Local chefs are keen to showcase an array of fresh regional produce, including BRACEGIRDLE’S AT 190 Bracegirdle’s at 190 offers the perfect marriage of chocolate, coffee and wine including restaurant-style meals in a relaxed and casual atmosphere that is truly Bracegirdle’s. Advertisement on page 45 Phone: (08) 8323 8558 OSCARS Relaxing restaurant and bar in the heart of picturesque McLaren Vale. Friendly and family-run – serving Mediterranean à la carte, gourmet pizza, flat breads and much more. Open seven days. Advertisement on page 46 (08) 8323 8707 www.oscars.com.au Woodstock Wine Estate, McLaren Flat farm fresh fruit and vegetables, game meats and specialist cheeses – you’ll be pleasantly surprised by the wide selection on offer. Wherever you choose to dine, you’ll find people passionate about local produce which is reflected in what they serve. The Fleurieu Peninsula will stimulate your senses and leave you feeling full and content. Visit www.fleurieupeninsula.com.au and www.southaustralia.com for more information on where to dine on the Fleurieu Peninsula.
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