Top 5 places to eat in Adelaide

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Beach view Port Elliot Limestone Coast my nrma local guides

The Limestone Coast is deservedly becoming more recognised as a gourmet destination. Here are our favourite eats.

The Tasting Room. The Tasting Room is a unique dining experience. Chef Mark Wright prepares stunning Mayura Wagyu courses, which is well-known to be the best meat on offer in the beef world. Cattle served here are of the highest quality, and as assumed, fed very well until the very end. The Tasting room is open Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights, or by appointment.

Sails. Located in the historic seaside town of Robe on the Limestone coast is restaurant Sails. Offering seasonal food and regional wines, this is the type of place to go for an inspiring meal. Freshly caught lobster is available between October to May, just ensure you book ahead to avoid disappointment!

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Port Elliot Bakery. With a huge range of speciality pies and delectable pastries available at Port Elliot Bakery, it’s the sort of bakery that isn’t unfamiliar with a line out the door.

Gather Food and Wine. An intimate restaurant located on Robe’s main street in the historic Robe Quarter. Chef Tom Tilbury uses wild and local produce, as well as locally sourced wine, to create a unique and exciting food experience for customers. Using local produce, wild gathered food and traditional bush tucker, this great restaurant is in Robe’s historic quarter.

The Barn. What The Barn lacks in interior design it makes up for in its wine list and the best steaks in Mount Gambier. Serving up aged steaks since 1988, alongside a selection of over 750 wines, this is the place to be is you are seeking a quality meal.

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