Eat Like a Local is back in the Barossa this month. Why? Because as soon as the nights start to cool and those autumnal tones appear, our thoughts turn to relaxing with friends over a dish or two just bursting with rich, full flavor. Don’t miss the autumn flavours from one of South Australia’s favourite playgrounds.
The Barossa started life with its name misspelt on the birth certificate. That second ‘s’ was never meant to be there. Instead, there should have been a second ‘r’ as in ‘Barrosa’. Not to worry, mere clerical concerns could never overshadow what South Australians now hold dear as a food-lover’s haven.