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It was a huge treat to be able to sample Maggie Beer’s latest produce and full range. We visited on a hot day, but were very comfortable in the restaurant and the Farm Shop. A cooking demonstration was on while we were there.
Stopped here for lunch and a browse of the farm shop between cellar doors. Maggie Beer is a food legend in my book and it was wonderful to see the places that have inspired her since she moved into the region in the ‘70s. So...More
Was greeted on entry by friendly staff member who was about to conduct a food demo at their kitchen, and welcomed us to watch. She seemed like the only person happy to be working there though. Got to taste what she had cooked, which was...More
We went to Maggie,s on a drive through the Barossa Valley, purchased some of her jams etc which all tasted great, then we ordered coffee and savoury muffins. Unfortunately the coffee was luke warm and the muffins were not fresh and did not really taste...More
While visiting the Barossa Valley today with my daughters, we stopped at The Pheasant Farm which is the location of Maggie Beer’s famous farm shop.
At the shop you can sample and purchase all of Maggie Beers range of gourmet foods grown and produced locally....More
Thoroughly enjoyed our experience of visiting Maggie Beers Farm Shop. There are so many foods, sauces, wines, jams, pastes, verjuice lalala so much to sample taste..... and yum. Her shop is juxtaposed to a beautiful lake which you can take a stroll around, and the...More
This is a real taste sensation. But it is also a feast for the eyes. E.g. turtles! A lovely lake. Animals, birds, scenery.
A great spot for coffee and a taste.
Only slight grumble - couldn't share my photos because the wifi was not available...More
Booked for a Birthday lunch and experienced the worst lunch in 50 years, uncomfortable cold and full of flies, overpriced and food so disgusting that we could not eat, (Barossa chicken = strips of skin deep fried) disgusting