The heart of Barossa hospitality, 1918 Bistro & Grill occupies a 100 year old home boasting roaring open fires. The charming ambience, hearty fare and friendly service has long been enjoyed by Barossans. Our iconic restaurant is a must visit for anyone seeking an authentic Barossa experience.
Sunday 8th July, 12 noon
Celebrate the 100 year anniversary of the home of Barossan Hospitality with our centenary lunch. An experience steeped in history with stories from guest speaker, historian Angela Heuzenroeder, set over a long outdoor table with roaring fire’s and hearty fare inspired by food circa 1918.
This lunch at the iconic home of Barossan Hospitality is a must for anyone seeking an authentic Barossa experience.
Tickets are $120pp and includes all food and wine.
At 1918 we are passionate about anything that is Barossan produce and we carefully select ingredients incorporating three essential elements; fresh, seasonal and local.
From this foundation our Head Chef, James Lawrie create’s a taste experience to highlight the best the Barossa Valley and the season has to offer.
Our poultry is free range from the Barossa Valley, our eggs are free range from Clare, our pork, butter & cream are from Lyndoch and Keyneton, our beef is grass fed.
Most of our seafood is from the Spencer Gulf and the fresh fruit & veg is coming from a range of local growers including the kids at Tanunda Lutheran School and our own garden.
5 Course Set Menu $80
with matching Barossa Valley wines $120
with a taste of the Seppeltsfield 1918, 100 Year Old Para Vintage Tawny $180