40s Cafe is a casual, laid back, and family-friendly eatery in the quaint town of Angaston in the Barossa Valley. The menu boasts many pub classics while also having a unique spin. There is also the option of sitting out on the deck which is rather lovely on a hot summers evening with a glass of wine.
40s Cafe is a lovely place to sit down and have a meal after a long day of sightseeing, and also has a variety of takeaway options. All of the staff are extremely friendly, accommodating and make sure that the food comes out promptly. The cafe sits on the main street of Angaston, and while it does not have its own car park, there is more than enough on-street parking.
I think I may have forgotten to mention that 40s Cafe has some of the best pizzas in the entire Barossa Valley. A few of my personal favourites on the menu are the Margarita Pizza and the Chicken Breast Schnitzel with 40s Deluxe Grilled Topping. I don't believe I have ever eaten a meal here that I did not enjoy.
The cafe is open seven days and also offers breakfast and lunch.