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by Lydia C. Lee (subscribe)
Lydia C. Lee is still trying to work out what to do with her one wild and precious life. She currently is a haphazard blogger. Read more at holidazeandhellidaze.blogspot.com.au or www.pandoraandmax.blogspot.com
Published January 22nd 2014
Flavoursome food with an interesting twist
Salter's Kitchen


In Saltram Wine Estate, established in 1859, you'll find the restaurant Salter's Kitchen, a great stop for lunch if heading to or from Angaston, while touring the Barossa.

Salter's Kitchen Saltram Wines


Salter's Kitchen


While overlooking the charming Mamre Brook House, the room has a nice ambience, funky and modern with clean lines which is a change of pace from much of the historic area. The wood fired oven in the corner of the room bode well for the kids after wood fired pizza.

Salter's Kitchen Dips


We shared some dips to start and the delicious slow roasted pork shoulder arancini.

Salter's Kitchen Arancini


The Barossa Butcher's small goods pizza was met with approval and the kids fish and chips was generous.

Salter's Kitchen Pizza


Salter's Kitchen Kids Fish & Chips


From the more adult fare, the lamb shank was simple and cooked as ordered, a hearty serve with season vegetables hidden underneath.

Salter's Kitchen Lamb Shank


I opted for the comfort food, a very tasty beef brisket & Pepperjack pie, with a rosemary jus.

Salter's Kitchen Brisket Pie


Salter's Kitchen kids dessert


The kids got dessert included (I'm not entirely sure if this was on the kids menu or just the generosity of the waitress). I went to inspect the tasting room and was distracted by the eye-catching, colourful display case, brimming with desserts. I had eaten to capacity but couldn't resist trying one of these wonders. I opted for the tiny cherry aero, a mere $3. An interesting mix of textures and chocolate.

Salter's Kitchen Dessert


Salter's Kitchen Cherry Areo mini


Had I not eaten so much, I would have loved to have tried this magnificent blueberry cheese cake. The woman on the next table finished hers, leaving not a trace on the plate, so I think we can take that as a recommendation beyond just the alluring playfulness of the colour.

Salter's Kitchen Blueberry Cheesecake


So now you just need to decide whether you sacrifice the delicious arancini for the sake of a tantalising dessert, or go for a 'mini' sweet treat, in order to enjoy both.
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Why? Great food, reasonable prices. Nice modern setting.
When: Lunch 12 - 3pm Daily
Phone: 08 8561 0200
Where: Saltram Wine Estate, Angaston Rd, Angaston SA
Cost: Varies but reasonable
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