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Creative two-course daily changing menu, featuring housemade products with dishes like beef tartare, smoked mulloway clam Chowder, char-grilled dry aged rump with French mustard, anchovy and elk salad and morcilla with pepper, broccolini and herb sauce.

About The General Wine Bar & Kitchen

When in Adelaide’s wine region of McLaren Flat, follow those in the know to The General Wine Bar & Kitchen for a memorable experience. Enter through the towering barn style front doors and discover a modern, yet rustic fit out with exposed red brick walls, plush leather booth seating, exposed timber banisters and relaxed seated bars set with charcoal coloured stools, creating a warm and inviting space to sample boutique wines matched with quality fare. A creative daily changing menu ensures only the most seasonal produce is used, incorporating housemade products and producing dishes like peas, burnt shallot, radicchio, pangrattato fior di latte and the succulent braised pork with fennel and broccolini salad, paired well with a glass of Zonte’s Footstep 2016 Love Symbol Grenache.

Location & Map

55a Main Road, McLaren Flat 5171 SA - See Map

Opening Hours

Mon  10:00:AM - 5:00:PM
Tue  10:00:AM - 5:00:PM
Wed  10:00:AM - 5:00:PM
Thu  10:00:AM - 5:00:PM
Fri  10:00:AM - 10:00:PM
Sat  10:00:AM - 5:00:PM
Sun  10:00:AM - 5:00:PM

Groups & Functions

  • Up to 90 Guests
  • Birthday Party
  • Charity Event
  • Christmas Party
  • Cocktail Party
  • Conference
  • Corporate Function
  • Dinner Party
  • Engagement Party
  • Product Launch
  • Wedding
  • Canapes
  • Cocktails
  • Degustation
  • Finger Food
  • Set Menu

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Member Reviews (1)

EatMe

Bring your apetite. Or a teenager
Surprisingly quiet Sunday afternoon - why isn't this place packed? It's still a bit new, suggested the lady who 'd recommended it. Nicely designed, comfortable and roomy seating with knowledgeable and attentive but not intrusive staff. We had the suggested menu - tender quail portions on a vegetable escabeche that I would have been quite happy to eat for the rest of the meal, followed by an "inbetween" that the waiter sensibly suggested we share - I had been advised that their home-smoked waygu beef was not to be missed. It was wonderful, but by then I felt that I'd had more to eat that some winery restaurants offer for a full meal. Main course was perfectly cooked and unusually lean slab of pork belly the size of my hand with a generous shower of shitake mushroom, slivers of fermented garlic and broccolini tops. The wine selection is from Mr Riggs and Zonte's footsteps. We tried the Zonte's Dawn Patrol Pinot Noir, the suggested and very good food match, and the Montepulciano. Dessert couldn't be considered this time.... I wonder if they'd let me have dessert for morning tea one day?