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YUM, YUM, YUM!!! You must try to get into this restaurant when visiting the Barossa. This restaurant is outstanding. The food is absolutely amazing and if you’re disappointed there’s no pleasing you! I was disappointed at first when the waitress returned to advise the kitchen...had run out of my meal choice so I reluctantly chose the brisket and holy cow (pardon the pun) but it was absolutely amazing and any thoughts about missing out on the pork belly were long gone it was soooo good. We will definitely return.More
It is such a fabulous restaurant, we just went back for our Anniversary.
The food is second to none, the staff super friendly, the site and décor Devine.
See you next year FINO
Shane and Michelle
Arrived at Fino Restaurant on a Saturday afternoon when restaurant was open with 30 minutes before close time.
As a Family we requested a drink or even just water as aware they are closing soon and waitress refused.
She said they were so smashed and...tired and could not even manage a glass of water for us!
We asked for clarification on the restaurant times and she said we have closed early as it is costing $50.00 per hour for staff and we cant afford any more!
Patrons where still eating and drinking at the time and many tables available.
It was then obvious that unless you had a booking do not just show up for water or request anything from their restaurant as you be denied.
Not accomodating at all and staff members manner towards us as a family was dismissive, abrubt, and uncooperative.More
Chose to do the Ultimate Seppeltfields Dining experience which includes the tour and tasting the tawny from the year of the birth. David was informative and it was a memorable experience. We then sat down to what was supposed to be a lovely long lunch...with wine pairings.However we had the misfortune of being waited upon by Sharon, who was abrupt, bossy and at times rude, and lacked the qualities of a hostess. It spoilt the experience. Never have we experienced such service and my two overseas guests were shocked, having had such lovely hospitality and service at The Lane the previous day and at Coriole the following day. In all fairness, all the other staff we encountered were polite and pleasant and the outdoor setting was relaxing.More
The whole dining experience is fantastic. Make sure to sit outside if weather permits. The architecture and ambience is great and you could be forgiven for thinking you were in Europe.
The food is something else again. Very very good with each dish memorable. The...lamb croquette, and slow cooked brisket are particularly amazing. Instead of the wine pairing we ordered a Charles Melton “ Voice of Angels” which was excellent. It’s a great place with great food. EnjoyMore