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All reviews cooking demonstration pate nature walk the kitchen cooking class picnic basket small lake light lunch tv show for sale lovely setting turtles swimming barossa valley local produce on display quinoa well worth the visit
While visiting the Barossa Valley today with my daughters, we stopped at The Pheasant Farm which is the location of Maggie Beer’s famous farm shop.
At the shop you can sample and purchase all of Maggie Beers range of gourmet foods grown and produced locally....More
Thoroughly enjoyed our experience of visiting Maggie Beers Farm Shop. There are so many foods, sauces, wines, jams, pastes, verjuice lalala so much to sample taste..... and yum. Her shop is juxtaposed to a beautiful lake which you can take a stroll around, and the...More
This is a real taste sensation. But it is also a feast for the eyes. E.g. turtles! A lovely lake. Animals, birds, scenery.
A great spot for coffee and a taste.
Only slight grumble - couldn't share my photos because the wifi was not available...More
Booked for a Birthday lunch and experienced the worst lunch in 50 years, uncomfortable cold and full of flies, overpriced and food so disgusting that we could not eat, (Barossa chicken = strips of skin deep fried) disgusting
Was looking forward to visiting Maggie’s Shop and wasn’t disappointed. Beautifully set up with tasting stations throughout, very helpful and personable staff, and room to sit and have a coffee overlooking the lake. There is wine to taste also and some very very yummy looking...More
We visited Maggie’s Farm shop, my husband took a photo of me standing under the street sign on the corner, and then Maggie slowly drove by, smiled and waved.
We both then went into the farm shop, tasted as much as we could and purchased...More
What the farm offers is the ability to buy products that can only be purchased from the farm as they haven’t been released to the supermarket chains. Further if you buy a $100 worth of products the shipping is free. However we were very fortunate...More
This is more a complex than a shop. You can stay there, eat there in the restaurant and take cooking classes if you’ve booked. There were plenty of tasting dishes out covering just about all the products on display in the shop. I really liked...More
A very nice complex for interstate and overseas visitors but for local Adelaide people like my wife and myself, Maggie Beers reeks of "Warning, Warning..Tourist Trap" and heavily inflated prices of their local products to tourists unwary of our prices. The establishment is geared towards...More