Barossa Valley restaurant, Harvest Kitchen has moved from Vine Vale to the beautiful location of Jacob’s Creek in Rowland Flat.

Since opening the doors to their new home, the team at Harvest Kitchen has been overwhelmed with positive feedback about their new space and expanded menu.

Harvest Kitchen co-owner Pete Little said the move to the Jacob’s Creek site, just 7km from Vine Vale, is an incredible growth opportunity for the business.

“We can now allow more significant group bookings and more people through our doors”, says Pete.

“Our new home is a purpose-built venue with multiple flexible spaces for diverse group dining and a larger kitchen, enabling us to build on our menu”

“Our menu continues to offer generous, flavoursome and seasonal food, with our kitchen team sourcing ingredients from local growers and producers – think Middle East meets Mediterranean feel, showcasing South Australian produce”.

The collaboration between Harvest Kitchen and Jacob’s Creek came about thanks to a shared philosophy, with both businesses having a strong focus on building community and bringing people together.

“Seeing the number of locals re-engaging with the site as well as the number of tourists coming to see what’s happening, and the ease with which they can move between the spaces, it’s clear to see that this new relationship between Harvest Kitchen and Jacobs Creek holds benefits far beyond just those of the individual brands”, says Pete.

“The walking trails around Rowland Flat and along Jacob’s Creek, along with the golf course just up the road, also make for a compelling day out for any local or Adelaide day-tripper”.

Harvest Kitchen is open for lunch seven days a week from 11.30 a.m. and dinner on Saturday evenings from 6.00 p.m. at Jacob’s Creek Visitor Centre, Barossa Valley Way, Rowland Flat.

Book via the Harvest Kitchen website.