Coal Cellar and Grill has reduced days and service times. Please view our opening hours on the contact page for more details.

“We offer more than just a dining experience. We’re about keeping it simple by highlighting the best of South Australia’s produce.

Let us take you on a culinary journey through our states finest produce, offering you wines from the vineyards of the Barossa Valley and McLaren Vale to the olive groves and coastal regions of the Eyre Peninsula.”

Seriously South Australian®

Winter Food and Wine Series

Designed for lovers of meat and wine, this series is a perfect excuse to keep warm in the cooler months. Each month offers a perfectly curated menu complemented by some of South Australia’s most iconic wines.

The Winter Food and Wine Series kicks off on the 1st of June with Beef & Barossa, followed by July Tomahawk & Torbreck and August will showcase Ribs & Rockford.

Don’t miss this limited edition menu!

A La Carte

With a focus on South Australian produce, the modern grill menu is a food and wine enthusiast’s playground! The menu has a balance of seafood, vegetarian and meat dishes including the show-stopping signature tomahawk steak – served with grilled vegetables and a selection of homemade sauces.

Compliment your meal with a wine from the impressive glass-encased cellar, home to over 500 wine labels including bold Shiraz’s from the world famous Barossa Valley to crisp Clare Valley Rieslings!

+ Groups of 10+ please see our Functions Menu
+ No separate accounts.

Express Lunch

Express Lunch represents a value for money dining experience and includes a main dish + a glass of wine, beer or soft drink for $29.

Keeping it new and exciting, our Chef’s release a new menu each month which is carefully curated to cater for the meat lovers through to the vegetarians

+ Available Thursday & Friday 12:00pm – 2:00pm.
+ For large groups over 18 people we offer an alternate menu – contact us for more information.
+ No separate accounts.


Our wine choice is abundant with over 500 labels listed, majority from South Australia and all on display in the Cellar.