Wine Underground – Adelaide

by Suha on February 6, 2011

The wine Underground is an interesting concept. It is split over two levels. At the street level is the Bistro – very casual yet fine dining cuisine. The wine list is very well priced and offers a variety of unique local and international wines. Downstairs is the cellar wine bar. They open different wines everyday so you can try before you order. They even have some private dining rooms downstairs which would make for a great fun night in groups. The food at the bistro was much better than I expected it to be. We tried two entrees and two mains and finger licked all the plates. The desserts were a bit of a disappointment as they were both a bit over cooked but on the whole – a great experience.


Seared scallops, crispy sweet breads, cauliflower puree, braised walnuts


Tortellini of house made ricotta, muscatels, almond and beurre noisette – great flavours and perfectly cooked pasta. Would have loved some bread to wipe up the butter at the end.


Hay valley lamb rump, roasted shallots, provencale veges and pan-fried gnocchi


Crisp skinned duck breast, potato rosti, cointreau glazed orange


Strawberry soufflé – great flavour just a bit overcooked and dry at the end


Bitter chocolate tarte, salted caramel and mascarpone – didn’t like this one at all. Very dry and hard and bitter and just didn’t do it for me.

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Fernando Hara February 10, 2011 at 2:29 PM

I would like to send you by e-mail the press dossier of a new restaurant that we are about to open in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Thanks for your time.

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