I probably shouldn’t be surprised that cafes like this are starting to make an appearance outside of the inner city, but then again Tanunda is somewhat of a tourist haven, being at the centre of the Barossa Valley. Well, I found the place quite charming, and while I only ended up having a pot of tea, the tea was actually quite nice, and the atmosphere pretty cool. They did have quite a few other options available as well, though having already eaten, a pot of tea was good enough. Oh, and there was also quite a nice garden out the back as well.
The "RED DOOR espresso" A Must Visit when in Tanunda, Barossa Valley SA
Specials board,s, Family friendly, Bathrooms, Pet friendly, Wheelchair access, Afternoon platters, Kids menu. Plus at the Weekends, Live restful music, News papers, Free Wifi, Coffee Amanti Golden Mocha, selected teas, and wines.
The interior has polished & slate flooring, with modern surrounds, creating an excellent inviting vibe.
The dining area is extensive with good seating configurations, generous lounge area with comfortable couches, and a very modern alfresco area out theread more
This would have to be the best cafe in Tanunda SA or the whole Barossa. The atmosphere is great,the styling is modern, music is relaxing, the food is good with plenty of choices on the menu, a little more $$ than you would pay in some Adelaide cafe areas but the service is excellent with friendly staff. We had a late breakfast around lunchtime with our 4 children which was a relaxing atmosphere for all. We will definitely be coming back for Brunch.
Choices, choices, choices! The main street of Tanunda is lined with multiple cafes. Red Door Espresso attracted our attention with its bold red sign.
The drinks menu is extensive, in particularly with many versions of the hot chocolate. The cafe also offers meals (breakfast and lunch) and sweet treats. I ordered an iced chocolate, which tasted average without any extra special touches. The service is polite and efficient.
The cafe is very spacious with indoor and outdoor areas. It can easily accommodate large groups. The decor is best described as somewhat confused. However, there are comfortable seatings with a mixture of couches, stools and chairs. It has the potential to attract more visitors if free wifi is offered.
Overall, Red Door Espresso is not a bad place to have a relaxing cup of coffee.