At The Stirling they have styled the dining room in classic creams and browns, with subtle screening to create corridors and hide entrances. The room is lit by a line of designer shades and adorned with mirrors and original mod-art. The restaurant creates a subtle mood in an otherwise lively hotel atmosphere. Outside, a paved terrace overseeing the main road pumps with life. Inside, another bar does the sport-on-TV thing, with the occasional band.
- Entrees under $20
- Mains under $50
- Wheel Chair Access
- All Cards Accepted
- Modern Australian
ecided to come up to Stirling for lunch and on my mind was their yummy pizza's, But unfortunately their pizza bar was closed when we got there. Instead we ended up ordering from the menu and I got the burger! It was delicious!! The beef patty was juicy and flavorsome and the bun was perfect! As for the hot chips that came with.. Could not stop me from eating every piece even though I was so full!
My first time tonight attending a night time party in the function room. The place was every pretty with fairy lights across the ceiling setting off a really nice ambience, the outdoor heaters were all on to keep everyone warm in this cold winters night, the staff were friendly and helpful as always and the canape's being served were yummy! Another great event help in the Stirling Hotel function room, this place is a really nice space!
The Stirling Hotel in the Adelaide Hills on Market Day is packed. When it comes to having a coffee and perhaps a bowl of fries, to enjoying the making of your decision from their extensive menu, including specials, this Boutique Hotel ticks all the boxes. We along with many other market shoppers enjoyed a couple of well made large coffees, and enjoyed the pancake specials. The service was good, our pancakes were delicious. Good family facilities, excellent value. A large well arranged umbrella covered alfresco deck, over looking the main street.
What a great well thought out new addition to the hotels alfresco area. This purpose built raised deck, overlooking the main road. Across the front a long bench with high chairs, behind comfortable tables and chairs, umbrellas, a large panel TV, and a built in fire place. As an added bonus, this is a NO SMOKING area. Just the place to sit and view the Tour Downunder, cyclists going past. From a varied menu we ordered a Pizza from their new dedicated pizza kitchen. This was delivered with out an undue wait, tasted absolutely delicious, cooked to perfection. With a glass of wine, along with a happy large crowd, it was definitely a winner for us, as it was for so many others gathering to catch the Tour.
We tried The Bistro for lunch on a weekend. It was very popular and packed (both the indoor and outdoor seatings). I ordered the Chef's Special - Sirloin Steak with grilled Jerusalem artichokes and mushroom ragout. The sauce with the mushroom and artichokes was beautifully done. Unfortunately, my 'medium' steak was overdone and a bit tough. Around the table, everyone was happy with their orders. The winner was the Beer Battered Fish - with its light and crunchy batter.