Matteo & I would like to take the opportunity to thank all the journalists, food bloggers, photographers and film crews we have been lucky to welcome to Casa Carboni and capture what we do since we opened in December 2012. In particular I would like to acknowledge & thank magazine editor and friend, the late Caroline Roessler, for her support and encouragement since our opening in December 2012.

We are proud to have been mentioned in The Sydney Morning Herald / The Age,
South Australia’s Advertiser, Gourmet Traveller Magazine, Gourmet Traveller Wine Magazine, James Halliday’s Wine Companion Magazine, Australian Country Magazine, ABC’s delicious. magazine, SBS’s Feast Magazine, Australian Home Ideas Magazine, Channel 10’s ‘Places We Go’, Channel 7’s ‘SA Life’ & ‘Out of the Blue’ …..

For any media enquiries please email [email protected]

delicious Magazine: 100 Most delicious restaurants in South Australia for 2022

A tumble of perfectly pleated ravioli takes centre stage on a plate, glossy with Paris Creek butter sauce and finished with shavings of Parmigiano Reggiano. It’s the kind of dish you might expect to see at a fine dining establishment, not in a humble cafe and cooking school. We’re at Casa Carboni in Angaston, where owner/teacher/ cook Matteo Carboni and his FOH (front of house) wife Fiona host a long lunch each Sunday, as well as simpler meals earlier in the week.Fiona reveals the menu upon arrival, starting with a snack of Port Lincoln sardine on sourdough with enough acidity to get the tastebuds going. The last of the season’s Adelaide Hills porcini is honoured in a simple salad, shaved and tumbled with rocket and the very best parmesan. Beautifully cooked ox tongue on lightly pickled red cabbage, topped with garlicky salsa verde, is a triumph that will appeal even to the offal-opposed. And if you’ve ever wondered what risotto should be like, Matteo’s risotto alle vongole, cooked just al dente, will have you wanting to return for a class. Then there’s that ravioli, filled with tender beef and chard. To finish, a coffee cream with orange tuile is everything a dessert should be. Wines, predominantly from Italy and France, are by bottle only. Read original article here. To read the full list of reviews for South Australia, head here. by delicious. team Jul 30, 2022

delicious Magazine: 100 Most delicious restaurants in South Australia for 20222023-10-16T14:33:07+10:30

Adelaide Review – Minds of Chefs

Minds of Chefs: Casa Carboni's Matteo Carboni In this four-part series, Minds of Chefs, we explore what inspires some of South Australia's most exciting cooking identities. This time, it's Matteo Carboni from Casa Carboni. Read the full article. January 2018

Adelaide Review – Minds of Chefs2018-06-12T20:30:47+09:30

Country Style – Christmas Special

Country Style Christmas Issue 2017 Family and food are always the focus of Matteo Carboni’s Christmas celebrations, both in his native Italy and at his new home in the Barossa. Read the full article.

Country Style – Christmas Special2022-03-08T10:29:22+10:30

Qantas Travel Insider – A Gourmet Weekend in the Barossa

Casa Carboni featured in Qantas Travel Insider Magazine. July 2017. A slice of Italy, Casa Carboni is run mostly as a cooking school and wine bar but don’t forsake it in the morning. Delicious macchiato and cappuccino emerge from the espresso machine Thursday through Sunday, while the breakfast selection, although abbreviated, is scrumptious. There’s an assortment of housemade cakes and a breakfast bruschetta featuring seasonally tweaked toppings. Come lunchtime, chef and co-owner Matteo Carboni’s homemade pastas are a must. Read the full article online here.

Qantas Travel Insider – A Gourmet Weekend in the Barossa2018-02-22T10:32:07+10:30

Casa Carboni makes Country Style

Our story in the July  2015 issue of Country Style magazine. Words by Fiona Sainty, Photographs by Mark Roper Read the full 'italian lessons' article (PDF 440KB)

Casa Carboni makes Country Style2022-03-08T10:30:53+10:30

Air Asia’s inflight magazine travel 3Sixty

A lovely mention from Chitra Santhinathan in Air Asia's inflight magazine travel 3Sixty. Read the full article 'Falling for Barossa' (PDF: 3.2MB)

Air Asia’s inflight magazine travel 3Sixty2014-08-27T15:05:50+09:30
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