Delicious seasonal goodness meets pure culinary passion at Patch, where the chefs explore the natural connections between kitchens and gardens. According to the seasons, they produce a frequently changing fresh, wholesome and enticing menu, which is locally sourced wherever possible. Patch also caters for people with intolerances, and has something on the menu to appeal to most, including children. The restaurant is in beautiful historic premises located in the Adelaide Hills between the villages of Stirling and Aldgate. The rambling villa and gardens provide ample spaces for adults to enjoy, as well as play areas for kids.
Patch Kitchen & Garden launched in November 2014, after an extensive renovation of the handsome old villa and adjoining retail space, which has long been used and loved by locals. The building has had a rich history since 1885, when it was Stirling’s original post office and general store. Patch’s warm and modern renovation was designed by architect James Schueler of Hand-Cut Design, and seeks to reflect simpler days through quirky references to things you would find in your grandfather’s shed, complete with its timber racks, assorted tools and pot plants. The Patch team feel honoured to be responsible for this next chapter in the life of this building, and see it as a hub for the community, where people gather to relax, connect, and enjoy.