Adelaide Restaurants

Adelaide Restaurants


Adelaide Good Food Guide

Some Adelaide restaurants we have found, please let us know if you find a good Adelaide restaurant.

Assagio
92, King William Rd, Hyde Park. (08) 8272 4748
Assagio in Hyde Park has won a swag of awards for its Italian food. The name of the restaurant translates into ‘taste’ and there are plenty of great tastes here to whet the appetite. This is serious gastro food and the wine list is just as impressive. South Australian blue swimmer crab with saffron and ‘guitar string’ pasta with a roasted tomato and shellfish sauce is a house favourite. The restaurant is licensed and open seven days a week for both lunch and dinner.

A great spot in Glenelg that offers breathtaking views of the city of Adelaide and some superb seafood to match. Mouth watering lobster, oysters, scallops, prawns, calamari, Moreton bay bugs, whiting and snapper, plus non-seafood options like the King Island beef fillet. Delicious desserts to follow, the revolving restaurant is one of Adelaide’s finest. Main courses start from $30.00 and the establishment is fully licensed and open seven days a week. 760 Anzac Highway, Glenelg. (08) 8376 0050

The House of Chow
The House of Chow in Hutt Street is a longtime Chinese favourite for Adelaide residents. It serves up excellent Chinese food, with an extensive menu to suit all tastes. The restaurant opened in 1983 and is housed in an early Australian bungalow, so you can’t miss it and has has won many awards for the Best Chinese restaurant in South Australia. Open seven days a week for lunch and dinner the restaurant offers Cantonese, Mongolian and Szechuen styles of cuisine. Fully licensed with a comprehensive wine list. 82 Hutt St, Adelaide. (08) 8223 6181

Shiki
Shiki, situated at the Intercontinental Hotel in North Terrace is one of the best Japanese restaurants in Australia. Having built a solid reputation for fine cuisine and superb service over 21 years, this multi award-winning venue is pure theatre with some great shows from its teppanyaki chefs. There’s a dedicated tempura bar and some specials on an extensive menu that includes Barramundi in a mushroom broth and Kangaroo Island lobster with Bonito flakes and dashi. Not cheap, but a great experience. Licensed, including that Japanese favourite sake. Open seven days a week. Intercontinental Hotel, North Terrrace, Adelaide. (08) 8238 2400

Spice Kitchen
Spice Kitchen offers a taste of the exotic with a culinary tour of India. From the tandoori chicken to a variety of vindaloos, to the vegetarian masala dosa’s – a crisp pancake of fermented rice and lentil batter, your tastebuds will be tantalised and teased. The Spice Kitchen is licensed and BYO for wine and is open six days a week. 252 Kensington Rd, Leabrook. (08) 8431 4288

The Manse
The Manse in North Adelaide has delighted diners for decades. Housed in a stunning Victorian mansion, the restaurant offers elegant fine dining combined with modern French styles, using local fresh produce. The Manse also offers degustation as well as two and three course set menus. Fully licensed, offering a superb wine list, The Manse is the 2010 Restaurant of the Year for fine dining in South Australia. A wonderful dining experience. Open seven days a week. 142 Tynte St, North Adelaide. (08) 8267 47636

Botanic Bar and Bistro
If you are looking for something more relaxed the Botanic Cafe/Bistro in North Terrace is a breath of fresh air. Loved by locals, there’s a real contemporary Mediterranean approach here, and the fantastic long marble communal table is one of the highlights. The dinner menu has an Italian influence with pasta and risotto two favourites. Seafood also features strongly , as does a good a range of fish and shellfish dishes. Prices are what you would expect from such a stylish spot, but worth it. The Botanic is licensed and open seven days a week. 309 North Terrace, Adelaide. (08) 8227 0799

The Goodlife
The Goodlife is Australia’s first NASAA (National Association for Sustainable Agriculture Australia) certified organic pizza bar. It serves some great pizzas in three locations across the city – north Adelaide, in the CBD and in Glenelg. Great prices as well, from as little as $13 for a margarita with hand crushed organic tomatoes, local mozzarella cheese and home grown basil. 170 Hutt St, Adelaide. (08) 8223 2618

The Red Ochre Grill
An internationally recognised leader in contemporary Australian cuisine. Overlooking the Torrens River the Red Ochre offers some amazing food experiences. Marron from Kangaroo Island, rock lobster from Robe, sardines from Port Lincoln and oysters from Pristine Bay, the produce is local an very fresh. Throw in some indigenous produce like emu, kangaroo and crocodile – a unique Australian experience. Adelaide is famous for its fine dining and the red Ochre sits up there with the best of them. Open six days a week and fully licensed. War Memorial Drive, Adelaide. (08) 8211 8555

The Lane Vineyard
The Lane recently won the best new restaurant honour in the Adelaide good food awards and set amidst stunning vineyards to the east of Hahndorf, The Lane serves up a real treat with some wonderful food at great prices and a cellar door wine list. If you are in the Valley and can’t get a booking it’s also worth trying Salter’s in Angaston, Appelation in Maranga for the very best wine list, and Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop brasserie in Nuriootpa for a wonderful, modern Australian twist on food. Ravenswood Lane, Hahndorf. (08) 8388 1250

 

Adelaide restaurants by type

Adelaide African Restaurant
BaBanusa Restaurant
86 Prospect Rd , Prospect, SA, 5082 (08 83421222)

Adelaide Australian Restaurant
Jolley’s Boathouse 1 Jolleys La, Adelaide , SA, 5000 (08 82232891)

Adelaide Caribbean Restaurant
A Taste of Jamaica
243 Grenfell Street, Adelaide , SA, 5034 (08 8232 9912)

Adelaide Chinese Restaurant
Gouger Palace 43 Gouger St , Adelaide , SA, 5000 (08 84105180)

Adelaide French Restaurant
160 King William Road , Hyde Park , SA, 5061
Mitchell Street / Park Street (08 8373 2044)

Adelaide Greek Restaurant
Eros
277 Rundle St , Adelaide , SA, 5000 East Tce (08 8223 4022)

Adelaide Indian Restaurant
Jasmin Indian Restaurant
31 Hindmarsh Sq, Adelaide , SA, 5000 (08 82237837)

Adelaide Italian Restaurant
Chianti Classico
160 Hutt Street , Adelaide , SA, 5000 (08 8232 7955)

Adelaide Japanese Restaurant
Shiki
Hyatt Regency, North Tce, Adelaide , SA, 5000 Address (08 82382382)

Adelaide Mexican Restaurant
Zapata’s Mexican Restaurant
42 Melbourne St, North Adelaide , SA, 5006 Address(08) 82674653

Adelaide Seafood Restaurant
Stanley’s – the Great Aussie Fish Café
76 Gouger St , Adelaide , SA, 5000 (08 84100909)

Adelaide restaurant areas

Hutt Street
This popular, and recently developed, restaurant area is in the south-east of the city along Hutt Street. Many of the restaurants here are somewhat up-market, but it is also possible to find cheaper food, especially at the hotels. The architecture, especially some of the fine wrought-iron verandahs, makes this an area worth walking through.

Central Market 
In the south-west of the city area, the Central Market lies between Grote Street and Gouger Street. It contains all types of stalls, especially food. Nearby can be found an interesting variety of eating establishments.

Chinatown
Chinatown is in tthe Central Market district and is rocognisable by its Pogoda roofs and red lanterns. There are an array of authentic asian resturants, grocery stores, retailers and a food plaza here. It’s not all Chinese either, there are also Thai, Vietnamese, Malaysian and Japanese restaurants and stores.

Date posted: 3rd October, 2017

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