A nice selection of a la carte meals.... nothing particularly fancy, just good food. You can get a nice burger, some fish and chips or maybe even a fair-dinkum steak for either lunch or dinner. There... more
Piattos is our favourite place to eat in Adelaide. We have been going here for years. The food is always great and the service is friendly. Specializing in traditional Italian as well as modern... more
When a seven-foot bush ranger greets you for dinner, you know you are in for something different. Dunk your vegemite damper into Ned’s kangaroo tail “soup of yesterday”. Although Stringy Bark Creek... more
While the decor is becoming a bit shabby, this eatery has great food, the pancakes are delicious, large range of fillings, the sevice is quick. Russian Blintz is my favorite sweet pancake, cottage... more
The ambience and surrounding is similar to a typical Chinese Restaurant. But the food is so far the best I have eaten in Adelaide. Price is reasonable. Some people claimed Chinese food in Australia... more
This restaurant is a great place to go for a special occasion. It is a bit on the expensive side but the food is great and the service is even better!!
When you walk in the first thing you notice is... more
Cafe Nova is great cafe in the small town of Gawler (about an hour drive north of Adelaide) with great food and friendly staff.
The menu is your typical cafe with gourmet pizzas, pasta, steak and a... more
The restaurant is aboard a replica of a sailing boat that is part of Australias settling.
Its situated at the beautiful seaside village of Glenelg, only a few kilometres from Adelaide centre.
It is a... more
Anyone lives in Adelaide would have known a wicked cafe' called SPATS. It used to be a 'must go' for tourists or locals specially lovers who want to have a good time with nice drinks and/or light... more
Montezumas is my FAVOURITE restaurant in the whole of Adelaide. There are three of them now, and they all serve great Mexican food, beer, wine and dessert.
The dishes always have lots of cheese,... more
If you are a fan of stakes, don't miss this place. If you aren't, try it. On the menu, you can find wide variety of stakes. If you prefer the seafood, don't worry, you can also find what you want.... more
Starters include seafood mainstays of garlic prawns and the good old prawn cocktail with prerequisite shredded iceberg lettuce and cocktail sauce. Not surprisingly, the specialty of pork spare ribs,... more
Relax and unwind in our charming 1890's historic stone cottage. Feel the ambiance, a true mix of old and new. Rustic but modern. Located in the beautiful Adelaide Hills.
Chocolate @ No 5 - indulge in... more
Billy Baxter's is a renowned franchised chain of coffee houses, cafes and restaurants located in South Australia, New South Wales, Victoria, and Queensland.
The menu includes a wide range of meal... more
The Nonya Bistro-Wine Bar features cooking drawn from dozens of cultures and takes great pride in celebrating (and cooking) Adelaide's diversity. The main focus is probably Malay cuisine, with a nod... more
We were looking for a light snack for Sunday lunch after two evening meals that had seriously inflated our waistlines. We were delighted that we chose Mesa Lunga for tapas & a glass or two. The... more
This picture isn't from the German Bakery, but from the previous time I had Black Forest Cake in Hahndorf, some years ago and loved it so much (this place has annoyingly disappeared). I tried the... more
We ate at the Steed our first night in Adelaide. Having arrived late, and the weather being dreadful, we didn't wish to wander far from our Florence's Cottage accomodation. At the corner of Hutt and... more
OK so I have named 2 restaurants here. One is the Magill estate restaurant, behind me when I photographed this Grange cottage (with Grange wine label inset). Don't let the plain looking backyard label... more
Hampshire Hotel Backpackers is a pub and cheap backpackers lodging in the centre of Adelaide. It is located on Grote Street, on the corner of Bowen Street, just a few minutes walk from the central bus... more
From the central glass cabinet - like a shrine to the bean - to the counter's blackboard backdrop over walls of warm magenta, the guest is reminded of the cocoa bean. A retro green lounge has pride of... more
City Spot is a no frills cafe / take-away shop on the busy shopping street of Rundle Street in the centre of Adelaide. You can identify it from its bright yellow signage advertising the fact that it... more
Adelaide just seems to be a place that "works". That could be the result of meticulous planning. New Yorker Magazine once described this lovelyl capital of South Australia as being "possibly the last...
Adelaide seems to be overlooked by a lot of visitors to Australia, which is such a shame. The city itself is small, but as a “base” it offers so much. We were there for 2 weeks and used it to go to......