Adelaide Restaurants

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  • 51. Hawker's Corner

    This place is, in my opionion, one of the best cheap eateries in Adelaide. Featuring a range of Asian food from yum cha to sushi to a mouth-murdering curry, there's something here for anyone who likes...

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  • 52. Matsuri

    As far as I am concerned, Matsuri is one of the gems among the plethora of restaurants to be found in Adelaide. Upon entering the restaurant, you'll find yourself in a distinctive environment,...

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  • 53. Lemon Grass Bistro

    Should an Asian miss some good ol rice or ppl wanting more than the usual steak+potato bit, head down to the LemonGrass for some semi-authentic Thai/Asian food. Ambience wise, it caters towards a...

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  • 54. Woodstock Winery & Coterie

    Situated in picturesque McLaren Vale wine region is the Woodstock Coterie, established for ten years and specialising in functions and a la carte dining.Taste the wide range of wines, and enjoy the...

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  • 55. Australia's Pizza House

    This little pizza shop has the cheapest pizzas, (and they are good tasting too) for only $4.90 you can get a large size pizza. The restaurant has tables and an outdoor seating area, so you are not...

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  • 56. White Dove Thai Restaurant

    The White Dove Restaurant in McCloud House at Port Noarlunga was built in the late 1920's. The magnificent site overlooks the sea and jetty which leads out to the beautiful reef. It's homely...

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  • 57. Good Life

    Good Life specialises in pizzas featuring only the very best of local produce and using ONLY organic ingredients making it the only restaurant of its kind in Adelaide! Basic, minimalist interior but...

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  • 58. Nu's Restaurant

    Funky little restaurant on Gouger Street in the city. You should visit Gouger St at some time during your stay anyway because it hosts the Central market (Adelaide's famous under cover fruit and...

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  • 59. Mondo Food Wine Coffee

    Review written by my partner, Stephen for our webiste: Cafe Mondo on the Norwood Parade (on the northern side towards the Portrush road end) and were pleasantly surprised to be shown to a table,...

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  • 60. Vego and Lovin' it

    Vego and lovin' it is an Adelaide institution, and has fed many a hungry uni student. It is located in a tiny upstairs room on Rundle Street and owned by a local artist who's mosaic framed sketches...

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  • 61. Casuarina Malaysian Bistro

    This place is fairly out of the way in the suburbs, situated in one of the city's biggest shopping malls. I wouldn't exactly recommend tripping all the way out there just to eat there, but if you...

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  • 62. Jasmin

    Adelaide's oldest and best-loved Indian restaurant, established over 20 years ago and still run by the Singh family. With the restaurant set underground, the dining area is very intimate and just...

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  • 63. Ying Chow

    This place is so loved by Adelaide residents that despite its crappy decor and cramped atmosphere, it is almost always full, and its clientele ranges from poor-ass students through to rich...

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  • 64. Hahndorf Inn

    Every time we go to the Hahndorf Inn, everyone's in a good mood. There's just something about the place. The service is really good and so is the food. The food includes some German fare, in keeping...

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  • 65. Himalayan Kitchen

    This is a fairly small restaurant. It's quite nice inside but not posh, it can get a bit noisy like a cafe. The service was really great - friendly staff, meals came quickly - and the food was...

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  • 66. Oyster Bar

    The selection of oysters prepared in different fashion is rather good and includes the usual natural and kilpratick as well as some more exotic types such as oyster caviar, thai etc. The food is good...

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  • 67. Red Rock Noodle Bar

    The 2 noodle bars were almost neck to neck, in competition with each other. Having tasted success with Rundle Noodle Bar & Restaurant, me & my friends decided to give its competitor a go the next...

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  • 68. Rundle Noodle Bar

    The bubble that was noodle bars came to Adelaide even before they were big in Singapore. I was greatly surprised to see Adelaide being in the forefront of hip food concepts. I had kangaroo for the...

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  • 69. Star of Siam

    This restaurant has a real modern feel to it, and the food is to die for! It is on the expensive side....but you definately get what you pay for! I personally love noodles, but they do a fab tom yum...

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  • 70. Beyond India

    This is my favourite restaurant in Adelaide. Great food, good service, an experience you can thoroughly enjoy. The sort of place where you're liable to eat far too much. They serve the usual Indian...

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