Top 10 Places to Dine in Adelaide

Adelaide has an amazing array of food and wine, and it can be tricky to decide where to indulge in next! From gorgeous local produce and local wines, to world-class international cuisine, there’s something for everyone. Here’s our top 10 places to dine in Adelaide to help you decide where your next leisurely breakfast, business lunch or romantic dinner will be.

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1. Orana

Orana is a 25-seat restaurant where Scottish-born Jock Zonfrillo brings local ingredients and flavours alive. Enjoy a cocktail at the casual café-bar Street, adjoining Orana, before making your way to the restaurant to indulge an exotic lunch or dinner.

2. Ruby Red Flamingo

Ruby Red Flamingo mixes décor with a vintage edge. The tables are bare, the walls are colourful and there’s an array of dishes to share or enjoy on your own. You’ll find the best Italian classics here, reasonably priced, and with a modern twist.

 

3. Penfolds Magill Estate Restaurant

Magill Estate is truly a place to enjoy for a special occasion. With degustation menus matched perfectly with the right wines, this pavilion styled building is just right for a romantic meal.

 

4. Chianti

Chianti has been a popular restaurant for locals and visitors for many years. Long established as a well-known Italian restaurant in Adelaide, Chianti prides itself on offering classic Italian dishes that will leave you feeling content and satisfied. A mixture of Australian and Italian wines accompany your meals and it’s a great place to enjoy a meal in a lively atmosphere.

 

5. Shiki

Shiki is located with InterContinental Adelaide and is the best place to experience authentic Japanese cuisine in the heart of Adelaide.  Seasonal produce is used to create incredible dishes such as Japanese sushi and sashimi, tempura and teppanyaki.

 

6. Botanic Gardens Restaurant

Situated in the middle of the Botanic Gardens of Adelaide, the Botanic Gardens Restaurant is a beautiful place to enjoy marvellous vies of the gardens and pond. The produce is seasonal and they only use the best ingredients from the very own Botanic Gardens produce garden.

 

7. Luigi Delicatessen

If you’re looking for somewhere fun and delicious for breakfast or lunch, Luigi Delicatessen it the place to go in Adelaide. They’re a fusion of Mediterranean and health food options. They also have their own blend of coffee roasted in Adelaide that will have you going back for more.

 

8. Press Food and Wine

Press is both style, elegance and fun all rolled into one. The ground floor eatery is available all day for a small bite to eat or a glass of wine. Upstairs you’ll find yourself in a loft space, where you can make reservations for dinner. Press uses seasonal, fresh produce from local farmers showcasing Adelaide’s harvest.

 

9. Social Street S2

If you’re looking for Thai food, then Social Street S2 is where you need to be. The curries are great and the pad Thai is a speciality. Authentic and tasty, they also offer takeaway if you’re in a hurry or looking to enjoy it elsewhere.

 

10. Georges on Waymouth

Georges on Waymouth is a feast for the senses. With meals looking as stunning as they taste, you won’t be disappointed dropping in here for breakfast, lunch, dinner or even just a coffee. Locally sourced ingredients are important at Waymouth and the service is second to none.

 

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