Best Restaurants in Adelaide
Travellers will be spoiled for choice when it comes to dining
out in Adelaide where every type of cuisine under the sun can be
found in the restaurants, bars and cafés that line the streets of
this bustling city. Some of the best-kept secrets in Adelaide
include the authentic Asian cuisine of Gouger Street and the
traditional Italian of the Botanic, and travellers are sure to find
something to suit their taste. The nearby seaside suburb of Glenelg
is the place to go for fresh quality seafood where plump prawns and
tasty fish are the order of the day, while Adelaide Hills boasts
some great restaurants with spectacular views overlooking the city
Tips are not expected in restaurants in Adelaide, although it is
becoming more common in expensive restaurants in the bigger cities
to leave some money for good service.
The Brasserie prides itself on embracing the area's fresh local
produce in a simple yet innovative cooking style. With a lively
atmosphere, a warm and welcoming environment and mouth-watering
dishes, diners will be at ease in this modest eatery located in the
otherwise swanky Hilton Adelaide.
Address: Hilton Adelaide, 223 Victoria Square
The Apothecary 1878
This restaurant's name stems from the antique 132-year-old
pharmacy cabinets dominating the decor, this wine
bar-cum-restaurant boasts an old-world European-style wine bar
where diners can chat over tapas and a glass of their favourite
vintage until the wee hours. Open Tuesday to Saturday for dinner.
Address: 118 Hindley Street, Adelaide
Sparrow Kitchen & Bar
With its split-level floor plan, Sparrow Kitchen & Bar is a
unique and contemporary restaurant that serves fresh seasonal
cuisine and an impressive wine selection. Guests can choose between
either a relaxed and informal courtyard setting, or a more intimate
indoor experience when dining on delicious tapas and pizza. Open
seven days a week, noon until late. Reservations recommended.
Address: 10 O'Connell Street, North Adelaide
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