As well as the numerous culinary option in the city centre, Adelaide’s suburbs offer a diverse range of cuisines highlighting South Australia’s multiculturalism.
King William Road
Regarded as one of the best restaurants in Adelaide, The Pot has developed a stellar reputation for it’s innovative approach to modern Australian food. Next-door, Melt serves pizzas and tapas in an informal and cosy setting. Pour your own glass at The Local Wine Co, choosing from their extensive selection of wines – best enjoyed with a platter of locally-sourced edible goodies.
A new addition to Goodwood Road, Two Sisters Food and Wine embraces the local food and wine movement, serving a range of platters, pizzas and more. The Sneaky Pickle serves American-style fare including slow-cooked brisket and pulled pork, beefy sandwiches and sides such as mac and cheese and cowboy beans.
Ginza celebrates the very best of Japanese food with both an a la carte menu and yakiniku – an outdoor, cook-your-own Japanese barbecue experience. In the 19th century, The Cremorne Hotel housed its own zoo including a resident elephant. Today, this sleek and stylish pub offers bar food and formal restaurant dining with an extensive local wine list, but not a wild animal in sight.
The Parade, Norwood
A stalwart of Adelaide’s dining scene, The Parade has long been a popular social destination. Stone’s Throw serves modern Australian tapas and won the prestigious Best New Restaurant at the 2017 Hospitality and Catering Awards. The Colonist is a laid back, stripped bare hotel serving good quality pub grub with an up-market hotel with formal and casual dining opt9ions in a stylish setting.
Returning to the suburban food scene, Prospect Road is delighting diners with it’s exciting and diverse offerings. Anchovy Bandit serves wood-oven pizzas with local wines and spirits in a very trendy setting and Meze Mazi is touted to be the best Greek restaurant in Adelaide. Minestra (on Churchill Road) is locate in an old delicatessen and serves seriously authentic Italian eats.