Adelaide Restaurants

Adelaide is regarded as the food and wine capital of Australia, with 50 per cent of all Australian wine produced here. It is also home to the National Wine Centre and numerous food and wine events.

Adelaide has more restaurants per head of population than any other major Australian city, over 70 pubs in the city centre and the largest fresh produce market in the Southern Hemisphere – the Adelaide Central Market.

The main eating areas include the central market, Chinatown, Gouger Street, Hindley Street (the West End), Hutt Street, Melbourne Street, O'Connell Street, and Rundle Street (the East End).

Whatever food you are looking for Adelaide has it, serving food from all over the world, you will not be disappointed because Adelaide has one of the best ranges of restaurants in Australia.

Adelaide has many great restaurant strips offering everything from top-class cuisine to reasonably priced café fare. Rundle St has more than 50 cafes, restaurants, wine bars and pubs, and you’ll find similar quality and atmosphere in North Adelaide. Gouger St specialises in Asian and seafood, while The Parade in Norwood, just east of the city, has an Italian/café feel. For dining on the beach there’s also Glenelg and Henley Square.

  • The Big Table

    Right in the heart of the Central Market

    Big Table specialise in baguettes, wholemeal and flat bread rolls and are famous for our breakfasts.

    Big Table is also known for great coffee, customer service and Good Food and that is why people keep coming back.

    Everything is made fresh each day.

    Central Market - Stall 39-40
  • Citrus Blu

    looking for something new? Try the chilli chocolate coffee. Organic coffee and a large range of unique teas and smoothies also available.

    18 Union Street Adelaide City, 5000
  • Shiki

    For one of the best Japanese restaurant experiences in Australia, visit the Shiki in Adelaide. It is a 21-year-old, multi award-winning venue. Shiki opened in 1988 and remains at the forefront of the city’s Japanese cuisine.

    Elegant wood carvings, bamboo features and five open teppanyaki kitchens make dining at Shiki more than the usual culinary experience. Order a la carte sushi, sashimi and tempura, opt for one of the carefully designed set menus, or join the action around the teppanyaki grill as Shiki’s skilful chefs turn the finest regional ingredients into visual and edible theatre. Ranging from York Peninsula King George whiting with basil pesto paste to crocodile fillet marinated in garlic, ginger and fish sauce, Shiki’s speciality teppanyaki dishes are not to be missed.

    Intercontinental Adelaide Upper Lobby Level, North Terrace Adelaide CBD SA 5000

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