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Meet the Chef

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Justin Miles

Born and raised in Adelaide, Justin first learnt his culinary skills under the direction of Ann Oliver at Mistress Augustine’s in North Adelaide. He then travelled, working in London at Bibendum Restaurant, in the NSW ski fields and later the Noosa Springs Golf Resort. Joining Windy Point Restaurant and Cafe in 2008, Justin utilises regional, seasonal produce to bring our guests the very best contemporary Australian cooking.

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dined on Wed, 2 Oct 2019

We were very well looked after and enjoyed every minute of our evening :)

dined on Wed, 14 Aug 2019

The perfect restaurant! Beautiful views, stunning service and delicious food.

dined on Mon, 29 Jul 2019

10 out of 10 Venue , atmosphere and service was brilliant Will be definitely returning asap
Carol Atkinson

dined on Tue, 16 Jul 2019

Superb from start to finish.

dined on Fri, 28 Jun 2019

It was quite a busy night, so a little noisy for my liking. Food very nice - but perhaps too many flavours in each dish and all quite similar with a middle eastern kind of theme. However it was still very pleasant. We were told we would have one waiter but in fact was served food and drink by about 8 different people - so did not get to develop a rapport with any one attentive service person so to speak. Prefer to have a single named waiter when fine dining.

dined on Thu, 27 Jun 2019

The waitress was very helpful, the food was exceptional and the wine list was extensive.
Ross Onley-Zerkel

dined on Fri, 7 Jun 2019

Pork was slightly undercooked and they happily removed it from the bill. Everything else was five stars. Thanks for the amazing experience.

dined on Tue, 21 May 2019

Great food as always, super friendly staff and the festival of food deal was great to sample a few different items I wouldn't normally have.
Julian Saliba

dined on Wed, 8 May 2019

Excellent service, attention, cuisine, wines and ambience, stunning night views of Adelaide before us!
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About Windy Point Restaurant

Australia’s Hollywood Hills Perched on a cliffside at Belair (Australia’s version of the flashy Bel-Air in Beverly Hills) with panoramic views of Adelaide’s foothills and city is Windy Point Restaurant & Cafe. With old school silver service, a well stocked cellar of respected Australian vintages and generous locally sourced dishes, the stage is set for a truly memorable dining experience at this not so windy restaurant. The stellar dish her has to be the pork belly; sweet flesh contrasted nicely with a kimchi slaw of carrot, wombok and sesame on a smooth potato mash. And if you usually turn your nose up at surf n turf type meals, it’s worth giving Justin Mile’s pairing of wagyu ribs and just seared scallops a shot. With its genteel atmosphere, supremely comfy armchairs and captivating views you’ll feel part of an exclusive club when wining and dining in the hills. Best dish: glazed confit duck leg with cumin-heavy pumpkin mash



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