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The Best Restaurants in Adelaide (SA)

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Taj Tandoor

290 Rundle Street, 5000, Adelaide (SA)

8.6 / 10
343 reviews

Average price $35


251 The Esplanade, 3186, Brighton (VIC)

8.6 / 10
393 reviews

Average price $70


Level 126 Semaphore Road, 5019, Semaphore (SA)

8.6 / 10
94 reviews

Average price $45


Lvl 1, 120-128 Gouger Street, 5000, Adelaide (SA)

8.5 / 10
449 reviews

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127 The Parade, 5067, Norwood (SA)


129 North Tce, 5000, Adelaide (SA)


3/60 Main street, 5245, Hahndorf (SA)


669 Maroondah Highway, 3132, Mitcham (VIC)


217 The Parade, 5067, Norwood (SA)


18 Jetty Road, 5045, Glenelg (SA)


198 North Terrace, 5000, Adelaide (SA)


228 Morphett Street, 5000, Adelaide (SA)


252 Main Road, 5171, McLaren Vale (SA)


56 Glen Osmond Rd, Parkside SA 5063, Australia, 5063, Parkside (SA)

Pub Grub

32 Gawler Street, 5251, Mount Barker (SA)

Pub Grub

120 Church Street, 3186, Brighton (VIC)

8.4 / 10
100 reviews

Average price $45


12 Adam Street, 5007, Hindmarsh (SA)

7.7 / 10
30 reviews


12 Adam Street, 5007, Hindmarsh (SA)

6.8 / 10
125 reviews

The Best Restaurants in Adelaide (SA)

Adelaide is Australia’s most southern state, boasting one of the best wine regions in the world, stunning scenery and an abundance of fresh produce. The cosmopolitan coastal capital is bursting with culture and flavours, dishing up an impressive dining scene.

The city features one of the best food markets in Australia, the Adelaide Central Market. This food mecca offers a range of fresh food, as well as cafes and eateries. After a day of shopping in Rundle Mall, you might like to explore the emerging laneway scene of bars and casual eateries. Or why not visit one of the famous wine regions such as Adelaide Hills, only a short drive away. Featuring great views, modern fine-dining menus and an award winning wine lists, you’ll discover why Adelaide has been recognised as one of the Great Wine Capitals of the World.

Thanks to a smorgasbord of places to dine and drink, you’ll be sure to find something to satisfy your foodie cravings in Adelaide.


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