Wondering where to eat in Adelaide? Here are some food spots in Adelaide, tried and tested by our own Guidesify Team.
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1. Peter Rabbit
Right in the west end of Adelaide’s CBD houses a garden oasis – The Peter Rabbit Cafe. Living up to its name, there is a real-life bunny rabbit in the cafe!
2. Red Cacao
If you’re around Stirling, you’re in for a treat!
Visit the Stirling market (held once a month) first before coming down to Red Cacao. That way, you can kill 2 birds with 1 stone.
3. Eggless Dessert Cafe
Calling all our Vegan Friends! Eggless’ desserts, food and drinks are vegetarian, egg-free, and do not contain any gelatine or animal rennet. Artificial colourings, flavourings and additives are kept to a minimum, and often not used at all.
The best part about this quaint little Cafe is that the menu changes every month. You won’t be able to taste the same dessert if you come back one month later, so hurry!
4. West Oak Hotel (50 cents wings)
It was formerly known as the Royal Oak Hotel and has been around for more than 175 years.
Located around the UniSA’s City West Campus, the West Oak Hotel has exclusive food deals every night, including $12 Schnitzel with Chips and quiz nights.
Currently, on Wing Nights Mondays (5-9 PM), they offer a basket of 12 wings at only $6. Isn’t that too good to be true?
Well, that’s not all.
If you come with a group of 4, they will even offer you a jug of free beer! Just remember to make a reservation beforehand.
5. Betty’s Burgers
Betty’s Burgers may be found all over Australia, but there’s only one in Adelaide. Take a bite at Rundle Street’s Betty’s Burgers, and you will fall in love with Australia’s classic burger shack.
6. The Messy Tomato
Made with fresh, high-quality ingredients in an open kitchen, The Messy Tomato is an Italian cafe slash restaurant which serves creative breakfast platters and home-made Italian lunches.
7. Hahndorf Inn
Although not in Adelaide, the Hahndorf German town is easily accessible by bus. Be sure to visit the famous Hahndorf Inn, where you get to experience a taste of Bavaria! That means this family-owned business takes pride in delivering premium, authentic products sourced locally and imported only from independent suppliers in Bavaria and Austria.
Located at the heart of Hahndorf, this inn is a true South Australian tourist icon that will liven up your spirits by a notch with its hospitality, history and heritage.
And they aren’t kidding about their hospitality.
There will be live music at certain timings, and their friendly accordion player might even take a selfie with you!
8. Skyline Restaurant
Source: Best Restaurants of Australia
On the roof of Rydes Adelaide lies the stunning Skyline Restaurant.
Here you have a bird’s eye view of the Southern Parklands and Adelaide Hills through the 360-degree glass facade.
Menus are changed seasonally, and the food would never fail to surprise you. Give it a shot!
Think there are more food spots in Adelaide? Do let us know in the comments section below.
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