• Jake Kellie’s fire-powered restaurant harnesses a four-tonne wood oven and a fleet of grills to cook dishes starring SA produce. Enter for modern Australian barbeque at its finest. Plus, thoughtful drinks and plenty of fiery open-kitchen action.

  • Johnny Di Francesco’s margherita pizza was once named the world’s best – and now you don’t have to travel to try it.

  • The word “grotto” alludes to someplace secret – a secluded cavern of magical quality – and this little pizza-house isn’t far off that. Make your choice, add a tumbler of wine (or beer) and nab a stool at the communal table.

  • This casual Korean fried chicken joint, by the Plus 82 Pocha Crew, is a love letter to the street food of Seoul. Grab Korean corn dogs, spicy fried chook and burgers to-go, or pull up a stool in the LED-lit, orange and blue diner.

  • The younger sibling to The Bath Hotel targets just about everyone with its pizza and tapas menu.


  • Small but full of personality, this Norwood hotspot pairs excellent coffee with contemporary sandwich favourites.

  • For those who love choice.

  • Hang up your bike and refuel with something healthy or sweet.


  • One of Adelaide’s favourite wine shops has expanded to Norwood, with a menu of brasserie classics by a former Press Food & Wine chef. As ever, the wine list is sure to impress: around 600 bottles are available to take away or drink in-house.

  • A suburban pub that offers more than the standard burgers and schnitzels.

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  • At this playground-inspired Korean fried chicken shop, everything's made by hand by Seoul native Julie Kim.

  • Hand-painted illustrations and whimsical ceramics.

  • An Adelaide crate-digging staple since 1988.