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A bricks-and-mortar diner for the food-truck favourite – with an expanded menu suitable for meat-eaters, vegans and gluten-free folks alike.
A California-inspired pizza bar serving Italo-American classics.
An Asian-inspired “fire house” from restaurateur Simon Kardachi.
Come for big plates of lamb, charred flatbreads, ouzo shots and hip-hop.
Raising the bar for Italian food in Adelaide.
A swish bistro from restaurateur Andre Ursini.
Creative brunches that don't rely on eggs on toast.
Spicy buttermilk fried chicken – with heat levels ranging from Mom & Pop to All Money In – plus waffle fries, mac’n’cheese, gelato and craft beers.
A traditional Neapolitan pizzeria, with ethically sourced produce.
A charming French cafe that's a little bit retro and a little bit metro.
A unique cellar door for winemakers Lucy Margaux and Commune of Buttons.
The Mexican taqueria now has a second home, bringing its much-loved tacos, tamales and enchiladas closer to the city.
A behemoth brewpub, restaurant and rooftop bar with a star chef.
Italian-born husband-and-wife team Paolo Rosina and Ilenia Scuderi bring traditional (and not-so traditional) pizza and pastries to Henley Beach Road.
This community-focused cafe has comfy couches, a book exchange and excellent toasties.
Sustainability is the bottom line.
Fino’s 70-seat wine bar and restaurant brings regional dining to the CBD.
The Pizzateca crew’s second venue is a very traditional (but swish-looking) Neapolitan pizzeria.
A no-nonsense East End eatery doing just what it says on the tin: fried chicken and cold beer.
The sprawling concrete jungle has a spacious wine cellar, a private dining room and a whole lot of plants. Plus woodfired pizzas, seasonal cocktails and a menu by an ex-Osteria Oggi chef.
This slick cafe on a quiet strip of the CBD is a true family affair.
Italian-American style pizza, pasta and salads from Andrew Fantasia, the man behind Hustle & Vine wine.
A modern Russian gastropub.
This all-day dumpling house (from the people behind some of the east end’s most popular venues) is a one-stop shop for Chinatown favourites.
This serves pub classics with Middle Eastern, Indian and Asian-inspired touches. Plus the beer and wine list is 100 per cent South Australian.
This beachside venue blends New York-Italian food with Aussie surf club vibes.
A vibrant space that mixes the cuisine of Asia and the Middle East with a dash of laneway attitude.
Boozy, casual, fun – this Palm Springs-inspired all-day diner is a chill hangout for grown-ups.
The pizzas here are made using sourdough bases, and they’re informed by the principles of the Mediterranean diet.
This subterranean Americana-themed bar in the CBD uses a tried-and-tested formula: hot wings, cold beer and live sports “every damn day”.
A former drycleaner is now the setting for an exciting drinking den – a cosy, cleverly designed natural-wine bar serving world-class vino, house-made charcuterie and cheese, and inventive share plates.
A party bar where the pizza is fine.
A brunch spot in a historic building in Port Adelaide with a focus on sustainability.
A cafe and roastery by The Loose Caboose crew.
A brunch and specialty coffee spot that welcomes families with genuine enthusiasm.
A coffee shop with all the perfection and none of the pretension.
This beachfront kiosk’s take on Goolwa’s famed pipis is well worth the three-hour round trip from Adelaide. There aren’t many other spots like it.
A modern, culture-clashing spin on Vietnamese food.
Day through night, this lush alfresco space has you covered.
Expert coffee waking up the old Regent Arcade.
First and foremost a coffee shop.
An innovative cafe and bakery with a refined edge.
A suburban Vietnamese joint with a stellar small-batch wine list to match the street-food menu.
A light-filled, pastel-clad all-rounder open all day in North Adelaide.
An pan-Asian restaurant from 2018 Masterchef winner Sashi Cheliah.
With acai bowls, Abbots and Kinney pastries and Saudade Portuguese tarts.
Pat the resident bunnies, then lounge on the front lawn with a coffee or beer.
A vibing Thai-Vietnamese diner from the man who brought us Mexican Society, Tony Tomatoes and more.
No doughnuts or bacon to be found here.
Drink wine like an aristocrat in 1940s Paris.