The venues shaping this city’s culinary scene.
Here's where we're eating right now.
Sashimi masters and bustling ramen kitchens: where to find Adelaide's best Japanese dining.
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This neighbourhood izakaya shares a lot of DNA with its city sibling, Shobosho, but its identity is all its own. There's a clear focus on tempura alongside a line-up of dumplings, wontons and noodles.
An Asian-inspired “fire house” from restaurateur Simon Kardachi.
Raising the bar for Italian food in Adelaide.
The Pizzateca crew’s second venue is a very traditional (but swish-looking) Neapolitan pizzeria. And it's serving up pies that are just as good, if not better, than its McLaren Vale progenitor.
A suburban aperitivo bar with handmade pasta and a tight Italian wine list.
Fino’s 70-seat wine bar and restaurant brings regional dining to the CBD.
A vibrant space that mixes the cuisine of Asia and the Middle East with a dash of laneway attitude.
This serves pub classics with Middle Eastern, Indian and Asian-inspired touches. Plus the beer and wine list is 100 per cent South Australian.
Sit back, take in the view of the gardens, the food and your glass of wine.
You'll ask yourself the following when you enter Sunny's: is this a pizza place, that just happens to feel like an absolute belter of a house party? Or is this a party bar that just so happens to have fantastic pizzas?
Bringing the best of Osaka’s noodle scene to Adelaide.
A light-filled, pastel-clad all-rounder open all day in North Adelaide.
Italian-born husband-and-wife team Paolo Rosina and Ilenia Scuderi bring traditional (and not-so traditional) pizza and pastries to Henley Beach Road.
Italian-American style pizza, pasta and salads from Andrew Fantasia, the man behind Hustle & Vine wine. It's all within a space that looks ripped straight out of 1950s New York – make a beeline for the glossy leather bar stools.
This beachside venue blends New York-Italian food with Aussie surf club vibes. Every table in this expansive, 260-person capacity venue is a good one, but special points go to the balcony. It affords views out over the ocean and Henley Square.
Organic pizza and natural wine in a 130-year-old church.
A California-inspired pizza bar serving Italo-American classics. The pizzas here are undeniably great, but it's the atmosphere that will really keep you coming back.
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 Asian fusion restaurant merges Vietnamese and Australian cooking in unexpected and tasty new ways
This refined rooftop restaurant and bar is one of Adelaide's best rooftops. For good reason, from up high you can see out over the Governor's garden and the city.
A traditional Neapolitan pizzeria, with ethically sourced produce.
A colourful two-level Mexican-fusion restaurant and bar serving “trash can tacos”, tuna tostadas, Margaritas and Mojitos.
This restaurant’s line-up of Korean classics is bolstered by a sizable collection of sojus to enjoy with your meal.
This Prospect Road pizzeria has a freewheeling Italian menu that's not bound by tradition. Come for wood-fired pizzas, house-made pasta, a killer vitello tonnato and a lengthy list of alchoholic and non-alcoholic cocktails.
The menu hasn’t changed in over two decades – no one wants it to. You can find nearly every dish in the Southern Italian culinary canon here, but special marks go to the pizza.
A no-nonsense East End eatery doing just what it says on the tin: fried chicken and cold beer.
Boozy, casual, fun – this Palm Springs-inspired all-day diner is a chill hangout for grown-ups.
The Mexican taqueria now has a second home, bringing its much-loved tacos, tamales and enchiladas closer to the city.
A swish bistro from restaurateur Andre Ursini.
Good pizza with a good view.
This late-night CBD haunt dishes out great burgers, hot dogs and more to hungry revellers stopping by for a feed before bed.
The Mexican-born chef at this Port Adelaide taqueria makes everything by hand, in-house.
A modern, culture-clashing spin on Vietnamese food.
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 throwback to the classic ’80s American diner with beef, chicken and veggie burgers, plus thick shakes and sundaes.
Come for big plates of lamb, charred flatbreads, ouzo shots and hip-hop.
Real-deal Neapolitan pizzas and metre-long pies.
An pan-Asian restaurant from 2018 Masterchef winner Sashi Cheliah.
The popular Grange yiros joint get a second, much larger, seaside location.
The pizzas here are made using sourdough bases, and they’re informed by the principles of the Mediterranean diet.
“Oztalian” pizza and local wines to match.
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.
A vibing Thai-Vietnamese diner from the man who brought us Mexican Society, Tony Tomatoes and more.
Playful French fare served all day long.
Authentic, home-style Mexican cuisine made with imported ingredients.
A Riverland distillery in the city serving gin, vodka whisky, brandy and more
After a winery-hop through McLaren Vale, kick back with a wood oven pizza.
Get your fix of Eastern-Mediterranean street food at this second, city location.
A burger joint inside Australia’s largest indoor bike and skate park.
Taiwanese food for vegetarians and vegans.