Adelaide Restaurants

Melbourne, Gouger, O'Connell, and Rundle streets, along with the Norwood Parade and Glenelg neighborhoods, are the main eating strips. In any of these areas it's fun to stroll around until a restaurant or café takes your fancy. Chinatown is also lively, and if you feel like an alfresco picnic, pick some delicious local produce from Central Market.

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  • 1. Jolleys Boathouse

    $$$ | City Center | Australian

    Blue canvas directors' chairs and white-clothed wooden tables create a relaxed, nautical air here—which perfectly suits the location on the...Read More

  • 2. Nordburger

    $ | Burger

    You won't find too many burgers better than those at Nordburger. Just a five-minute drive from the center of town, you'll find queues of people...Read More

  • 3. United Latino Cocina

    $ | City Center | Mexican

    Long communal tables, funky artwork, and Mexican tunes typify this tucked-away little restaurant along the side of the new Rundle Place development...Read More

  • 4. Mesa Lunga

    $$ | City Center | Spanish

    This Tapas-inspired restaurant and adjacent bar is packed to the rafters most nights of the week. Head to the bar for the perfect ambience for...Read More

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