Adelaide bars and restaurants

Discover the best bars and restaurants in Adelaide

Try a locally-brewed craft beer, sip on a classy cocktail, and taste hundreds of different cuisines at Adelaide's many bars and restaurants.

Adelaide’s diverse culture in its population is reflected in the incredible range of cuisines and restaurant styles.

Adelaide city has hundreds of bars, pubs and restaurants, ranging from casual and easy, to chic and sophisticated.

Adelaide City Dining

There are restaurants all over Adelaide to choose from, serving almost every cuisine imaginable.

Gouger Street, in the heart of the city, is close to the Adelaide Central Market and Chinatown.

Frome Street, Hutt Street and O’Connell Street are home to a great range of modern Italian, Indian and Asian eateries. Melbourne Street and King William Road cook up some of the finest French and modern Australian dining Adelaide has to offer.

Five minutes’ drive east of the city center is Norwood Parade. Dine al-fresco in a family-friendly atmosphere. The freshly brewed coffee and sweets found in the city’s many dessert bars are superb.

Bars, Clubs and Pubs

Adelaide is a city teeming with small bars and pubs. You’ll discover some of the coolest bars and clubs in basements, around corners and down alleyways.

Wine, gin, cocktails and craft beers are all showcased inside the many small bars all over the city. Our small bars are known for their great atmosphere and quirky décor. Peel Street is one of the best places to grab a drink (or two) in Adelaide.

Food Trucks

Adelaide has over 40 food truck vendors, creating a movable feast of locally-made delights. The trucks sell everything from burgers and meatballs to vegetarian food and desserts.

Download the Street Eats app on your mobile phone to find out where the food trucks are.


Rundle Street is a bustling, cosmopolitan mix of cafés, restaurants and high-end restaurants.

North Adelaide is home to many cafés, as well as local and reliable staples in the community. Cross over the river to O’Connell Street or Melbourne Street for some homestyle comforts.

Check out Peel Street for an eclectic mix of quirky cafés with Asian and Middle Eastern flavors.

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