Adelaide's Chinatown is conveniently nestled in the vibrant South East end of the CBD. World renowned for its' international cuisine, Adelaide's Chinatown boasts some of the most diverse and traditional gourmet foods – an amazing blend of five star restaurants, food courts, cafes, wine bars and pubs.
Take a stroll down Gouger Street or Grote Street, be amazed with what Adelaide's Chinatown can offer. The variety of Asian cuisines are endless, such as; Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese, Thai, Malaysian and Indian.
With impressive gates at the entrance on Gouger and Grote Street, red lanterns, pagoda style roofs and a maze of oriental-style restaurants and shops, Chinatown is a slice of Asia right in the heart of Adelaide. The heart and vibrancy of any city is undoubtedly the food district; a place where people congregate, trade, live life and engage. In Adelaide, our food district is the Chinatown precinct and it represents a broad cross section of our multicultural community allowing you to soak up the diverse atmosphere of the precinct.
For most South Australian's their first exposure to Asia is visiting Adelaide's Chinatown
and for most Asian international tourists and students their first destination when arriving in Adelaide is Chinatown.
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