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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.
This serves pub classics with Middle Eastern, Indian and Asian-inspired touches. Plus the beer and wine list is 100 per cent South Australian.
A bricks-and-mortar diner for the food-truck favourite – with an expanded menu suitable for meat-eaters, vegans and gluten-free folks alike.
Italian-born husband-and-wife team Paolo Rosina and Ilenia Scuderi bring traditional (and not-so traditional) pizza and pastries to Henley Beach Road.
The Pizzateca crew’s second venue is a very traditional (but swish-looking) Neapolitan pizzeria.
An Asian-inspired “fire house” from restaurateur Simon Kardachi.
Fino’s 70-seat wine bar and restaurant brings regional dining to the CBD.
This community-focused cafe has comfy couches, a book exchange and excellent toasties.
Sustainability is the bottom line.
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.
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.
Raising the bar for Italian food in Adelaide.
Italian-American style pizza, pasta and salads from Andrew Fantasia, the man behind Hustle & Vine wine.
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.
A party bar where the pizza is fine.
First and foremost a coffee shop.
Creative brunches that don't rely on eggs on toast.
A unique cellar door for winemakers Lucy Margaux and Commune of Buttons.
This slick cafe on a quiet strip of the CBD is a true family affair.
This beachside venue blends New York-Italian food with Aussie surf club vibes.
Pat the resident bunnies, then lounge on the front lawn with a coffee or beer.
A vibrant space that mixes the cuisine of Asia and the Middle East with a dash of laneway attitude.
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.
The Mexican taqueria now has a second home, bringing its much-loved tacos, tamales and enchiladas closer to the city.
A charming French cafe that's a little bit retro and a little bit metro.
Come for big plates of lamb, charred flatbreads, ouzo shots and hip-hop.
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 light-filled, pastel-clad all-rounder open all day in North Adelaide.
A modern Russian gastropub.
Day through night, this lush alfresco space has you covered.
A brunch and specialty coffee spot that welcomes families with genuine enthusiasm.
A swish bistro from restaurateur Andre Ursini.
A modern, culture-clashing spin on Vietnamese food.
A California-inspired pizza bar serving Italo-American classics.
A cafe and roastery by The Loose Caboose crew.
A coffee shop with all the perfection and none of the pretension.
A suburban Vietnamese joint with a stellar small-batch wine list to match the street-food menu.
A behemoth brewpub, restaurant and rooftop bar with a star chef.
A traditional Neapolitan pizzeria, with ethically sourced produce.
With acai bowls, Abbots and Kinney pastries and Saudade Portuguese tarts.
This subterranean Americana-themed bar in the CBD uses a tried-and-tested formula: hot wings, cold beer and live sports “every damn day”.
An pan-Asian restaurant from 2018 Masterchef winner Sashi Cheliah.
Expert coffee waking up the old Regent Arcade.
Wood-fired pizzas and CO2-charged cocktails from the NOLA team.
“Oztalian” pizza and local wines to match.
A vibing Thai-Vietnamese diner from the man who brought us Mexican Society, Tony Tomatoes and more.
The pizzas here are made using sourdough bases, and they’re informed by the principles of the Mediterranean diet.
Drink wine like an aristocrat in 1940s Paris.
No doughnuts or bacon to be found here.