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Mediterranean Restaurant in Adelaide

 Cool down and refresh at Adelaide's Mediterranean restaurants

Adelaide's restaurant scene is a hotspot for travellers and locals alike. With Adelaide’s temperature being so close to that of the Mediterranean, this South Australian capital city makes the perfect location for light bites of tapas, refreshing jugs of sangria and so much more. With a range of exciting and diverse restaurants on offer, you won't have to travel far to find Mediterranean delicacies in this city, and with Quandoo you can book online in just a few seconds.

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The Little Eastern

The Little Eastern

St Morris
Mediterranean
5.4/65
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    Try something different in Adelaide's Mediterranean restaurants

    Adelaide's Mediterranean restaurants cover a huge collection of cuisines, ranging from the delights of the Middle East to the tapas-style selections from Spain. That means that everyone will be able to find something they've never enjoyed before. At The Little Eastern on Magill Road in St Morris for example, you’ll find baked eggs topped with sujuk (Turkish sausage), Turkish pizzas brimming with spiced lamb, capsicum and served with plain yogurt and fresh lemon. With plenty more besides, we highly recommend paying a visit to this Adelaide Mediterranean restaurant: you won’t be disappointed!
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    Explore Adelaide's Mediterranean restaurants

    Adelaide is a busy and cosmopolitan city of almost two million people, so there are plenty of suburbs and neighbourhoods to explore, each with their own character. The history of immigration to the city from the Mediterranean region means each community has its own distinctive culinary heritage, too. For example, Adelaide's Greek communities are concentrated in the western suburbs such as Mile End and Torrensville, while authentic Italian cuisine can be spotted over in suburbs like Rostrevor and Athelstone. Wherever you find yourself, Adelaide's Mediterranean restaurants aren't hard to find.
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    Enjoy fresh seafood in Adelaide's Mediterranean restaurants

    Seafood plays a large role Adelaide’s dining scene, and with its beautiful coastal location it's not difficult to see why. The city is located on the St Vincent Gulf, meaning there is plenty of fresh seafood available to Adelaide's Mediterranean restaurants. Whether it's smoked salmon you fancy along with your Mediterranean-inspired brunch or delicious Spanish tapas dishes with juicy prawns and calamari, there's plenty of seafood to enjoy.