Adelaide diners are a discerning bunch, and they know great cuisine when they see it. No, much more, they expect great cuisine when they enter through the doors of a dining establishment, and if that establishment is one of the flashest hotels in the city centre, then their expectations skyrocket. Lucky then, that those that choose to get their fancy feed at Bistro 65, inside the Hotel Grand Chancellor on Hindley Street at in safe hands, as the menu at the in-house restaurant is Australian fare of the finest order. Book a table now and find out for yourself.
While there are dining destinations all over the great city of Adelaide that can cater for the expansive and diverse tastes of the South Australian public, there are few that can offer such a high standard of local Australian cuisine like Bistro 65. Ensconced in the glamour of the Hotel Grand Chancellor on Hindley Street in the city centre, they offer a menu that brings fresh produce, discerning guests and talented chefs together with superlative effect.
Finding the Hotel Grand Chancellor isn’t hard: they’re on Hindley Street in the city centre, just a short wander along Bank Street from Adelaide Central railway station. When you arrive, you will be treated to a menu that is short but punchy – the best restaurants that do what they do well, and there is nothing over-complicated here – just great Australian dishes, served as they were intended to be and cooked to perfection. Reserve a table now for a special evening out in Adelaide.
Excellent service from the moment we arrived, The food was also excellent and we will definitely being going back. I would highly recommend this place.
Have visited Bistro 65 many times and have never been disappointed. The food is great even at breakfast time and the staff are friendly and professional.
Lovely atmosphere with nice old world (think 1930's) classy charm decor. The food was excellent & the attentive service was lovely. It's nice to have your chair pulled out, napkin draped & water poured.
The restaurant, service and food were all exceptional. For entree we had the calamari and we both thought these were the best we had ever had,
My experience at Bistro 65 was quite different to the many reviews. I was not impressed with the ambiance.... it is clearly set up for breakfast service as you walk in. We were seated quickly and the view from the mezzanine overlooking Rundle St was pleasant. Staff were not overly attentive with drink orders taken and a long wait before they were served. The food was acceptable but forgettable which does not match the prices. Bill splitting was allowed which was helpful. Overall it was an unremarkable experience.
Visited BistroSixty5 after a Fringe show which meant a reasonably late dinner reservation. Only one other group in the restaurant when we arrived so was able to enjoy a very quiet meal overlooking Hindley Street from the mezzanine floor. Reception process smooth, hostess friendly and waiting staff very pleasant and attentive, without being pushy. I was there on a voucher which included two courses and a bottle of wine. Food satisfactory, without being particularly noteworthy. Share platter, as an entree option, could have been smaller. It meant struggling through the main course! Only two choices of wine; a Sauvignon Blanc or Shiraz, both house varieties. Our white, like the meal, was acceptable without being remarkable. Would be interested in dining there again to compare the full menu, and wine list, experience.
We have enjoyed Bistro 65 on several occasions. The service is attentive and food is consistently good. However I feel the menu offering for voucher deals has declined in recent times. But I've no doubt we will be back, with or without a voucher, as this venue has much more going for it - great city location, good quality accommodation and a fabulous buffet breakfast!
We had a scoopon voucher, great value! Bottle of Shiraz was beautiful, as was the platter for 2, steak mash and broccolini. The sticky date pudding and ice cream was delicious and the butterscotch sauce to go with it was yum but very sweet. We also had the Eton mess, this was my least favourite dish, I think the strawberries had been cut on the same board as onions which left an unpleasant taste. but over all was a great night and the service was good! Would go back again
The four of us really enjoyed our dinner at Bistro sixty5. service was excellent right from the time we arrived until we left. the foot was great and the wine excellent. I would thoroughly recommend this restaurant, which is nice and central, and has a good setting and not crowded even when their are lots of diners. Thankyou Bistro sixty5...
Service was professional and efficient. The food was delicious and of a high standard. The restaurant area is on a mezzanine level, overlooking the bar and entrance of the hotel. One suggestion - the live entertainment, although an excellent singer, was complemented by a very average sound system. Hence the music was a little loud and muffled. Overall, I would definitely recommend this restaurant and would visit again.