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Meaning peace, comfort and relief in Swahili, Faraja serves international and local specialties at their comfortable premises on Carrington Street. With a hand-selected list of wines, signature cocktails and a great range of local and imported craft beers and spirits Faraja in Adelaide is a classy place to enjoy a lovely time out with friends, family or coworkers. There’s even brunch on the weekends, and we can assure you, you’ll be visiting this Adelaide CBD spot as often as you can!
As usual, the food, atmosphere and hospitality at Faraja was excellent. Our party of five all enjoyed our meals and drinks. We will be back to dine at Faraja again in the near future.
great food, lovely atmosphere; occasionally waiting staff were slow to notice us and the wine choices were a little limited but this is very good place for a long chat in a very friendly environment
This is a great dining experience!! Always love it. Great service and the new place is really good, still relaxed but always interesting and fun
Faraja is one of those rare places where upon entering, you feel immediately welcomed. With a casual feel on the inside, it’s easy to while away the hours at this lovely CBD international restaurant and bar. The cocktail menu alone is enough to draw in hordes of local diners – order creations like the Minted Santorini, Hendrix Martini or a Dirty Harry. The wine list at this Adelaide gem on Carrington St full of great varietals from both local and international vineyards, so order a glass or bottle and drink up!
Stop by this city centre spot during lunch for affordable specials including options like Faraja’s fish ‘n’ chips or quinoa and roast pumpkin and hazelnut salad. Or grab a quick healthy takeaway lunch roll or salad box loaded with fresh salads and slow cooked lamb, grilled chicken or even pork and fennel meatballs . At dinner time, diners can choose from smaller dishes called pots, or the larger plates – the idea is that diners should mix and match the dishes to have a meal that’s as communal as possible. This international restaurant in Adelaide’s CBD provides the perfect excuse to get out of the house and try something new, just make sure to book ahead to get the full experience!