The steamboat is more associated with Mississipi than Adelaide, but down in the Deep South of Australia, they’re just as fond of them as they are by the banks of Old Man River. Lyn’s Steamboat Restaurant is at the forefront of this in Adelaide, and their location up in Croydon Park is a local favourite, with a menu filled with Vietnamese staples and a few Chinese classics thrown in to boot. There are pho noodle soups and Peking spare ribs, Mongolian crocodile – no, you haven’t misread that – and Singapore-style Chilli. This Asian melange is very highly regarded all over the northern suburbs of Adelaide, so take the train up to Islington and wander down Regency Road to the point that it joins Days Road, and then pull up a pew at Lyn’s Steamboat Restaurant: just remember to book your table first.
The food was very nice and the staff were very friendly. It was an enjoyable night out with the family to have dinner here as it's local and big car park.
Lovely fresh ingredients displayed & served very nicely the stock was tasty condiments ginger & garlic sauce was a great addition to the steam boat most enjoyable will return!
We ordered entre and mains,they came out at the same time. Drink orders took forever and the wine was off. They were friendly when they first served us..