Restaurants
South Australia

260 Restaurants in South Australia

Enjoy some of the country's finest food and wine in South Australia's restaurants

Restaurants in South Australia are fortunate enough to have many of Australia's best wine regions right on their doorstep. Wines from the Barossa Valley, McLaren Vale, Coonawarra and Clare Valley are some of the very best that Australia has to offer and enjoying them in South Australia's great restaurants is perhaps the best way to experience these fine vintages. They also help to bring out the flavours in dishes that are the forefront of Australia's exciting dining scene. Check out our extensive collection of leading South Australia restaurants and discover these culinary gems for yourself.

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Tony Tomatoes

North Adelaide
Pizza$$$$
5.5/6644
Tony Tomatoes

Agatha's

Port Noarlunga
Australian$$$$
5.5/6331
Agatha's

Godi La Vita

Hyde Park
Italian$$$$
5.2/6132
Godi La Vita
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Farina 00 Pasta & Wine

Goodwood
Italian$$$$
5.0/6147
Farina 00 Pasta & Wine

Cucina North Adelaide

North Adelaide
Italian$$$$
5.2/6143
Cucina North Adelaide

Montezuma's - North Adelaide

North Adelaide
Mexican$$$$
5.4/6124
Montezuma's - North Adelaide

Cinnamon Club - Norwood

Norwood
Indian$$$$
5.5/6146
Cinnamon Club - Norwood

La Trattoria

CBD
Italian$$$$
5.4/658
La Trattoria

Gepetto's at Hahndorf

Hahndorf
Italian$$$$
5.3/698
Gepetto's at Hahndorf

Sammy's on the Marina

Glenelg
Fish$$$$
5.3/677
Sammy's on the Marina

Montezuma's - Glenelg

Glenelg
Mexican$$$$
5.2/681
Montezuma's - Glenelg

Mai Kitchen

Ferryden Park
Vietnamese$$$$
5.5/6101
Mai Kitchen

Blue Pepper Restaurant & Bar

Christies Beach
Mexican$$$$
5.3/699
Blue Pepper Restaurant & Bar

Ruby Red Flamingo

North Adelaide
Italian$$$$
5.5/686
Ruby Red Flamingo

Samurai Teppanyaki House

Goodwood
Japanese$$$$
5.4/671
Samurai Teppanyaki House

Carmine And Co

Port Adelaide
Italian$$$$
5.5/629
Carmine And Co

Outback Jacks – Glenelg

Glenelg
Australian$$$$
4.1/685
Outback Jacks – Glenelg

Tequila n Tacos

Port Noarlunga
Mexican$$$$
5.3/631
Tequila n Tacos

Viva Mexican Cantina

Semaphore
Mexican$$$$
5.0/646
Viva Mexican Cantina

NINE 50 Restaurant & Bar

Christies Beach
Australian$$$$
5.3/667
NINE 50 Restaurant & Bar
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    Explore the restaurants of South Australia's capital city

    Around 75% of South Australians live in Adelaide and these lucky locals have access to a huge range of restaurants. The city has an excellent choice of Asian restaurants, with everything from Indian, Chinese and Thai, to Indonesian, Vietnamese and Japanese on offer. The Americas are also well-represented with lots of quality Mexican cantinas, American-style diners and Latin eateries to boot. When you add a sprinkling of fine dining European restaurants, South Australia's capital can fairly claim to be an international foodie destination.
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    Discover innovative Australian dishes in contemporary South Australia restaurants

    OK, Adelaide may have given the renowned pie floater to the world but there's a lot more to contemporary South Australian restaurants than those traditional Aussie classics. For example, fusion restaurants take South Australia's excellent produce and combine it with European and Asian influences to create some truly wonderful dishes, like kingfish with black sesame paste and Coffin Bay oysters with a miso cream sauce, alongside dishes featuring locally reared lamb and cheese from the Barossa Valley, among a plethora of others.
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    Reserve a table at one of South Australia’s best restaurants

    All over the naturally beautiful state of South Australia are restaurants changing the food landscape one dish at a time. While there is some truly awe-inspiring natural wonders to be found in South Australia, it’s restaurant scene is an equal drawcard. And to book your restaurant of choice? With Quandoo, simply filter your preferences by cuisine choice, price point and location and we’ll do the rest. So all you have to worry about is getting your appetite excited for a meal to remember (and bottle of wine of course) and one of South Australia’s premier restaurants.