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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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Earths Kitchen

City Centre
Eat & Drink$$$$
1.0/61
Earths Kitchen
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