Adelaide is unintentionally becoming known for its unbelievable restaurants and bars and with the fashion season upon us, it’s the perfect opportunity to try some of the best. From delicious burgers at Bread And Bone, to an asian fusion offering at Madame Hanoi, or even the fine dining of Orana. All located around Adelaide Fashion Festival’s home at the Torrens Parade Ground, cure those pre (and post) runway food cravings with our top five picks.
Named Australia’s restaurant of 2018 by Good Food Guide, Orana is known as the finest of fine dining in Adelaide and the perfect stop before heading to the runways. Head chef, Jock Zonfrillo, has won a well-deserved array of awards for his restaurant that has been serving since November of 2013. And with a tasting menu at $250 per person with $170 wine pairing, you can only expect the best.
WHERE? 285 Rundle Street, Adelaide SA
WHEN? Tuesday-Friday 6am-11pm plus Friday 12pm-3pm
Madame Hanoi is Adelaide’s favourite French-Vietnamese fusion bistro and we’ve already booked in for a pre-show feast. The menu offers a huge range of authentic dishes to share or you can choose the tasting menu for $60 per person.
WHERE? Adelaide Casino, North Terrace, Adelaide SA
WHEN? Monday-Sunday 11am-Late
Bread and Bone
Venture down peel street and up the hidden stairs and find the tightly packed but undeniably worth it, Bread and Bone. Maybe Adelaide’s best gourmet burgers and hotdogs paired with an insanely good selection of beers and wines. B&B also has a great choice of share starters, grilled meats and salads to cater to everyone.
WHERE? 15 Peel St, Adelaide SA
WHEN? Monday-Sunday 11:30am-Late
The only place for traditional Japanese Yakitori in Adelaide is the leigh street restaurant, Shobosho. $70 gets you an incredible selection of seasonal and fresh dishes from Appetite forExcellence’s Australia’s Young Chef of the Year, Max Sharrad.
WHERE? 17 Leigh St, Adelaide SA
WHEN? Tuesday-Sunday 11:30am-3:00pm, 5:00pm-Late
Think a mix between an old school disco party and a traditional pizza shop. Sunny’s is home to the best pizza in the CBD with some of the best starters we’ve ever seen on a menu; Charred cauliflower, pecorino garlic bread and a burnt brussel sprout dish, all to compliment the authentic wood-oven pizza. The ‘Clubstaurant’ is also open until 2am for plenty of after dinner partying
WHERE? 17 Solomon St, Adelaide SA
WHEN? Friday 12pm-2am, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday 5pm-2am
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