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One of the best places for mediterranean food, great desserts and starters. Unfortunately, usually very crowded and noisy.
This is an award winning Italian restaurant in the south of Adelaide. They use fresh homegrown ingredients, and it makes a difference. Very pleasant interior as well.
Pub with Belgian beer and pub food, good for larger groups. Very crowded on the weekends and in a lively area of the city.
Excellent blend of French and Australian cuisine, usually a booking is required. They have upstairs rooms which are sufficient for groups of up to 20 people.
Irish pub with a large restaurant and good pub food; can host a large group. Thursday night is quiz night.
A small pizza place with very good pizza and polenta, and also a non-standard selection of beer and wine. Not well suited for larger groups.
Excellent Vietnamese restaurant in the heart of the Barossa. Great wine selection.
Huge venue with outstanding Asian food of all sorts. Good for both large and small groups.
One of the best Asian restaurant's in Adelaide, but unfortunately often very crowded. They also serve some interesting cocktails.
Probably the best Indian restaurant in Adelaide. They have a separate room for larger groups.
A small Serbian grill with psychedelic flair. If you like anything that's grilled, come here. Try the ribs.
A great non-pizza Italian place in Adelaide. It is not easy to get decent Italian food in Australia. Somewhat odd venue, with long shared tables or small high tables for two.
Upmarket restaurant with Australian specialties and a beautiful view on the Torrens River. Good for functions with larger groups.
Mediterranean food, one of the best places in Adelaide. Food is intended to be shared.
Simple looking Vietnamese restaurant in North Adelaide, but the food is great and not very expensive.
Very expensive and very good Japanese restaurant located in the Intercontinental Hotel on North Terrace. You can watch the chef prepare your food at your table.
Very good Asian food, however the location on Glen Osmond Road is more remote than the other ones'.
Across the street from Gin Long, not quite as exciting, but cheaper and with better chances to get a table.
Upmarket restaurant with an amazing view of the city. Book in advance to get a table at the window.