At Orana, the aboriginal inspired meals are exquisitely prepared with ingredients originating from native Australian meats, plants and herbs. The chefs seem to effortlessly conjure one delicacy after another, although it is easy to see that a lot of attention has been given to the flavors, texture and the presentation of each course and the paired wine. If you decide to dine out at Orana, be prepared to be amazed with the innovation and expertise shown in each dish that you are presented with. The service is impeccable too, with each dish explained in meticulous detail and served at just the right time making for a great fine dining experience.
Well known for its delightful Mediterranean menu, Georges on Waymouth us a popular crowd-puller owing to its flavorful food. The ambience is classy and consists of wood floors and high walls. Try the potato gnocchi, lamb press and the rhubarb sorbet that are the highlight of the menu. Apart from these, the menu also offers a delectable yogurt pannacotta that is sure to tease your palate.
The best way to describe this wine bar would be: sophistication meets old world charm. The different types of champagne and extensive cheese platter will ensure that you come back for more. The Apothecary is also a stop for wine tastings, presentations, Christmas dinners, seminars and other such get-togethers. So dress up, step on the velvet carpet and feel like royalty.
Mai Kitchen brings the magic of Vietnamese cuisine to Australian shores. Cozy, and filled with a warm, welcoming atmosphere, this family-owned and operated restaurant is the perfect spot for a laid-back family meal. Known for its authentic and flavorsome food, this restaurant takes you on a thorough course through classic Vietnamese fare. The menu features a scintillating variety of old-school delicacies, infused with the essence of east Asian culture. For a taste-bud-tingling experience, have a shot at the Traditional Beef Curry Stew, Broken Rice and Mai’s Basil Mussels.
Enjoy the sumptuous pleasure of digging into a traditionally prepared Italian dish at Andre's Cucina & Polenta Bar. This restaurant is known for its tasty dishes that are inspired by age-old Italian recipes. There is a set menu which is quite popular among the patrons. Wines are served here to add to the dining experience. The service is quick and friendly.
If you are a food lover, Press* offers a great-tasting menu moderately priced for a group of 10 to 40 guests. They also have a special roast suckling Berkshire pig feasting menu. Their head chef, Andrew Davis, has created a menu that brings on products of the changing seasons to the table. This food joint has a unique wood grill, which is an integral part of the kitchen and is reflected in the menu, as well. While agreeing that no wine list can be complete, they would like to add that some wines that are in the list are just perfect.
Treat your taste buds to some yummy Asian food at Mamachau. It has a cute little seating area and blackboard like walls with the menu displayed in bright colors. The menu is small but well priced and the quality of food is such which will leave you wanting more. Tender and juicy pork, crispy chicken, vibrant toppings all add to the wonderful balance of flavors. Mamachau's Bao (Asian Tacos) steals the spotlight and is most recommended. Money's worth guaranteed.
Inspired by typical French-style delis in Paris, Delicatessen Kitchen & Bar is a bistro that combines the wonders of British and French dining to woo the diners. Here one can sample Beef Cheeks with mashed potatoes and bacon, Moules Mariniere and Entrecôte 'Escargot’ that are rich in traditional flavors. The bar offers some chilled drinks to add to the appeal of the food.
For a good quality, well-priced cup of coffee, head to Manna, an institution in the deadline-filled business of print media. Located across the road from the office building of Adelaide's local newspapers; you can expect to share your coffee with Adelaide's journalists and local business people. Famous for its fresh pasta and other Italian delights, the cafe provides friendly service and excellent coffee.
One of the jewels of Waymouth Street, The Gallery is a rooftop cafe. It is located inside a contemporary art gallery that is spread over three stories. There is an extensive menu of tapas bites as well as an assortment of wines. On weekends, watch the cafe convert into a stylish nightspot as talented DJs takeover and belt out jazzy numbers. The entire venue can be used for private functions as well.
A wondrous Italian restaurant serving delicious pizzas and mozzarella cheese, Pizza e Mozzarella Bar is popular among locals. It possesses a wood-fired oven which produces amazingly fresh pizzas. Friends can share the mozzarella plates among themselves. There is an extensive wine list that pairs well with the food. The ambience is inviting, with a warm and friendly staff.