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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.
Cos Restaurant is one of those places where you walk in expecting an enjoyable meal, and it always manages to surprise you. A charming little restaurant by the road, dining never fails to be a truly exciting affair. Seat yourself at the cozy interiors, or pick a table on the curb and prepare to be blown away by what this place has to offer. Designed to please the modern palate, the menu features exciting dishes, as well as a good selection of local favorites made with local ingredients. For a over-the-top experience try the Tasmanian scallops, Angus scotch fillet or the Mille feuille, which is certain to have you coming back for more.
Located inside the plush Hotel Hilton Adelaide, Coal is a luxurious restaurant serving traditional local cuisine. It incorporates the rotiserrie as well as charcoal grill to produce some amazing dishes like the Clare valley Cold Beef Filet, Pan Seared Robarra Barramundi and The Deconstructed Pig. Enjoy the fine food while pairing it with wines from the wine menu, featuring close to 500 wines. High tea is also offered in the afternoons. The restaurant is great for private functions.
Enjoy some authentic local flavors at the Blackwood. Set in a light-filled space with dark walls and colorful photographs on the walls, the Blackwood sets the mood for a memorable dining experience. As for the food, the menu is subject to change as each dish is made from fresh, locally sourced, seasonal produce, but one can expect dishes like Spencer Gulf Prawns, Board Baked Salmon and Chicken Liver Parfait on the menu. Patrons also have the option to opt for wine pairing with the dishes or call for food and drinks from the a la carte menu. Once you have relished the food and the wine, don't forget to call for hearty desserts like Chocolate Crémeux Tart. Perfect for a romantic date, a private celebration, or a sumptuous meal, Blackwood is a must visit during your time in the city.
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.
A host of awards and a lovely setting on the bank of River Torrens, make this restaurant a most attractive proposition for a long lunch or sunset dinner. With wood floors, white linen and large windows, Jolleys exudes class. The superb modern Australian menu changes seasonally although duck dishes remain popular. The desserts are luscious and an excellent wine list promotes South Australian wines, including reserves.
Red Ochre has long been recognized for its innovative treatment of native produce and has been one of the prime restaurants to experiment with bush herbs and fruits. The food here is fresh and the creations are contemporary, with a unique approach to flavoring and seasoning. If you are lucky the succulent and tender Wagyu beef will be on the menu, or perhaps the sweet and sought-after freshwater marron. The venue is a delight, overlooking Torrens Lake.
The Lion was once a hotel, but is now, in the management's own words, a "sophisticated restaurant, entertainment and functions complex". Few people have grown up in Adelaide and are yet to visit this city landmark. The eatery has won several awards, including the Australian Hotels' Association "Best Restaurant" title in 1999 and 2001, and was bestowed the AHA's "National Award for Excellence-Best Restaurant Australia" in 2002. There's also a gaming area where you can try your luck while nibbling on complimentary snacks. What's more, you can book meetings, functions and parties in their various private rooms, and grab the lion's share of votes as the host with the most!