A Comprehensive Guide To New Restaurants In Adelaide

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Last updated 8th May 2018

Here at Glam Adelaide it’s no secret that we love trying out eateries around the state. South Australia is blessed with incredibly fresh, high-quality produce and our chefs are showcasing this in delicious and innovative new ways all the time. We’ve taken the confusion out of choosing your next dinner spot by compiling the newest restaurants that have popped up in Adelaide’s streets recently. Commence the mouthwatering.

Boca Chica Bar

Popular dining destination 1877 Pasta and Wine Bar has been renamed to become Boca Chica Bar after getting a redesign of its inspiration, interior and menu. The now Spanish-inspired bistro and bar has injected some Latin flavour into the Sfera’s Park Suites & Convention Centre in Modbury. (03/18)

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B’Churrasco

10 to 12 East Terrace, Adelaide. Melbourne Brazilian restaurant B’Churrasco have brought their distinctly Latin take on delicious steaks to Adelaide. Primarily for the carnivorous diners, the restaurant serves up a mouth-watering selection of charcoal grilled (and locally sourced) beef, pork, lamb and chicken all brought still sizzling to your table on a giant skewer (practically a sword, really) by your passador who will carve off your own slice (or slices!) right there that you can grab with your own provided tongs! (03/18)

Slice of Brooklyn

Shop 4-5/ 82 King William Street, Adelaide. New pizzeria, Slice of Brooklyn, is bringing that distinctive ‘New Yorkapolitan’ style to our shores—pizzas take the crispy (not crunchy) crust and bright tomato sauce of a New York pizza and marries it with the high-temperature fast-fired style of Neapolitan pizza to give you the best of the new and old worlds. The best part about this pizza joint is, rather than having a set menu, they have a wide list of ingredients and methods for you to customise your slice the way you like it! (03/18)

BA:M

20 Currie Street, Adelaide. This modern Asian Tapas Bar is bringing something new, modern and fresh to the table! BA:M says once you get to try the true Korean taste, you will be amazed by its balance, harmony, freshness and healthy focus. Head on down and take a sneaky peak at this new modern Asian restaurant and its fresh take on brining back genuine Korean flavours. (12/17)

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Morchella

3/151-153 King Willam Road, Hyde Park. Colourful retro diner, Morchella, recently opened to fulfil all our suburban brunch/lunch dreams. Offering up all day breakfast (the only way to serve breakfast) and some truly tasty looking foccacias, sliders, and salads, the menu looks to offer a massive fresh variety with lots from the garden. We’ve been promised that the Grilled Portobello and Eggs Benedict will be loved by your stomach and camera alike. We talk more about their menu here! (05/18)

Ey Fonzi

148 Springbank Road, Torrens Park. Fran and her brother co-own Ey Fonzi and they want you to know that their family owned and operated business will make diners feel like they’re also part of the family. Interested in supporting local businesses, she assured us that everything is not only locally sourced, but homemade. Expect organic sauces (from a secret recipe, we’re sure), on the spot made dough and fresh vegetables. They’re also vegan and gluten-free friendly with alternatives for both, which means you can visit Ey Fonzi with all your buddies. Read more about them here! (05/18)

Krung Thep

147 O’Connell Street, North Adelaide. “Wok star”, Prachaya “Palm” Skolaree, is inspired by the rich and colourful history of his homeland. His new restaurant’s name, Krung Thep, is in fact the traditional name for Bangkok and represents their focus on the new and exciting future of Thailand. This is reflected in their menu, which brings you a mix of old faves and plenty of dishes you may have never tried before! Learn more about Krung Thep here. (03/18)

Est Ovest

Shop 1/111 Angas Street, Adelaide. ‘Tis the season for new, delicious Italian-inspired food joints. Est Ovest is an Italian restaurant dedicated to reintroducing traditional ‘Cucina Povera’ food or ‘peasant cooking’ and dishes that were originally brought to our shores by Italian migrants. This is homely cooking like you’ve never had it before. Read more about them here! (03/18)

Frizzo Cafe

64 King William St, Kent Town. Most of the locals already know and love Frizzo, heading in for the great food, delicious coffee, but what they may not know is that now they’re expanding and bringing us wine! The recent opening of their wine bar will see the team at Frizzo host regular evening comedy nights and musician entertainment, so you can enjoy dinner, wine and a show! There’s a little more about the new place here. (05/18)

Rustic Gourmet Cafe

58 King William St, Kent Town. Rustic Gourmet makes their delicious breakfasts, lunches, house-made cakes and take home meals all in-house and from scratch using the highest quality seasonal produce where possible. They’re not necessarily new, but their location in Kent Town most certainly is! Swing on by and take your pick from their selection of beautiful South Australian wines by the glass or bottle to go with your lunch—which is only offered at the Kent Town location. Read more about their new location here. (02/18)

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The Meat and Cheese Club

Shop 6/82 King William Street, Adelaide. The Meat & Cheese Club is a new organic and urban coffee and sandwich bar that proudly sources their meats and cheeses from our friends at Barossa Fine Foods and Udder Delights (so you know you’re eating only the best). They’ve opened up in the heart of the city, so swing on by on your lunch break and give them a go! (04/18)

Rosemont Hall

106 Prospect Road, Prospect. You’ll feel like you’ve been plucked and dropped onto the streets of Thailand! The hawker-inspired food hall is home to Sunnys Shop, Mr Chans and a seriously good bar!  If you’re looking for a lunch time spot they’re serving the on-the-go favourites like Bahn Mi and Cold Rolls. But, if you’re after something delicious for dinner, the sticky slow braised Beef Cheek can’t be looked past. The place beams nothing but authenticity and worth every penny! (11/17)

The Saucy Sailor

147 St Vincent St, Port Adelaide. Forget everything you thought you knew about the hot dog. The Saucy Sailor has just reinvented the meal and they are epic!! For example, fancy a smoked kransky with shaved chirozo, pear, parmesan and rocket with honey dressing? See…epic! There are 8 dogs to choose from all sounding bloody incredible! If you want to know a bit more, read here. (01/18)

Melt

269 Seaview Rd, Henley Beach. Melt has opened its 3rd location in beautiful Henley. Serving lunch, dinner and wait for it… breakfast too. That’s a Melt first! The location is beautiful, the interior to die for and the food is what we have already grown to love from Melt!  Find out a bit more about the new Henley spot here. (01/18)

Anchovy Bandit

94-98 Prospect Road, Prospect. A pizza and cocktail joint—does it get much better than that?! (Hint: no!) Coming from the geniuses behind Est-End favourite, NOLA, with a fit out by Sans-Arc Studios (Pink Moon Saloon), we knew this place would be a winner! The bar has taken it’s name from an unpublished Quentin Tarantino script from when the Pulp Fiction director was only 14, Captain Peachfuzz and the Anchovy Bandit. So not only do these guys know what we like to eat and drink they know our favourite movie too!? Bravo. Read more about Anchovy Bandit here. (02/18)

Francesco’s Osteria

146B Henley Beach Road, Torrensville. Francesco’s Osteria is the creation of husband and wife team Sarah and Francesco who are inspired by Venetian cuisine and unprocessed whole foods.They have kept us wanting more at their pop up restaurants during events such as WomAdelaide and the Fringe as well as their food stall at the Plant 4 Bowden markets and now (finally) they have their own permanent spot! Yipee! Predominately customers are used to their divine vego and vegan menu, but with a new location comes some fresh, new ideas too. Their new dinner menu will incorporate fresh seafood, think squid ink risotto! Good food that is good for you… sounds good to us! (01/18)

The Line & Label

31 Whillas Road, Port Lincoln. Set among the beautiful Peter Teakle Winery, Line & Label is the place for all those hard-core foodies out there! Open for lunch and dinner Thursday to Sunday, this is one of those fancy places you need to see what all the fuss is about! Find out more about this Port Lincoln gem here. (12/17)

Acacia

2/269 Seaview Rd, Henley Beach. Another sea-side beauty to add to your list! This intimate cafe offers you breakfast and lunch everyday and stays open until 9pm Friday and Saturdays for a very well deserved bevvy (or two!) Read more about Acacia here. (01/18)

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The d’Arenberg Cube Restaurant

Level 3/58 Osborn Rd, McLaren Vale. The architecture of the d’Arenberg Cube is out of this world, it only makes sense that the what is offered inside is nothing short of that too! The restaurant offers seasonally changing degustation menus, with an extensive wine list (obviously). The dishes on offer are creative and delicious to create an out of this world culinary experience. (12/17)

New Nordic

98 Prospect Road, Prospect. Simple food done to perfection is how we view the latest Prospect eatery! The family owned, Scandinavian inspired spot is located within the new the new Palace Nova cinema-complex and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. The restaurant has quickly become a local fave, so we recommend you book in to reserve a spot before you come in. The New Nordic is just a sign of whats to come for the up and coming Prospect area! (11/17)

The General Wine Bar & Kitchen

55A Main Road, McLaren Flat. A wine bar, open kitchen and a cellar door experience! Sounds good, right? Located in a 100 year old former general store, the General Wine Bar & Kitchen has such a comfortable, relaxing and warm feel to it. The open lay out means you can chat with the chefs which makes the dining experience unique. The menu changes regularly to allow them to deliver the best produce. They know good food, good wine and a good time—it’s like going to your grandparents house… you know you’re in good hands! Find out more here. (10/17)

Red October

22 Gilbert Place, Adelaide. Red October brings a piece of Russian heritage to Adelaide. With a focus on modern Russian cuisine, no where else is serving food quite like Red October. With stripped back walls, dim lighting and a secret basement bar, this place is just effortlessly cool. If you haven’t been yet, you have Tuesday to Saturday 5pm—1am to get your act together! Find out some more deets here. (11/17)

Salt

207 Esplanade, Henley Beach. With cracking beach views from the verandah and an extensive drinks menu that stocks some great South Australian Brands, this new restaurant at Henley Beach has opened right in time for those warm, balmy nights. Featuring craft beers from one of our favourites (Prancing Pony), as well as an exciting cocktail list (think Mojitos, Espresso Martinis, etc.), and a lush wine list—SALT is quickly going to become a staple on Henley esplanade. All you have to do now is kick back and enjoy the view! Read more about this here. (11/17)

Barossa Cucina

235 Murray Street, Tanunda. Reading this menu is like reading a really good book you just want to tell all your friends about! Yes, it is that good! Developed by celebrity chef Adam Swandon, Barossa Cucina offers traditional Italian food which shows off ingredients from local producers. It’s a relaxed, family-friendly atmosphere open every day for breakfast, lunch and dinner! For more info and some photos to get your mouth watering have a peek here. (11/17)

Bocca di Lupo at Mitolo Wines

141 McMurtrie Road, McLaren Vale. A new cellar door and restaurant called Bocca di Lupo is open 10am – 5pm daily. The $2.2 million project at Mitolo Wines, which received a $560,000 Regional Development Fund Grant, includes a contemporary cellar door and deck area for tastings, private members tasting room and an adjoining restaurant with seating for up to 100 people as well as a private dining room. Read more about it here. (11/17)

Treasury 1860

114 King William Street, Adelaide. Located in one of Adelaide’s most iconic buildings, Treasury 1860 has a menu that offers our international, interstate and local guests a taste of South Australia, introducing patrons to all that is available in our own backyard. They also offer amazing range of local wines and spirits, outstanding South Australian craft beers, fresh seasonal fruit and vegetables and an assortment of local meats and cheese. Read more about Treasury 1860 here. (12/17)

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Port Admiral Hotel

55 Commercial Road, Port Adelaide. This iconic pub has reopened after 10 years and a $1 million dollar facelift. Classic pub food can be expected from the Port Admiral Hotel as well as food with a little bit more schmick and full of fresh ingredients. Think salt and pepper eggplant with pomegranate, chilli and bean sprouts; 24 hour slow-cooked lamb shoulders; or just a classic beef burger with a heap of stuffings. Read all about what to expect from Port Admiral Hotel here. (11/17)

Pizza Meccanica

7 Hawker Street, Bowden. This trendy new pizza restaurant is a converted workshop, embracing an industrial chic vibe, complete with a corrugated copper (fully licensed) bar, marble bench tops, a wood fire pizza oven and an old-school red truck. Located in the booming suburb of Bowden, the gorgeous atmosphere and incredible pizza is not something you want to miss. If you wanna know more, click through here. (09/17)

West Oak

208 Hindey Street, Adelaide.  Bringing a modern take on the classic Aussie pub and focused on creating a relaxed and stylish space, this one is set to become the new favourite for uni students in the west end. The first floor remains home to the traditional front bar, the perfect place to grab a drink and chill, and now also the West Oak Deli, a cafe style space with a simple menu of toasties, pub sandwiches, cheese boards and charcuterie. The deli additionally features a convenient twist – a side access window that will allow passersby in Fenn Place to grab barista made coffee with ease. Upstairs is the Jolly Bar, a cosy and intimate spot with a killer neon sign that has all your gin, craft beer and wine needs sorted. So if you’re looking for somewhere to have knock-off drinks on a Friday look no further! Read more about this great venue here. (10/17)

La Popular Taqueria

226 St Vincent Street, Port Adelaide. Who doesn’t love a little taste of Mexico? This Port Adelaide beauty is serving up some seriously good, authentic Mexican just the way we like it—spicy with a lot of guac! Everything they serve is made in house. Trust us, one bite and a sip of margarita has you feeling like you are half way around the world! Read more about the goodness here! (10/17)

One Fork Short

23/522 Port Road, Welland. Offering breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner dishes packed with flavour and spices, this restaurant will have something for everyone! (10/17)

Midnight Spaghetti

196 Grenfell Street, Adelaide. Located upstairs of the historic Crown and Anchor hotel, Midnight Spaghetti has an old-school environment with a laid back feel. The food is simple and delicious and has a great drinks menu to match. On Wednesday they serve $15 pasta meals and $12 jugs of beer, which is just what the doctor ordered for hump-day! You are always in for a fun time at Midnight Spaghettitrust us! (09/17)

 

If you love eating out in Adelaide check out our Hidden Gem’s Brunch Guide, our Vegan Hot Spots Guide, our Adelaide’s New Bar Guide and our annual Fireplace Guide for cosy dining across the state.

And if we’ve missed any of your favourite new Adelaide restaurants let us know! We’d love to try something new.

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  1. The Pantry hahndorf is a great new restaurant wine bar with a rustic atmosphere and a great menu from a young up and coming chef. Come and see what is happening here

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