Eat & Drink
Eat & Drink
Adelaide is a small city with big culinary appeal. Award-winning restaurants, world-renowned wineries, hole-in-the-wall eateries, small laneway bars and stylish rooftops pepper the city and regions to elevate your senses and experience.
Because of its convenient size, you and your guests can experience Adelaide and South Australia’s expansive culinary menus, all in one trip. The Adelaide food scene is a refreshing celebration of its place and people, and with a direct line to South Australia’s best produce, sure knows how how to satisfy.
Located immediately underneath the Centre’s East Building, Home Ground is a thriving dining precinct where the city meets the riverbank.
Open daily from 8am, Home Ground serves up relaxed indoor and alfresco dining, complemented by stunning river views. It’s the perfect spot for a meal or a rejuvenating break between sessions.
Adelaide’s famous food market and Chinatown precinct is a must visit, located a comfortable walk through the city’s heart or short tram ride from the Centre.
One of the largest undercover fresh produce markets in the Southern Hemisphere, the Adelaide Central Market is an experience in itself, a buzzing foodie paradise with over 70 traders under one roof.
Grab cheap eats in the food hall, discover new cuisines in the endless variety of restaurants, feel the culinary energy of far-away cultures and sample South Australia’s freshest produce.
Restaurants, rooftops & laneways
Home to some of Australia’s best restaurants, Adelaide is the nation’s foodie-festival capital. A walk down Adelaide’s east end is akin to ‘travelling’ all corners of the world, through food. Explore Rundle Street’s restaurant strip, graze on the rooftops of King William Street, and venture to laneway eateries in the city’s West end. From intimate to indulgent, you’ll find it within the convenient embrace of Adelaide’s city centre.
Bars, Lounges & Wine Rooms
Adelaide’s beverage scene rivals its food options. We’re serious about our drinks, from coffee to cocktails. Our city is bursting with beverage experiences for all types of celebrations. Saké saloons, eclectic wine bars, big breweries, bespoke spirit distilleries, and you can’t forget the famous Australian coffee shops.