If you want to know a bit more, read here. (01/18) Find out a bit more about the new Henley spot here. (01/18) Read more about Anchovy Bandit here. (02/18) Find out more about this Port Lincoln gem here. (12/17) Read more about Acacia here. (01/18) Hidden Gem’s Brunch Guide, our Vegan Hot Spots Guide, our Adelaide’s New Bar Guide and our annual Fireplace Guide for amazing dining across the state. And if we’ve missed any of your favourite new Adelaide restaurants let us know! We always love to try something new.
We’ve taken the confusion out of choosing your next dinner spot by compiling our favourite new restaurants that have popped up in Adelaide’s streets recently.
Jan 27, 2019
Last updated January 2019 It’s no secret that we love trying out new eateries around the state. South Australia is blessed with incredibly fresh, high-quality produce and there is always somewhere fresh and new to visit that showcases it. We’ve made the difficult task of choosing your next dinner spot by gathering the newest restaurants that have popped up in Adelaide’s streets recently, that’ll have you cheering for more. We’ve also included new cafes, because hey, sometimes we aren’t feelin’ fancy. Venues listed from those which opened most recently, to least recently (all within the last 12 months). chic rooftop bar Hennessy, and the upmarket Mayflower Restaurant. (1/19) Uncle, the former fish and chips-cum-seafood restaurant is putting authentic Hainanese Chicken Rice on the table. (11/12) Read more here. (10/18) More details here. (10/18) Read more about this great venue here. (09/18) menu, we’re in for a treat. If you wanna know more, click here. (09/18) More details here. Read all about it here. (09/18) Read more here. (09/18) More info and first look here. Levant Eatery has launched its second location. Levant Eatery first opened on the west side of Hindley Street and has been a hit with visitors who have been charmed by the culture spot. You can expect authentic street food, traditional flavours of couscous, falafels and halloumi in wraps, salads and sides alongside their fantastic Levant sauce. With freshly baked breads and wraps, Levant gives you the options on what you want inside but if you’re feeling indecisive they have their classics too. Read all about Levant here. (08/18) Read more about what to expect at Pan and Vine here. (08/18) Cumbia looks set to completely shake up our city dining experiences. You can expect a passionate and all-consuming fusion of South American cuisine, music and folklore. Think: global gastronomic experiences, fusions of traditional Latin flavours with a contemporary Australian edge, and of course, divine drinks. With tapas style meals and a range of deli products for purchase, there are many ways to enjoy Cumbia. (07/18) BanBan (the Korean fried chicken and beer bar we were waiting for!) welcomes foodies to dig into their traditional Korean dishes and fried chicken. Just a short walk from Gouger Street, the space is the epitome of Korean fast food restaurants, decked out in long, communal tables with muted green stools where you can share generous plates of fried chicken with friends surrounded by decorative neon lights! BanBan’s fried chicken dishes come in five different mouth-watering flavours, from hot and crunchy for those fans of something a little spicier to soy garlic or secret sauce. Read more here. (07/18) Check out more on Arbour here. (06/18) More info here. (06/18) Krung Thep! (05/18) We talk more about their menu here! (05/18) Read more about them here! (05/18) Learn more about Krung Thep here. (03/18)Read more about them here! (03/18) There’s a little more about the new place here. (05/18) Read more about their new location here. (02/18) 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)