After closing for several months due to COVID-19 restrictions, one of Adelaide’s favourite food destinations is up and running again.
Foodies rejoice, one of Adelaide’s favourite lunch hotspots is back open for business.
With SA moving into stage three of the easing of COVID-19 restrictions, Chinatown Plaza is officially back open and ready to welcome in diners at their delicious food vendors.
The plaza and Chinatown, in general, were hit particularly hard by the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, so the many small traders need your help now more than ever.
Chinatown Plaza want South Australians to know that the precinct is safe and back open for business.
They also need your help to get their local businesses thriving once again.
Chinatown Plaza is encouraging foodies to come down and support the many the hardworking local businesses who have suffered due to not being able to welcome patrons in for some time.
It’s the place to satisfy your cravings for all kinds of deliciously authentic Asian dishes.
And with international travel off the cards for the time being, now just may be the perfect time to explore the multicultural food offerings available in our humble state.
Whether it’s Laska, Pho, or something new that you’re looking to treat to tastebuds to, Chinatown Plaza is your destination.
When you dine in for lunch or dinner, you can even get yourself a bevvy to partner up with your Yum Cha as the food hall is a fully licensed venue with a variety of local beer and wines on offer.
There’s even a cocktail bar aptly named, ‘Cocktail Bar’ for you to get your drink on at on Friday and Saturday nights.
So the next time you’re in the mood for a warming bowl of Miso, some hearty dumplings or something new, head on down to Chinatown Plaza and check out some of the diverse food offerings available at their seven local vendors.
Find a full list of the local businesses located in Chinatown Plaza here.
Open Sunday to Wednesday 11 AM to 5 PM and Thursday to Saturday 11 AM until 9 PM, Chinatown Plaza is located at 17 Moonta Street, Adelaide.