Food Drink

Eat around the world in Port Adelaide’s dining precinct with 17 vendors

Featuring a stellar line-up of 17 deluxe casual dining quick-bite and takeaway eateries, Port Adelaide Plaza takes you around the world with cuisines.

Port Adelaide’s renowned retail hub, Port Adelaide Plaza has unveiled a stunning casual dining precinct.

Featuring a stellar line-up of 17 deluxe casual dining quick-bite and takeaway eateries, its range of offerings take you around the world with cuisines.

Open for breakfast lunch and dinner until late, 7 days a week the dining precinct is great way to discover Port Adelaide Plaza.

Adelaide loves a food precinct – a hub where you can get coffee, snacks, lunch, dinner and more.

This highly prized and sophisticated dining precinct at Port Adelaide is populated by creative and tasty eateries perfect the indecisive and time-poor.

From sweet to savoury, a world of great eats has landed at Port Adelaide Plaza. Discover them below:

Ban Ban

Korean Fried Chicken – Ban Ban is a “chimaek” diner. Chimaek is a portmanteau of chicken and maekju (Korean for beer).

Korean Hite and Cass beers are on the drinks list as well as five types of soju, makgeolli, and a soju-based cocktail list. This includes a Korean Screwdriver, Seoul-jito (a soju-based mojito), Bong Bong (beer and grapefruit) and a soju bomb (beer shaken and fired into a glass of soju).

Ban Ban’s Port Adelaide Plaza store has been designed by award winning Genesin Studio.

Boost Juice

A shopping precinct is not complete without a beloved Boost Juice store. Port Adelaide Plaza is home to one of the 580 Boost stores around the world. With refreshing smoothies and juices make on the spot the iconic bar keeps you cool all year-round.

Captain Chicken & Seafood

Tasty chicken, nice chips and excellent salads. Captain Chicken & Seafood is a delicious place to grab a solo lunch or dinner or to pick up something for the whole family.

CupKates Desserts

When was the last time you were able to go out and buy a chocolate ripple cake that wasn’t factory made?

CupKates are all about making old school favourites from quality local ingredients and best of all, by hand.

Funk Coffee + Food

This café offers a fresh flavour and coffee culture to the heart of Port Adelaide. Sourcing fresh and local produce from South Australian producers, the popular coffee operator has created a menu that is fun and fresh with delicious seasonal specials to cater for a range of palates including gluten free and vegetarian options.

With Baristas that are trained in the art of making a damn fine cup of coffee, Funk Coffee + Food makes for an amazing coffee and food experience.

L.Law Boutique Cafe, Bar, Wine

LLaw brings a unique experience combining hospitality and boutique retail. The menu offers high quality, imaginative, health conscious and modern cuisine. L. Law was established in 2011, with a cafe called Delish Real Food, located in Adelaide CBD.

As food culture has grown and changed over time, the L. Law team have created a multicultural infusion menu. In 2019, L. Law became partners in McLaren Vale Boutique winery, Cape Barren to expand the experience into Food + Wine combination.

The Original Pancake Kitchen 

The Original Pancake Kitchen has become an Adelaide icon, a place where people can come and feel welcome.

Some come to reminisce over the good old days, others to be a part of history and quite a lot come because it’s fun, a place where you can get great food and great service.

For whatever reason they come to The Original Pancake Kitchen they always have a uniquely original dining experience.

Lone Star Rib House & Brews

With a prime corner location seating 200 for either indoor or outdoor dining, Lone Star Rib House is open from 11.30am for lunch and dinner, 7 days a week.

Offering a new ‘United Tastes of America’ themed experience and menu. Owner and hospitality entrepreneur, Ranjeet Singh has operated local Port Adelaide favourite Spice N Ice Indian Restaurant in St Vincent Street for over 6 years.

“I wanted to bring an amazing experience and delicious food to my community, and the locals love Lonestar Rib House & Brews,” Ranjeet said.

“Port Adelaide Plaza is a great 4 of 5 opportunity for us because of the excellent location and in addition, the centre offers an easy and accessible dining precinct with great design and exposure to the external.”

Shanghai Tea House

Shanghai Tea House offers an authentic yum cha experience. Yum cha involves small portions of steamed, pan-fried or deep-fried dim sum which gives patrons the opportunity to share and taste a variety of appetiser sized dishes.

Bringing to Port Adelaide a modern and fresh take on the traditional yum cha, at Shanghai Teahouse you can enjoy yum cha, all day and night, seven days a week.

Niji Sushi

Melding modern and ancient techniques, Niji Sushi is where every detail is considered and its super fresh.

Sorriso Cucina Italiana

Sorriso Cucina Italiana is an Italian kitchen, inspired by the recipes handed down from generation to generation.

Their menu evokes memories of making pasta, biscuits and pizza with nonna with simple foods that hold onto the artisan philosophy of food.

Experience handmade dishes using the freshest ingredients that speak for themselves. Created by Nancy & Sam, Sorriso is the little sister to Svago in Unley, SA.

Sorriso is a special endeavour to bring a touch of their family traditions to the western suburbs.


Soonta is a healthy Vietnamese restaurant with a popular following in the South Australian community.

Dale Zheng is one of the creative minds behind Soonta, offering healthy takeaway with refreshing dishes including salad bowls, banh mi, cold rolls and more.

St Georges Bakehouse

After first opened 31 years ago on Portrush Road in Linden Park, St Georges Bakehouse now has 10 stores around Adelaide. Winners of the best ‘Chunky Steak Pie’ in Australia for two years running in 2010 and 2011, owners Donia, Robin and Raid Mounzer say they follow four simple steps:

“QSVC: Q – Quality, S – Service, V – Value and C – Cleanliness are the special secrets to having a successful bakery business,” they say.

Sushi Hiro

Featuring over 120 dishes, the best of Japanese cuisine offers a menu freshly made to order with a wide range of gluten free and vegan options.

Sushi tasting platters of freshly farmed Tasmanian salmon and ocean-caught seafood are partnered with fresh regional produce.

Heading up the kitchen is ex Nobu chef Razmy 5 of 5 Gaffer from Melbourne.

Razmy has +29 years of experience and is responsible for creating Sushi Hiro’s menu.

Sushi Hiro’s focus is serving people looking to have a great time while they enjoy the best of Japanese cuisine dishes, freshly made to order with a wide range of gluten free and vegan options.

S2 Thai

Social Street S2 is the Thai restaurant that has Adelaide talking- and now they’ve brought their unique twist on south-east Asian street food to Port Adelaide.

After a successful venture at Social Street S2’s intimate CBD location, the enthusiastic restaurant is now open right in the heart of Port Adelaide Plaza with S2 Thai.

Featuring the same vibrant and fun menu that Social Street S2 has made itself so well-known for, you won’t have to worry about missing out on the iconic favourites.

Chicken Pad Thai anyone?


Ucool is a funky dessert and bubble tea bar. The family owned business began operating in the northern suburbs of Adelaide in 2019.

Owner’s Hannah and Sam looked at the migration of young families to Port Adelaide and surrounding areas as a real draw card for the funky dessert and bubble tea bar.

Yiros Central

Yiros Central has over 25 years of experience in hospitality and pride themselves as a South Australian family-owned business.

Boasting fresh food and produce that is prepped on site daily, diners look forward to mouth-watering food.

There’s yiros and wraps packed with quality meats, falafel, and AB’s served with salad and flavour-packed home-made sauces. There’s Turkish pastries filled with delectable savoury fillings and for the sweet tooths, Baklava and Turkish Delight.

A true one-stop destination for foodies, families and the health conscious, Port Adelaide Plaza also boasts a dynamic mix of fresh seafood, bakery, meat, poultry and casual dining options alongside Aldi Coles, and Kmart and 60+ retail stores and services.

Port Adelaide Plaza is located at 200-220 Commercial Rd, Port Adelaide SA.

Find out more about Port Adelaide Plaza here.

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