For the month of August, you'll be able to satisfy ALL of your oyster cravings, right here in the city.
If you're looking to escape the elements, impress a first date, or just want to find a fun little underground bar, this is the guide for you.
Adelaide's newest bar and restaurant is about to open, and we've got your first look!
The sun-drenched bar, eatery and dance club boasts tropical beach vibes, with a bit of Beverly Hills old-world glamour.
Vegans and vegetarians rejoice, Madame has a menu just for you.
Get your tastebuds to pack their tiny bags - they're heading on a culinary journey.
Eastern flavours meet Western dishes in this new eatery—spam meets relish and buns for an unusual burger and mushroom ragu is stuffed in a hot pocket. Mark us down as curious.
When it first opened back in 1973, the venue's restaurant was the height of fancy dining, and the first silver service restaurant in South Australia.
They were named 'Best Pizza in the Oceania region' in Italy in 2018.
With fantastic Korean food, K-POP projected on to a giant screen, and a cartoon instagram photo corner, this restaurant ticks a lot of boxes.
Located right in the heart of town, it's a casual bistro with all-day dining, top quality food and drink, and a seriously stylish fit-out.
Meet Malozzi: an Italian bar with wine, snacks - and our favourite bit, its own dedicated salumi bar.
Where else can you have a Scandinavian-inspired meal and also find your newest statement piece of clothing?
The catchy name comes from the Italian term scarpetta - when a dish is so good you have to pick up your bread and mop up every last little bit.
Metta Sol will be the latest addition to the ever-growing list of plant-based restaurants popping up around Adelaide.
And it has the backing of none other than Marco Pierre White!
The already bustling Peel Street welcomes a new addition to the growing restaurant and small bar scene, Sestra.
Rundle Street has become home to a new European inspired restaurant, Petrichor. Oh and their chef has worked in 28 Michelin star restaurants.
Forget bowls of curries - Javitri is breaking the stereotype of Indian food in Australia with a menu that combines sophisticated flavour combinations, with elegant, considered plating.
If you don't leave with a food baby, you're not doing it right.