Food Drink

All the best Adelaide Autumn restaurant openings

Here is your mini guide to all the latest restaurants and eateries that have opened over the past month. Because we all love trying something new!

It’s no secret that South Aussie’s love to explore everything new across the state. Blessed with incredible food, wine, and local businesses, we’ve compiled a list of all the newest restaurants that’ve opened over the past month. On top of the newest restaurants, we’ve also included a couple of new dessert and café spots, for those low-key days.

Lombra

Lombra is the latest Italian destination from the team behind Bocelli on Hutt Street and Est Ovest on Angas Street, with owner Davide La Scala at the helm. Lombra will be providing Italian cuisine inspired by the Amalfi Coast & Campania region of Italy. The beverage menu will be reminiscent of the Venetian bar season.

15 Charles St, West Lakes SA 5021

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Zayt and Zaatar

With the success of the Campbelltown location, Zayt and Zaatar have decided to open up in a new neck of the woods at West Lakes. Zayt and Zaatar pride themselves on Lebanese fine dining, with flavours and recipes inherited from previous generations.

601/603 Lower North East Rd, Campbelltown SA 5074

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Valentino’s

Valentino’s has recently opened in the heart of the city so get ready to indulge in your favourite pastries and pizza in this stunning new venue. The ‘Tavola Calda’, directly translating to ‘hot table’, and is an Italian deli and antipasto bar, bringing you some of the best Italian food Adelaide has to offer!

101 Grenfell Street, Adelaide

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Horizon Restaurant

Ideally located on the picturesque property of the Barossa’s 1837 Winery, a new destination restaurant is patiently waiting to burst onto the scene. Horizon at 1837 will bring an elegant, sophisticated dining experience but don’t let the high-class vibe fool you, this place isn’t just your special occasion venue, it’s somewhere you’ll want to return to time and time again.

119 Yaldara Drive Lyndoch, 5351

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Thirty Five Stirling

Introducing new Thebarton café, Thirty Five Stirling! Taking its name from the address of 35 Stirling Street, the new café focuses on utilising local growers and suppliers as it takes its place within a burgeoning café scene across the inner-city suburb.

35 Stirling Street, Thebarton

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Kintaro Sushi

Exciting news for all you sushi lovers in Oaklands Park, Kintaro Sushi are new residents in the Fresh Food Mall in Westfield Marion. Their passionate, highly-skilled chefs produce a wide selection of traditional Japanese specialties, including sushi, sashimi, soup, udon, ramen, dumplings, cold rolls, salads and more.

Westfield Marion, 297 Diagonal Rd, Oaklands Park SA 5046

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The Kitchen, Bec Hardy Wines

McLaren Vale Cellar Door, Bec Hardy Wines, expanded its visitor experience in April with the launch of a new food experience, The Kitchen at Bec Hardy. With a philosophy of all things local, seasonal and sustainable, the kitchen is now open Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 3pm.

327 Hunt Road, McLaren Vale SA 5171

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Hong Tam

Hong Tam aka Pho Hong Tam, are now expanding its reach with an additional location being opened in Salisbury. The restaurant specialises in Vietnamese beef noodle soup (Pho) and other traditional Vietnamese dishes.

68-74 Daphne Road, Salisbury East

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Press Food & Wine

Press Food and Wine isn’t technically new BUT the restaurant has completed its latest renovations and it looks bloody brilliant. Alongside the fantastic renos, the talented Chef Tom Tilbury has launched a brand new menu, which commenced Wednesday 13 April.

40 Waymouth Street, Adelaide 5000

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Okami Restaurant

There’s not much better than an all-you-can-eat menu and now Adelaide has been blessed with not one but TWO new all-you-can-eat Japanese restaurants with Okami Restaurant opening its second SA location in Glenunga.

291 Glen Osmond Road, Glenunga 5064

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Luciano’s

After Luciano’s unfortunate closure late last year, the luxurious Marina restaurant has reopened on the down-low with new owners, a new kitchen team, and a fresh new outlook. Luciano’s is known for its signature dish – a house-made gnocchetti with South Australian crab, tomato, chilli, and mascarpone.

Shop 13-15 Marina Pier Holdfast Shores Marina, Glenelg SA 5045

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Pranzo’s

While not “new” as such, the popular Italian laneway restaurant has had a complete facelift from paint to pasta with authentic Italian food at the forefront. The dreary inside has been painted, opened up, tiled and styled. The large windows, concrete floors and white tiled feature walls make the space open and inviting with a casual bistro-style layout.

46 Exchange Place, Adelaide 5000

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Special Mentions

Dessert Factory

7 May marked the grand opening of one of Adelaide’s newest dessert eateries, The Dessert Factory. The eatery’s offerings include individual cheesecakes, cakes, cupcakes, thick shakes, sinful smoothies, as well as the divine sounding, cake bucket!

Shop 1/44-52 Hawson Ave, North Plympton SA 5037

Read more here.

Saudade Custard Tarts

Adelaide’s favourite Portuguese custard tarts purveyor, Saudade, has finally opened its exciting new store at the Grote Street entrance of the Central Market. After running a hugely successful brick-and-mortar shop at the Mitcham Square Shopping Centre, it’s great to see Saudade coming full circle by opening its second store at the place where it all began.

Grote Street entrance of the Adelaide Central Market (next door to Cumbia Bar & Kitchen)

Read more here.

Ballaboosta

Mediterranean food meets Middle Eastern at one of the Adelaide CBD’s favourite little cafés, Ballaboosta. The little café, which is currently located in a converted laundromat on Halifax Street, has now set its eyes on a second location in Burnside.

289 Halifax Street, Adelaide 5000

Read more here.


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