Grand Quest for good food in Adelaide continues...............each week.
In the past 15 or so years years I have had the pleasure to dine at
many of Adelaide's 500 or so restaurants and cafe's.
All the restaurant and cafe's reviews reflect my own personal experiences
at the time of my visit. These notes are a simple guide to dining out
at some of Adelaide's restaurants and cafe's.
Adelaide CBD - Gouger Street This is a very popular dining precinct of Adelaide. Gouger Street
runs east from Victoria Square to West Terrace with one of the entrances
to the Adelaide Central Marketlocated
at the eastern end.
easy walking distance to the restaurants from Victoria Squareand the The Hilton Hotel.
Gaucho's Argentinean Restaurant
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- North Adelaide. This is a particular favourite
area of mine, as there are 10 busy hotels in this very cosmopolitan
zone of Adelaide, and it is an easy short walk between many of the hotels
When Adelaidiens finish work for the day, you will find many of them
relaxing and dining out, somewhere in North Adelaide.
The north east section is spread along Melbourne street, with the well
known Lion Hotel dominating the corner of Melbourne & Jerningham
The north south section of the restaurant section of North Adelaide
is spread a kilometre along O'Connell street which is about 5 minutes
by vehicle from Adelaide's CBD.
Street North Adelaide - The British HotelClick
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