Comfort Hotel Adelaide Riviera
31-34 North Terrace
Adelaide, SA 5000
Phone: (61) 8 82121700
Fax: (61) 8 82122168
Situated in the heart of Adelaide's West End, this stylish restaurant lies close to the city campus of the University of South Australia and the diverse night-life of Hindley Street. Serving a mix of modern Australian and Mediterranean flavors, the place promises a great meal all days. Caos Cafe & Bar also makes for a good venue for corporate and private events and provides catering for all.
Is it a theatre or is it a restaurant? The dinner shows at Night Train Theatre Restaurant are quite popular! It's a fun place to take a crowd of friends who can handle a good laugh.
The Cumby is a multi-purpose center situated in Adelaide. It offers function rooms which can be used for parties, corporate meetings and other social activities. The place also has an on-site restaurant where guests can gorge and explore a rich gastronomic journey in the company of rich cuisines from around the world. The well stocked bar with an exciting list of ales and spirits will surely go down well with visitors. The entire place has a very charming and relaxed feel, which is why locals as well as tourists love to drop by. Call ahead for more details.
Expect fast and furious Lebanese food. Do not be fooled by the decor-the food is fantastic. The emphasis is on casual and cozy, with bright-orange plastic tables and a low, hessian-bagged ceiling accompanied by traditional Middle Eastern music. Well-worn plastic cups and jugs serve soft drinks or juice, but you will need to bring your own alcohol. Try the Lebanese banquets - the only indication needed by your waiter is whether you are "hungry" or "really hungry!" Check out their authentic appetizers and other gourmet dishes as well.
Adelaide's original Thai restaurant, the Bangkok, is credited with being single-handedly responsible for the growth in popularity of Thai cooking in Adelaide. The menu includes traditional Thai cuisine: arguably still the best Thai food in town, with an accent on fresh herbs and fragrant spices. You can always rely on some very fine curries, as hot as you can take it or as mild as you like.
The Dog & Duck is more then a simple restaurant with fancy food. With fun nights, great cuisine and drinks to die for, this place is a complete entertainment package in itself . You can take up a table in their dining area or the outdoor area. In case you are in a mood to prep things up, sit in the bar which has an over-the-top decor and wonderful drinks on offer. There are theme nights, DJ music and dancing on select days to keep you entertained. So, book a table at the Dog & Duck and get ready to have a fantastic time.
The best way to describe this wine bar would be: sophistication meets old world charm. The different types of champagne and extensive cheese platter will ensure that you come back for more. The Apothecary is also a stop for wine tastings, presentations, Christmas dinners, seminars and other such get-togethers. So dress up, step on the velvet carpet and feel like royalty. Check website for opening hours.
Set in the upper lobby of the InterContinental, Shiki offers top taste too. Specializing in tempura and teppanyaki, the Shiki's master chefs entertain with their spectacular table-top cooking. The authentic Japanese décor features teppanyaki tables seating up to 10 people, with each table having its own hotplate as a centerpiece. The local seafood on the platter is outstanding. The wine list is extensive and the set dinners provide an excellent method of sampling some of the house specialties. Smoking is permitted at the dessert tables. The restaurant is open from Monday to Saturday 6p onwards.
Red Ochre has long been recognized for its innovative treatment of native produce and has been one of the prime restaurants to experiment with bush herbs and fruits. The food here is fresh and the creations are contemporary, with a unique approach to flavoring and seasoning. If you are lucky the succulent and tender Wagyu beef will be on the menu, or perhaps the sweet and sought-after freshwater marron. The venue is a delight, overlooking Torrens Lake. Check the website for timings.
One of Adelaide's oldest and best Lebanese restaurants, Quiet Waters still provides the benchmark in this part of town. The dim lights and casual atmosphere give a 70's feel, and the prices certainly offer 70's value! All the traditional favorites feature on the menu: baba ganoush, hummus, falafel, kofta and baklava plus, of course, wonderful coffee. You can choose a vegetarian banquet or a special Lebanese banquet featuring some delicious lamb dishes.
The Marble Bar offers a very exciting culinary experience to its guests. Spread over a large area, the place is well preferred for its cuisine and the drinks on offer. They also have a private room for private celebrations during which they also offer catering services. If the food is not enough to satisfy you, there is a gaming room and the bar to keep you indulged. The Marble Bar is a complete package of fun and entertainment.
Tucked away in historic Leigh Street, cozy Rigoni's is the perfect place to retire for sumptuous meal. With fine breakfast, lunch as well as dinner menus, patrons hardly want to leave this place. Warm atmosphere, welcoming fragrances and dated wines have brought the not so ordinary also to this bistro's doors. Whether you are a socialite, politician or just a regular lover of a good meal, Rigoni's is where you come to satiate your senses. Bistro serves up its delicious dishes. Check website for opening hours.