Comfort Hotel Highlander
647 North East Road
Gilles Plains, SA 5086
Phone: (61) 8 82615288
Fax: (61) 8 83690643
Bars & Cafes
Whatever the time of day this restaurant is busy, and not just for the pizzas:the atmosphere is terrific. Caffe Buongiorno Tea Tree Plus is cozy and remains busy at all times of the day. Be at ease with just a newspaper as you make small talk with friends. The open kitchen sends out tantalizing wafts of freshly cooked dishes. The specialty of the house is delicious risotto, mouthwatering pastas and pizzas. Try either with accompanying vegetables and a glass of wine. Come, indulge yourself in a true Italian meal! Open from 8.30a daily; check website for more details.
Located on the busy northern suburb of the city, Tea Tree Gully Hotel is a perfect place to host social events. The place is all inclusive of a gourmet and spacious setup divided into 3 bars and a dining room and garden restaurant. You can try some of the exotic dishes from the Australian cuisine which comprises of food with authentic traditional Australian flavors. The beer garden is ideal for parties and is well decked with variety of beverages. Various special offers and happy hour pricing makes this place a must visit for those looking for a budget eatery in this part of the city. Call for more information.
Located conveniently in the center of this scenic town is this beautiful eatery the Village. The place offers an array of mouth watering and tongue tantalizing dishes that make this diner a favorite with the locals. And for those whose idea of entertainment goes well beyond only dining, there are special events nights to keep you entertained. The Village is also used to host private events and co-operate functions. If you are looking for a place to have a meal, The Village is the place to go.
The well furnished Oriental Hotel and its various facilities provide a place which is a perfect hangout hub for one and all. With variety of beverages and delicacies served by the house, you can also host a family function at the venue as it takes care of your dining and catering needs throughout the event. The nights are ruled by the DJs of the house who are well equipped with magical house and rock music. A perfect place to party on the exquisitely designed dance floor, call or visit their website for more information.
One of Adelaide's most colorful "Inns" established in 1848 by John Collard Cocker, a first-class Adelaide cricketer who designed the delightful Adelaide Oval. A simple, friendly pub tucked away in a quiet corner of beautiful, wide Stanley Street. Family owned and run, the hotel has barely altered in 152 years, with a strict no gaming machine/no gambling rule. Two beer gardens are used for popular outdoor events, such as regular screenings of old black and white "reel to reel" films - complete with popcorn! Check out the reasonably priced, country-sized pub meals, from pasta to steak.
Twelve years on, this is still one of Adelaide's most unusual cafes. You can not help but love its intimate atmosphere. Kitsch, cluttered and dimly lit, this tiny cafe seats only about 20 at a time - you may have to wait outside for a table! Sink into a two or four person booth, sheltered by large cane fans and screens. Try gourmet coffees and teas, snacks and cakes - perfect for a late night rendezvous. Try coffee Africana - coffee, chocolate, rum and orange topped with cream and chocolate.
The Store is originally one of Adelaide's oldest general stores, this cafe and grocery outlet is pure South Australia. The owners have retained an old world, rustic feel in the dining area, highlighting the finest South Australian produce available, in good, honest "no frills" cooking. This is a popular spot for Sunday morning breakfast. There is a great dinner menu and local wine list, of course.
Tincat Cafe Restaurant and Gallery is a cute cafe nestled in a spruce old mansion just east of the city center. Hidden in the suburbs, this breezy diner is an ideal spot to get away from Rundle Street's party crowds. The Tin Cat's bright colors, local modern art and groovy melodies lend a cheerful vibe and an alternative edge. Gay-friendly, the place attracts many hip and arty patrons. The Tin Cat Cafe serves modern Australian dishes at reasonable prices. The cafe is open for most of the week for brunch and dinner, kindly check the website for details.
The British was established in 1838 and is one of South Australia's best-known and most historic pubs. Full of old-world charm and atmosphere with an elegant garden courtyard, this hotel makes a great place to unwind. The restaurant serves a wide range of modern Australian cuisine, specialising in meat dishes. Alternatively, visitors can cook their own meals on the courtyard barbecue. Anyone with a taste for fine wine and beer will not be disappointed.
Caledonian Hotel Cafe is known for its neatness and clean lines are a proof of that. Each entertainment area is effectively separated. The pub houses a top class restaurant called Barton's, which was chosen as the Best New Restaurant at the 2004 Restaurant Awards for Excellence and won the Best Restaurant at the Australian Hotel Awards SA. Barton's is known for its fabulous Australian cuisine with a special Mediterranean twist. Try dishes like Seared Ravioli of Quail or the Grilled Veal Loin. Guests can munch on something lighter from the cafe menu accompanied by a drink from the lively bar. Whether you are here for a fast bite, elaborate meal or just to have a good time at the bar, this place has it all. From noisy drinking sessions to intimate meals, everyone can have their kind of fun.
Living up to its name, Paesano, meaning "mate" or "local", Caffe Paesano is a popular spot for friends to share a good meal. The restaurant boasts a large airy eating area, with friendly services and a great ambiance. You can enjoy an excellent range of pastas, appetizers and a wines. A nice, casual place to enjoy the evening.
The Royal Oak is one of North Adelaide's most popular pubs, with a fabulous, friendly atmosphere. Well-dressed locals enjoy the relaxed ambiance and live music. The pub exudes a retro flavor throughout, with a black-and-white television, a complete collection of flying ducks and enameled scallops - plus well-loved musical instruments suspended from the walls. The dining area features authentic laminated tables and kitchen chairs from the 1960s. Alternatively, go alfresco at the beautiful mosaic tables on the front pavement. Fresh, local cuisine is featured daily. Specialties include vegetables wrapped and steamed in paperbark.