Adelaide Eating Out

Adelaide is the centre of South Australia's booming wine industry. And the closest vineyard is a cork toss from the city centre.

The climate is perfect for alfresco dining much of the year, and Adelaide's international influences range from the Mediterranean and Asia.

All this makes for a relaxed and high-quality food and wine culture where fine dining, cafe culture and great pubs and bars mix together. You'll find entire streets devoted to dining.

Any visit to South Australia isn't complete without a visit to Haigh's Chocolates, the only chocolatier in Australia that still imports and roasts their own beans.

South Australian Pie CartNear to Rundle Mall are Hindley Street and Rundle Street. A number of restaurants, bars and clubs can be found on Hindley Street. However, Rundle Street is a great place to eat out and is Adelaide's cosmopolitan and avant-garde centre.

Whatever food you are looking for Adelaide has it, serving food from all over the world. The main eating areas include the central market, Chinatown, Gouger Street, Hindley Street (the West End), Hutt Street, Melbourne Street, O'Connell Street, and Rundle Street (the East End).

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