2022's Best New Restaurants, Cafes & Bars in Adelaide
Sample some stellar food and drinks at the best new restaurant, bar and café openings in Adelaide.
Adelaide is fast becoming a foodie haven, offering everything from French fine dining to gastronomic pubs, traditional Italian and sensational South Australian seafood. To help you keep on top of the latest and greatest to hit the city, we've compiled a list of the best new restaurants, cafes and bars in Adelaide. Whether it's date night, a social catch up or a work do, these venues have you covered with their fantastic food, pretty interiors and stand-out service.
Situated within the Sofitel, Garçon Bleu brings French fine-dining to central Adelaide. The striking interior features contemporary art, a pretty blue palette paired perfectly with warm wooden tones, lights that illuminate your table as you dine and fantastic views of the city. Heroing local produce, meat, and fish, the modern French menu includes delicacies such as chicken liver parfait, beef cheek with bordelaise sauce, Barramundi, and Veliche dark chocolate gateaux for dessert.
108 Currie Street, Adelaide
Drawing inspiration from its beachy surrounds, High Tide Semaphore serves modern brunch food and coffee in a casual setting. Formerly Whipped Bake Bar Café, the beachside venue has undergone a significant transformation – with a new menu and refreshed interior decked out with flowers and a mural. Expect picture-perfect pancakes, indulgent corn fritters, and ever-popular wild mushrooms on sourdough with house made beetroot hummus, as well as great coffee.
35 Semaphore Road, Semaphore
Serving up some of the freshest seafood from across Australia, Fishbank Restaurant is the newest fine dining venue to grace Adelaide CBD. On the menu you'll find premium grade raw fish, caviar, moreish prawn toast, school prawns, Port Lincoln Flathead Fillets, and pretty much any other fancy fish dish you can imagine.
Ground Level, 2 King William Street, Adelaide
80 metres of uninterrupted ocean views and modern Mediterranean cuisine made using local produce wow visitors to Glenelg's new full-service restaurant Coast. The light, airy interiors keep you relaxed as you dine on oysters and sashimi, king prawn fettucine and bouillabaisse, gnocchi and a vegan-friendly roasted eggplant dish. The drinks menu heroes local South Australian wine and gin makers, with flavours complimenting the sensational seafood from across the Eyre Peninsula.
18 Holdfast Promenade, Glenelg
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