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As started by Pablo on PIO ( PIO - Original Thread ) thought it'd be a good one to have on here to! A thread to suggest places to eat/ drink/ socialise/ live music/ good ol' proper pubs... whatever you fancy! Might be good for newbies to find somewhere try or for those who've been in Adelaide for a while to try something new! I'll get it started: Duke of York, Currie St - cheap beer, great atmosphere for after work drinkies and really good and cheap food (3 dollar pizza if memory serves!) Ying Chow, Gouger St - brilliant chinese restaurant - bring a group, order loads and share! The Archer, O'Connell St (North Adelaide) - best beers, excellent cocktails upstairs The Daniel O'Connell, Tynte St (North Adelaide) - best thursday night pub quiz, proper pints of guinness! Griffin's Head, Grenfell St - excellent pub lunch Coopers Alehouse @ The Earl, Pulteney Street - the BIGGEST parmi u will ever see and attempt to conqueor Botanic Bar, North Terrace - fancy cocktail kinda place, best g+t... PJ O'Briens, East Terrace - good ol' irish bar, mind out for the sticky floors! Belgian Beer Cafe, Ebenezer Place - does exactly what it says on the tin - quite pricey and always busy so go early and leave before you empty your wallet! Exeter, Rundle St - good for after work drinks, good music! Goodlife Organic Pizza, Glenelg - AMAZING! Russel's, Willunga - the most amazing pizzas, book WELL in advance and bring an esky with your favourite tipple, enjoy the pizza in the big ol' shed or on a blanket in the garden or in the house if you're very lucky! Worlds End Hotel, Hindley St - great young crowd, awesome beer garden and always a wonky pool table available to while away an evening!
What are your favourite beers? I am looking into opening a restaurant / wine bar in Aldinga and would like to stock 3 or 4 beers that are popular with poms. I've been here 40 years and came out when I was 3, so need advice from those of you recently arrived! So far I have had requested Stella (I know its Belgian), Newcy Brown and Boddingtons. I guess Guinness is a must and Kilkenny seems popular. What else should I consider?
Hi All, Well... finally made the relocation from Sydney to Adelaide. I've been here a couple of months now. My partner and I love a GOOD curry. In fact, the last one I had was during a visit to the "Curry Mile" in Manchester, UK a few years ago. I would be very grateful for some ideas on exceptional Indian restaurants in Adelaide. Somewhere that cooks their food fresh (not the day before), nice and spicy as an Indian meal should be. Excellence is of utmost importance. Kind regards, Roger.