Guest Nat

Glenelg restaurants, please recommend a good one

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    Guest Nat

    Looking to have a meal in Glenelg, not fussy what type (well, I did want mexican, but haven't had much luck so far, see other thread).

     

    And just wondered if anyone can recommend a nice restaurant, that's worth going to.

     

    Cheers

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    Guest Armstrongs in Adelaide

    Kefi's greek is the place to go if you are feeling REALLY hungry !!!

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    Guest Lisajonesey

    Hi,

     

    Jacks fish shak is really nice

    The Dublin does really good pub grub

    Spice - really nice thai food (more of a friday night eat though - not a posh nosh)

    The Strand is lovely - does get busy though

    There is a mexican, but I've not been there yet.

     

    There are a few good looking restaurants over by the harbour too - they're next on our list to try!

     

    Maybe we should have a new "Restaurant recommendatation forum" so we can review them all!

     

    There are so many places in Glenelg though - from what we've tried so far - you can't really go wrong!

     

    Lisa ;)

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    The Strand or Hogs Breath Cafe, Jetty Road.

     

    Don't go to the Hogs Breath Cafe. The food was cold and the service was appalling!

     

    They weren't even busy and one table walked out! I wish we weren't so british and had taken their lead.

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    Guest Andrew&Ren

    Hogs Breath isnt great really and a bit naff.

     

    The Dublin does great food if you fancy a pub/restaurant atmosphere.

     

    The Strand is really good, big menu and good prices.

     

    Kathmandu is lovely and quaint with great food.

     

    Personally my fave place so far to eat in Glenelg is the Good Life Organic Pizza place its lush!!:)

    xxx

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    Guest Andrew&Ren

    Oh forgot to say....:err:

     

    Been to both Mexicans in Glenelg and Gringos is the better of the two!!

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    Guest rachinadelaide

    I'll second the recommendation for Good Life Pizza - it's great!

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    Guest Lee and Claire

    Indochine on Jetty Road is a great Thai noodle restaurant. :)

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    Also heard about the poor service and crap food at the Hogs Breath.

     

    Don't go to the Hogs Breath Cafe. The food was cold and the service was appalling!

     

    They weren't even busy and one table walked out! I wish we weren't so british and had taken their lead.

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    Guest ROBERT

    Try the surf club,they do a curry night on Thursdays.Only been once but the food was ok,but the best thing is it`s just back from the beach and the sunset is a wow!!

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    Guest the4hopes

    Good Life pizza really good but you need to book, does anyone really go to a cafe called Hogs breath??!

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    Guest katsmajic

    If youre a veggie i wouldnt eat at goodlife pizza - they wouldnt know what cross contamination was if it hit the in the face with a wet fish!

     

    The other pizza's on offer are pretty good tho :confused:#

     

     

    The indian opposite (upstairs too) goodlife is pretty good - and mexican is ok too xxx

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    Guest Rob and Clare

    The choice at glenelg is fantastic.

     

    I love going to the italian style cafe's near the tram stop, i think one is the europa but there are others... they are great for a sunday brunch.

     

    Been to the strand and it was nice, but for me only for a lunch.

     

    We prefer going round to Marina Pier area for dinner, from Esca for posh nosh, salt for cocktails and a nice meal or Sammy's, possibly the best fish and chip restuarant in Adelaide, and you get to sit outside over the marina or the ocean. The wharf and the oyster bar are great for a relaxing drink too.

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    The Lido on the marina (right down the end) gets my vote (if we were having a vote) great food and fantastic service we went there are we got married on the beach at Glenelg nice views too xx

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    Guest katsmajic

    The Watermark/international buffet place is cheap, cheerful, clean, the food is pretty good and for gatherings/big family events its really good value.

    Theres a kids playroom at the back. More food and selection - all needs are covered really.

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