Eat & Drink

8 city spots with Instagrammable food

Posted on 05 Jun 2019

Glorious grazing platters, stunning interiors and food that looks too good to eat! Adelaide’s menu of ‘grammable and delectable dining is ever-growing. Let your eyes do the deciding when you’re in need of a new spot to satisfy you foodie cravings.

Chuck Wagon

175 O'Connell St, North Adelaide SA 5006

‘Extra’ is an understatement when it comes to Chuck Wagon. The movie memorabilia décor and hyped vibe are a good taste of what’s to come when your food arrives. All the food and drinks are stacked to the sky and defy gravity. Their crazy shakes and beer topped with burgers are just the beginning…


17 Synagogue Pl, Adelaide SA 5000

House roasted coffee beans, vibrant breakfast spreads and perfectly poached eggs make this a must-visit breakfast spot. Keep an eye out for inventive menu items – you don’t want to miss something as moreish as a mac and cheese toastie!


118 Hindley St Adelaide South Australia

The elegance, character and incredible attention to detail sets the award-winning Apothecary apart from other wine bars and restaurants. You’re been hard pressed to find a more romantic date night venue but it’s also the perfect place to just treat yourself to a memorable meal and me-time.

Shibui Dessert Bar

2/160 Grote St, Adelaide SA 5000

Shibui is no stranger to Instagram fame, their spectacular yet simple desserts have dominated many feeds – both online and in real life. Their ever-changing menu features familiar flavours like Golden Gaytime and fairy bread, as well as the ingenious inclusion of pandan and tapioca pearls.

Luigi Delicatessen

151 Flinders St, Adelaide 5000

A lavish grazing platter has become a staple for modern celebrations but if you’re craving a smaller “long” lunch, Luigi Delicatessen has you sorted. Their sweet and savoury grazing-style platters give you little tastes of a lot of delights.

Sparkke at the Whitmore

317 Morphett St, Adelaide SA 5000

Sparkke, local socially conscious brewing company, has breathed new life into an old pub. They’ve retained its heritage charm while adding modern touches and housing a brewery in the bar! The sweeping views of the square from their rooftop bar, soft interior lighting and deluxe food make this a must-try.

Bakery on O’Connell

128-130 O'Connell St, North Adelaide SA 5006

If you’re having trouble deciding between a croissant and a donut - you’re in luck. The cronut is Frankenstein-style treat will satisfy even the sweetest tooth. Pop into the bakery and see what flavour is sitting in the wall of delicious baked goods.

Prohibition Tasting Room

22 Gilbert St, Adelaide SA 5000

Prepare yourself to sip something spectacular and come away with a wealth of gin knowledge when you visit the Prohibition Tasting Room. This former-warehouse turned warm and friendly bar, offers generous gin flights to give you a taste of everything they distil in these doors and beyond.