New Restaurants

South Australia’s extensive range of restaurants is expanding every day with more stunning rooftop bars and multicultural menus. These must-try favourites opened within the last year.

Daughter In Law

Funky and centrally located Indian fusion restaurant Daughter In Law opened recently on Adelaide’s bustling Rundle Street, and it already has a cult fandom. The restaurant, opened by internationally recognised restauranteur Jessi Sing, has pink and green walls, bright blue booths, and a menu as colourful as its surroundings (think naan-style pizza, Indian fried chicken, Indian street food, and more). For a vibrant meal and atmosphere, head to Rundle Street’s newest offering.

iTL Italian Kitchen

SkyCity Adelaide’s new upscale Italian restaurant is an exciting addition to Adelaide’s dining scene for any pizza lovers. Window-lit, modern iTL prides itself on “uncomplicated and contemporary Italian dining,” which means the restaurant focuses on quality pizza dough made in-house, and simple cheese, sauce, and toppings. For a night of delicious, straightforward Italian eats, negronis, and melt-in-you-mouth gelati, iTL is your spot.

Market & Meander Bar and Eatery

Rounded pink booths, an open kitchen, and a multicultural cuisine – the colourful new restaurant Market & Meander is a sight to behold with a mouth-watering menu. Once you take in the red and baby pink seating, blue tile and brick walling, and artwork of the Hotel Indigo eatery, you can sink your teeth into the likes of burrata and charcoal bread, chickpea chips, house-made pasta, and more.

Spaghetti Island

A fun place for families, date nights, or groups of friends, Spaghetti Island serves just one thing: spaghetti (OK fine, they also have one salad, one dessert, and lots of cocktails). The new restaurant serves the pasta individually or in sharing platters, with gluten-free options available. The casual eatery is adorned in twinkling string lights and has colourful yellow walls, so the ambiance, as well as the pasta dishes, won’t disappoint.