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Adelaide is considered one of the top cultural and industrial hubs in all of Australia. But more than its many monuments, factories and businesses, what stands out is its diverse food scene. From Italian style restaurants to local patisserie cafes, there is something for everyone in the family!
We are pretty sure you will find something your kids will enjoy in this list. Without further ado, here some of the best restaurants in Adelaide for kids you can find. Bon appetit!
This walking food tour will take your family around the sights, smells and flavours of inner Adelaide! A sight and taste kind of journey, Feast on Foot promises to turn your dining experience into an art and culture fest. Plus, you get to burn off the calories you take in!
This Italian pizzeria got its name from the ideal cooking temperature of pizza in a traditional oven (360 degrees), the pizza’s shape, and the all-around characteristics of the dish. True to its love for the pie, 360 Gradi prides itself on its use of homemade dough and imported Italian ingredients.
With two locations (in Hyde Park and on Morphett Street) in Adelaide, Antica Pizzeria e Cucina is the Italian restaurant ready to serve any feast. Families can enjoy the warm atmosphere with freshly made pasta, wood oven pizzas, and delectable dolce.
There is always room for dessert in any family gathering! Visit Astonish Patisserie, an upmarket patisserie specialising in innovative desserts, custom-made cakes, fresh sandwiches, and crafted drinks. All goods are hand-crafted and baked on the same day to produce the best quality possible.
At first glance, Belmondo does not look like your typical kid-friendly restaurant. But underneath its rustic exterior is 20 years of serving local families. Serving seasonal meals, Belmondo serves up gourmet pizzas and pasta, along with fresh South Australian seafood.
A Western diner serving American-style street food, Chuck Wagon aims to stand out from the other restaurants in the city. The funky decor and energetic vibe will make any family come back for more!
Found in the Adelaide Hills, Cocolat’s chocolatiers and pastry chefs are well known for their hand-made creations. Your family will be in for a treat with the different tarts, crepes, waffles, and various chocolates.
For more kid-friendly restaurants to visit in, around or outside Adelaide, look no further than our Fun Kids Guide! Find that perfect activity or destination somewhere near you.Please follow and like us: