Best Italian Restaurants in Adelaide

Best Italian Restaurants in Adelaide
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Below is a list of the top and leading Italian Restaurants in Adelaide. To help you find the best Italian Restaurants located near you in Adelaide, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.

Adelaide’s Best Italian Restaurants:

The top rated Italian Restaurants in Adelaide are:

  • Osteria Oggi
  • Antica Pizzeria e Cucina
  • Bocelli Caffe Ristorante

Osteria Oggi

Osteria Oggi cook food that they love to eat using seasonal produce, and serve it in a way that is designed to share. Pasta is made fresh daily, with a carefully chosen wine list to match.

‘Oggi’ is ‘today’ in Italian – this sums up what they offer – sophisticated Italian food, inspired by tradition but in keeping with today’s tastes and best available produce. They have created an Italian piazza setting in the heart of CBD Adelaide, complete with a cobblestone floor, arches, arbour, meat room, private cellar, intimate booth seating, and a mezzanine-level kitchen. Their 20-metre formed concrete bar is the ideal place to sit and graze on some small dishes or just swing by for a drink.

Products/Services:

Appetizers, Salumi, Pasta, Wood-smoked Meats and Fish, Desserts, Formaggio

LOCATION:

Address: 76 Pirie St, Adelaide SA 5000
Phone: (08) 8359 2525
Website: www.osteriaoggi.com.au

REVIEWS:

“Such a nice restaurant with delicious Italian food. The service was attentive, and the ambiance was perfect. It’s a great place to go to when you have friends visiting Adelaide and/or date night.” – Chop Suey

Antica Pizzeria e Cucina

Antica Pizzeria e Cucina – From the food to the fit out, owner Anthony Crea ensures Antica Pizzeria gives you a seamless Italian experience. Think signature wood oven pizzas, Antica’s infamous one metre pizza, fresh handmade pasta daily, plenty of delicious dolce and a variety of mouth watering Italian dishes; wrapped around contemporary Mediterranean décor and custom design interiors. It’s these elements that mesh together to portray a unique dining experience; one that is intimate, authentic and memorable.

Products/Services:

Antipasti, Paste, Pizze Rosse, Pizza Bianche, Contorni, Sparkling Wine, White Wine, Red Wine, Rose Wine, Cocktails, Beers, Ciders

LOCATION:

Address: 226 Morphett St, Adelaide SA 5000
Phone: (08) 8212 3337
Website: www.anticapizzeria.com.au

REVIEWS:

“AMAZING! 10/10! Best food I’ve had outside of Italy, so traditional and fresh. Hospitality is great, and the staff are friendly. On top of that, the restaurants themselves are both clean, tidy and very nice. If you like cheese, I highly recommended the Quattro Formaggi pizza (best one I’ve ever had). Pricey compared to ‘Australian Italian’ restaurants, but well worth it for the quality and experience.” – Sarah Ness

Bocelli Caffe Ristorante

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Bocelli Caffe Ristorante is the heartbeat of family-friendly Italian dining in Hutt Street, Adelaide. They cater to Adelaide city residents and office workers or anyone coming into or out of town. They can satisfy your coffee craving, give you a delicious lunch, late lunch, dinner, or supper. They have been blending a casual cafe atmosphere with food beautifully prepared but not stuffy. They have a vibrant dining environment which caters for all occasions, from family meals to a quick business chat over coffee.

Products/Services:

Antipasti, Pasta, Risotto, Main Italian Dishes, Salads, Kids Menu, Burgers, Focacce E Panini, Piadine, Gluten Free, Pizza, Beverages, Coffee & Teas, Wines, Beers & Ciders

LOCATION:

Address: 81/83 Hutt St, Adelaide SA 5000
Phone: (08) 8232 3006
Website: www.bocelli.com.au

REVIEWS:

“In our week’s stay in this part of Adelaide, we ate here half the time. The food was always great. Have eaten here on previous stays also. The service was also wonderful. This restaurant is always full; testimony to how good it is.” – Ray Green

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