Best Steakhouses in Adelaide

Best Steakhouses in Adelaide
Steak with Asparagus. Source: Pixibay

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

Adelaide’s Best Steakhouses:

The top rated Steakhouses dealing with cooking well-flavored steaks are:

  • Hog’s Australia’s Steakhouse
  • SOSTA Argentinian Kitchen
  • Tomiko Japanese Steak House

Hog’s Australia’s Steakhouse

Hog’s Australia’s Steakhouse – In a nutshell, it’s all about providing quality food and beverage services in an informal, yet comfortable environment with an overriding friendly, party atmosphere. Each of their great value meals are made fresh to order by their expert Grill Masters and then served straight to your table by their dedicated Hog’spitality Specialists, so you can focus on sharing good times with family and friends while enjoying your favorite dish cooked just the way you like it. 

Products/Services:

Prime Rib Steak, Flame-Grilled Ribs, Choice Cuts, Chicken, Burgers, Tasty Wraps, Seafood,  Kids Menu, Dessert, Lunch Menu, Breakfast Menu

LOCATION:

Address: 32/36 Jetty Rd, Glenelg SA 5045
Phone: (08) 8376 7713
Website: www.hogsbreath.com.au

REVIEWS:

“Excellent venue, food beautifully presented and so tasty. Have been there several times and has been excellent every time. The proprietors should be proud keep up the great work.” – Mark Harris

SOSTA Argentinian Kitchen

SOSTA Argentinian Kitchen
SOSTA Argentinian Kitchen. Screenshot from: sostaargentiniankitchen.com.au

SOSTA Argentinian Kitchen is a one of a kind Argentinian restaurant. With its fresh, contemporary take on Argentinian cuisine. Created in 2004, Sosta has quickly established itself as one of Adelaide’s premier food venues. Set in the east end of Adelaide, Sosta space is warm and inviting with red brick walls, dark floating floors, and the aroma of the kitchen hard at work. Using the best of local produce the menu has been kept simple to replicate the cooking of any home in Argentina.

Products/Services:

Fried Calamari, Empandas, Field Mushrooms, Steaks, Chicken, Bread, Wine

LOCATION:

Address: 291 Rundle St, Adelaide SA 5000
Phone: (08) 8232 6799
Website: www.sostaargentiniankitchen.com.au

REVIEWS:

“Fabulous evening. Booked 24 hrs before and although they were very booked up, managed to get in at a suitable time. Anna is amazing. We had the Paella for two, but it would easily feed 4. Huge amount of quality seafood and extremely tasty. We’ve been living interstate for several years, but came back to this treasure. We’ll done Sosta.” – Sandy Wilkins

Tomiko Japanese Steak House

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Posted by Tomiko Japanese Steak House on Thursday, 11 April 2019

Tomiko Japanese Steak House is one of Adelaide’s premier restaurants, specializing in a fantastic range of fresh, high quality food prepared by their expert chefs!

Since opening in 2011, they have quickly established a reputation for quality. Their philosophy is to provide their valued customers with a unique and exciting dining experience, by carefully selecting and preparing the highest quality ingredients for their dishes, whilst delivering an exceptional level of service.

Located on Adelaide’s Marina Pier, their restaurant is the perfect spot to enjoy the sunshine and fantastic views of the Marina in the summer, or indulge in the warm and cozy atmosphere of their sheltered Teppanyaki grills in the winter.

Products/Services:

Teppanyaki, Scallops, Salmon, Wagyu, Chateaubriand, Hibachi, Sushi

LOCATION:

Address: Marina Pier, 7 Holdfast Shores, Glenelg SA 5045
Phone: (08) 8295 5995
Website: www.tomiko.com.au

REVIEWS:

“This restaurants is in a good location. It is near to the beach and many other bars and restaurants. The staff are very friendly and attentive. The food was nice and wine was extra yum. We had a table for the teppanyaki show cooking which was very entertaining and highly recommended.” – Hanna White

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