A diverse mix of dynamic cultures.

Recognised as of the Great Wine Capitals of the World, Adelaide is a city with a diverse mix of dynamic cultures, guaranteeing you a sensational food experience. 

Wander the city laneways and discover a bustling small-bar scene, with a range of South Australian wines and spirits for an authentic experience. Dine alfresco on Leigh or Peel Street and watch the world go by. Head out on the Great Wine Voyage with The Fruitful Pursuit and blind taste wines from around the globe and the state, comparing the two at your own pace. 

Wake up fresh and early in the morning and stroll on down to the Adelaide Central Market for some of the best produce you’ll find in the country. The 145-year-old market has more than 80 stalls, shops and cafes, so you’re sure to find something to tingle your tastebuds. Barossa After Dark is an event held and curated by The Smelly Cheese Shop's Valerie Henbest, featuring wine, cheese and charcuterie from the Barossa. Take a seat at the long table in the Market after hours and explore complex flavours in the heart of this historic food institution.

Once you’ve had your fill at the Adelaide Central Market, head south and enter Gouger Street, home to a multicultural paradise of restaurants, cafes and eateries. Gouger Street is also the gateway to Adelaide’s Chinatown. Walk under the majestic Paifong (entrances) at Moonta Street to experience Chinatown’s restaurants, markets and grocery stores.

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