Tag Archives: Fish and chips

Morphett Fish & Chicken

Chicken shops are found in just about every suburb in Adelaide and it’s no surprise that it’s the preferred place to visit when it comes to take out. Morphett Fish and Chicken is located in a small shopping complex just off Morphett Road. The menu offerings are fairly stock standard with fish, yiros, burgers, steak […]

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MP3 Cafe

I must admit I was a bit reluctant about visiting MP3 due to the number of negative reviews. My past experience also suggests that a place that does “international” cuisine usually produces average food all round. Anyway, the only to find out whether this place was any good was to actually go there myself, albeit […]

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Fulham Fish & Chicken Cafe

I wonder if there is a correlation between the number of fish and chips shops and the distance to the beach. As you drive down Grange Road, the closer you get to the beach, the more of these types of establishments there are. One of these places is Fulham Fish & Chicken which is 1.4km […]

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Chiaro Bar

Chiaro Bar is located on Waymouth Street close to Light Square. I’ve only ever been to this place at night when it’s a nightclub, so the venue looked vaguely familiar without the beer goggles on. There are plenty of seating options available with bar stools, booths and normal tables. The decor is modern and well […]

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General Havelock Hotel

I can only think of two pubs down Hutt Street, but I can’t think of many as classy as the General Havelock. The renovations that were done here are modern and stylish and I just can’t help walking into this place whenever I’m in the area. The venue is nice and spacious with so many […]

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Glenelg Jetty Hotel

Glenelg Jetty Hotel is located in a prime position just off Moseley Square and is right next to the last tram stop. The venue is considerably spacious with seating outside, in the front bar, the main dining area and a function room at the back. The decor is a bit 80’s with old style carpet […]

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Soto’s Fish Shop

Set amongst similar stores down Semaphore Road, popular opinion suggests that Soto’s Fish Shop makes the best fish and chips in Adelaide. The outside of the store looks old and run down but the inside is slightly more modernised with good use of blues and yellows. The menu is a fairly stock standard one with […]

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Louca’s Seafood Grill

Dedicated seafood restaurants are few and far between in Adelaide. Located on the busy Hutt Street precinct, Louca’s Seafood Grill has all your seafood cravings covered. Whether you want your fish battered, crumbed or grilled, the menu is simply laid out. The emphasis is on variety and freshness of the seafood and this place does […]

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Oyster Shop

The Oyster Shop is a small fish and chip store located down the busy end of Jetty Road. As their name suggests, they also serve oysters, shipped from Coffin Bay. There’s a take away section at the front, and a dine in section around the back. Not surprisingly, the take away menu is slightly cheaper […]

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Atomic Burger Bar

I’ve driven past this place so many times when it used to be called something else. In recent times, it’s been given a face lift and is now known as the Atomic Burger Bar. While the signage and menus look more modern, the place itself still looks like an old fish and chip shop. I […]

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