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Where's the Best Restaurant in Mile End?

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by Jonathan Phoon (subscribe)
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Published December 9th 2020
Located not too far from Adelaide CBD, Mile End offers a good range of options for a tasty meal. The restaurants that we have eaten at are all located along Henley Beach Road, one of the main streets in Mile End, making it an easy task to find them.

Moka European Patisserie is a place where you can enjoy Greek cuisine, both dishes that can be eaten quickly and more substantial dishes cooked in the kitchen. A dish that we enjoyed was the Moussaka, which can be best described as a Greek version of the pasta dish, Lasagne.

Moka European Patisserie, Moussaka, Mile End, Adelaide
Moka European Patisserie's Moussaka (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)


A popular hit with the locals,Angel Thai Restaurant fittingly specialises in offering Thai cuisine. One of our favourite dishes was the Angel's Eggplant which consists of deep-fried pieces of eggplant and chicken mince tossed in a sauce that had a flavour similar to sweet and sour sauce. They also did a different take of Pad Thai in which the egg component takes the form of a "wrapper" rather than being stir fried with the noodles.

Angel Thai Restaurant, Angel's Eggplant, Mile End, Adelaide
Angel Thai Restaurant's Angel's Eggplant (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)


Little Canton Restaurant is a great option for those who like Chinese cuisine. Among the dishes that can be ordered is the Japanese Tofu on Lotus Leaf, which had chunks of seafood prepared just right cooked with tofu and a sauce that carried a bit of heat. They also offer Yum Cha, which notably have dishes that are not normally seen at other yum cha restaurants.

Little Canton Restaurant, Japanese Tofu on Lotus Leaf, Mile End, Adelaide
Little Canton's Japanese Tofu on Lotus Leaf (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)


Another option for Thai cuisine in Mile End is Tongue Thai'd Café . One of the dishes that we enjoyed there was the Four Flavour Fish which consists of deep-fried pieces of fish tossed in a delectable spicy sauce along with ginger that provided the dish's background gingery flavour.

Tongue Thai'd Café, Four Flavour Fish, Adelaide
Tongue Thai'd Café's Four Flavour Fish (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)


Where else have you enjoyed delicious food while at Mile End? We would like to know so we can give them a try.
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