Located not too far from the Adelaide CBD, Port Adelaide is a surprisingly good place to enjoy delicious food. The range of cuisines is quite diverse, covering Australian fare and various international cuisines.
Pirate Life Brewing is a good place to enjoy craft beers and a selection of delicious food. Aside from pub style fare, the in-house restaurant also offers a few more upmarket dishes such as Grilled Squid, tender char-grilled squid dressed with a tangy dressing made from the Japanese citrus fruit, yuzu.
Pirate Life Brewing's Grilled Squid (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
One of the restaurants located at Port Adelaide Plaza, Little Ban Ban offers delicious Korean food with a focus on street food style dishes. Their Korean Fried Chicken was very tasty. The restaurant's special sauce option tasted like soy & garlic sauce with a hint of heat.
Little Ban Ban's Korean Fried Chicken (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
Adobo Co. – Filipino Restaurant , as its name suggests, offers Filipino cuisine, something not often seen in Adelaide. A dish that we enjoyed was Pork Adobo, which had tender pieces of pork with a delectable salty taste, accompanied by rice, tomatoes and a hard-boiled egg.
Adobo Co's Pork Adobo (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
Another restaurant that is part of Port Adelaide Plaza, The Original Pancake Kitchen's Port Adelaide branch offers delicious pancakes along with various other non-pancake dishes. Among their pancake dishes was the Hot Buttered Walnuts Pancakes, which featured fluffy pancakes topped with walnuts and a sauce made from maple syrup and hot butter.
Original Pancake Kitchen's Hot Buttered Walnuts Pancakes (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
Another place offering pancakes is Pancakes at the Port, conveniently located close to where the Dolphin Cruise departs. Their Ultimate Deal is a delectable breakfast or brunch feast, consisting of pancakes accompanied by the things that is typical of an Australian Big Breakfast.
Pancakes at the Port's Ultimate Deal (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)