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Bistro by the Food Business

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Published June 23rd 2011
140-seater restaurant with unrivalled River Torrens views, offers highly memorable experiences with premium quality products and service, a tantalising seasonal a la carte menu and can accommodate up to 320 guests for a stand-up function. A catering package can be tailored to suit any occasion, be it a conference, product launch or a sit-down lunch or dinner.

Bookings are highly recommended.

The modern Australian cuisine covers a global spectrum of tastes and influences from Europe to Asia, using the freshest local top-shelf produce.

The cosy Cocktail Lounge adjacent to the restaurant is an idyllic place to unwind for after work drinks with delectable bar snacks and cocktails on offer.

Opening times:
Dinners Wednesday to Saturday from 4.30pm
Sunday lunches from 12.00pm.
Where: dunstan playhouse, adelaide festival centre
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Comments
Outrageously expensive for the dining quality. Don't be fooled by the high prices - the food does not reflect the expense. Vegetarians that don't want a mediocre chickpea curry should go elsewhere.

I recommend the Chef and Kitchen Assistants should dine at a fine restaurants to gain an appreciation of fine dining and then seriously reconsider their menu prices.

Be warned - you will be robbed and you will feel cheated!
By Anonymous
Sunday, 2nd of October @ 04:03 am
dear patron,

thank you for your feedback regarding your experience at Bistro by the food business.

as yours is the first negative response to our 'potato & pea curry, cashew & coconut curry with tomato salad, rice and flatbread' dish, we're keen to understand why this item did not resonate with you.

we're also eager to hear more about your dining experience so we can better understand where any improvements can be made.

please contact us on t: 08 8379 8699 or forward your contact information to info@foodbusiness.com.au

we look forward to discussing this further with you soon.

the food business
By Anonymous
Wednesday, 5th of October @ 12:36 am
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