Dining on Hutt Street

Hutt Street

Enjoy a little adventure at some of Hutt Street’s new and most beloved eateries. Enjoy a touch of Italy, Asian fusion that will pique your curiosity and your appetite, and some of the most phenomenal steaks around.


160 Hutt St, Adelaide SA 5000

Adelaidian's with discerning palettes have been flocking to Chianti for over 35 years. The beloved Adelaide institution uses the full gamut of local produce to bring a taste of Tuscany to Hutt Street. The wine list mirrors the symbiotic relationship of Italy and Australia’s finest flavours.

The team have intricate knowledge of how produce is grown and seafood is sourced directly from local fishermans. These relationships help amplify the ever-evolving seasonal menus. One thing remains steadfast and certain, beautiful egg pasta crafted in Chianti’s very own kitchen. The service is exactly as you’d expect from such well-seasoned professionals; warm, welcoming, attentive and effortless.

Bai Long Store

80 Hutt St, Adelaide SA 5000

Bai Long Store takes customers on an Asian fusion journey across the orient. The restaurant merges the influence of Chinese, Japanese and Korean cuisines to produce morsels that both delight taste buds and challenge imaginations. Crispy cauliflower is paired with an edamame coconut hummus, while king prawns are caressed by brown butter kohlrabi. Dry aged pork is dressed in Sichuan apple stock and king oyster mushrooms matched with parmesan cheese.

It comes as no surprise that Bai Long Store comes from the same culinary brain trust that brought Adelaide Gin Long Canteen and Concubine. The chic backdrop comes courtesy of designer house, Studio-Gram, who are renowned for the digs of Osteria Oggi and Shobosho.

A Hereford Beefstouw

143 Hutt St, Adelaide SA 5000

A Hereford Beefstouw is another Hutt Street hot spot that is anchored in international inspiration. The history of Hereford Beefstouw restaurants stretch back to 1971 where the Damgaard family opened the first restaurant in the heart of Denmark.

Hutt Street’s A Hereford Beefstouw restaurant opened its doors in 2011. The stunning restored heritage building has since forged ahead with a meaty mission to bring diners a premium steak experience. Meat is supplied from a farm in South Australia’s lower south east which was purchased by the Damgaard family in 2006 and now supplies all of their European restaurants with the finest Hereford beef

Prezzo Restaurant

173 Hutt St, Adelaide SA 5000

Prezzo Restaurant has a generous menu that will please any enthusiast of Italian cuisine. The light airy space is streaming with natural light and beckons for a long, lazy lunch. Fresh white tiles are contrasted with plush button-back chesterfield seating and touches of soft wood.

Regulars will passionately argue that the eatery is home to the city’s best pizza. Cooked in a wood oven, the final product has a thin base surrounded by a heavenly crispy crust. The fritto misto which is spilling with an abundance of juicy seafood deserves a delicious mention. For those with a taste for meat, choose from melt-in-your-mouth lamb shanks that are cooked for 6-8 hours of an angus beef steak.

House of Chow

82 Hutt St, Adelaide SA 5000

House of Chow has long been synonymous with the best traditional Chinese fare in the city. The restaurant is approaching its 40th year of satisfying voracious appetites. The winning formula is evident in how little the menu and decor has changed. Diners enter the Chinese gondola inspired building and are greeted by tanks of fish and lobsters which promise the freshest of seafood experiences.

Grab a crew of your best mates as the expansive menu is best enjoyed with a generous spread of dishes. House of Chow are diligent in catering for coeliac or gluten intolerant diners, using separate utensils and flours to cater accordingly. Drinks are very reasonably priced so expect to get jolly.

Bocelli Caffe - Ristorante

81/83 Hutt St, Adelaide SA 5000

Bocelli’s has been a Hutt Street fixture for decades. This large and airy space is a hot favourite with ample space outdoors for lounging with your friends and family. The menu is extensive, serves traditional Italian cuisine in a modern cafe setting. Expect generous Italian portions - so come armed with a big appetite.

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