8 city spots with Instagrammable food

Last updated 02 Aug, 2022

Glorious grazing platters, stunning interiors and food that looks too good to eat! Adelaide’s menu of ‘grammable and delectable dining is ever-growing. Let your eyes do the deciding when you’re in need of a new spot to satisfy you foodie cravings.

Chuck Wagon

175 O'Connell Street, North Adelaide

‘Extra’ is an understatement when it comes to Chuck Wagon. The movie memorabilia décor and hyped vibe are a taste of what’s to come when your food arrives, stacked to the sky and defying gravity. Their crazy shakes and beer topped with burgers are just the beginning…

Penny University

1 Union Street, Adelaide

Tuck yourself away in the East End for a feast of haloumi and eggs with blistered cherry tomatoes on the vine or super thick cut french toast. You won't be able to resist snapping a pic of your loaded breakfast plate at this hidden gem.

Shibui Dessert Bar

2/160 Grote Street, Adelaide

Shibui is no stranger to Instagram fame, their spectacular yet simple desserts have dominated many feeds – both online and in real life. Their ever-changing menu features familiar flavours like Golden Gaytime and fairy bread, as well as the ingenious inclusion of pandan and tapioca pearls.

Peter Rabbit

234-244 Hindley Street, Adelaide

Where the food on your plate is as pretty as your surroundings! Colourful salads, grazing boards and decadent french toast are served up from the seasonal menu, giving you plenty of reasons to snap away amongst this garden oasis.

Bai Long Store

80 Hutt Street, Adelaide

Bai Long Store are the masters of beautiful presentation and know how to deliver a feast for your eyes and your stomach. Special mention goes out to the especially instaworthy and edible mini garden dessert, complete with meringue mushroom!

Prohibition Liquor Co Tasting Room

22 Gilbert Street, Adelaide

We can't forget those instagrammable drinks! Prepare to sip something spectacular and come away with a wealth of gin knowledge when you visit the Prohibition Tasting Room. This former-warehouse turned warm and friendly bar offers generous gin flights to give you a taste of everything they distil behind these doors..

Bakery on O’Connell

128-130 O'Connell Street, North Adelaide

If you’re having trouble deciding between a croissant and a donut - you’re in luck. The cronut is a Frankenstein-style treat that satisfies even the sweetest tooth. No matter what time of day you can pop by this 24 hour bakery to satisfy your craving, or even up the ante with a cronut cone.