Dine Central @ Adelaide Central Plaza

Adelaide’s luxury food court, Dine Central is located in Adelaide Central Plaza, the home of David Jones. A hot spot for a lunchtime break or a mid shopping spree re-fuel, we found some of our favourite eats.

Adelaide Central Plaza - Dine Central

BAR 9

A must stop for coffee lovers is Bar 9. The award winning team have perfected the art of coffee serving an array of premium blends. Try Five Senses Coffee, House blend or Black Label baristas blend – with a revolving selection of single origin coffee.Treat yourself to the breakfast of champions, a light brunch or if you fancy a delightful dessert.

Truffle mushroom Ragu with poached eggs, watercress & finished with truffle honey $18

Roast tomato bruschetta with goats curd, caramelised onion & confit lemon on ciabatta $14

Bar 9 Adelaide Central Plaza David Jones

JARN LEVA VIETNAMESE

Served in an ambient setting, customers will find a comfortable dining retreat in the heart of a bustling food court. With a combination of hot and cold food, offering customers freshly prepared express and dine in food options. The flavours are authentic, with plenty of raw/cooked, sweet/sour, hot/cold moments. Signature dishes include sizzling garlic prawns, goi salad, char grill pork buns, and soft shell crab baos.

Combination Beef Noodle Soup

Rare beef, cooked beef, meatball and tendon in beef stock and spices with hoi sin and chilli sauce $11.50

Roast pork roll with cucumber, carrot, pickled radish, coriander and chilli $5.80

Prawn cold roll with lettuce, carrot, cucumber, noodles, coriander and mint with hoi sin and chilli sauce $4.50

Jarn Leva Vietnamese - Adelaide Central Plaza - David Jones

SUMO SALAD

Are you feeling like something fresh? Choose from an extensive range of made fresh-to-order items, at Sumo Salad. Why not finish off the meal with a bottle of cold pressed nutrition on-the-go that comes in four delicious flavours.

Sweet pumpkin and beetroot with walnut and light lemon mayonnaise

Pepper smoked salmon Caesar with crispy bacon and Sumo’s famous Caesar dressing.

Creamy basil pesto chicken with sun dried tomato and almonds.

Sumo Salad - adelaide Central Plaza - David Jones

SIGNORES’ CAFÉ

As one of Rundle Mall’s only fully licensed restaurants, Signore’s Cafe is a great spot to enjoy an ice cold beer with a crispy slice of pizza, or savour a warming red wine alongside a steamy risotto. Providing a delicious Italian style menu with a wide array of quick and scrumptious meal options. It’s a local favourite for a big breakfast or a quick business lunch.

Signores’ Beef Burger

Grilled beef patty crispy bacon, swiss cheese egg, beetroot caramelised onion tomato and mustard aioli and mixed lettuce with side of sweet potato fries $17.90

Continental Breakfast

2 eggs (fried, poached or scrambled), Bacon, grilled tomato, mushrooms, spinach with continental toast. $16.90

Schiacciata Caprese

Cherry tomato, bocconcini and fresh basil. Med $17.90 Large $26.90

Beer Yenda Golden Ale. $8.00

Signores Cafe - Adelaide Central Plaza

AKA JAPANESE

Aka Japanese offers authentic Japanese cuisine, skilfully prepared. The flavours are authentic with many melt in your mouth moments. Specialising in Goyzers, Wagyu Beef Don & Udon.

Teriyaki chicken and miso soup deal $13.80

Aka Japanese - adelaide Central Plaza

THE LOGICAL INDIAN

Why is The Logical Indian logical? Every dish is personally handcrafted without the use of premade ingredients; their unique blends of spices are shipped direct from India, and they only source local natural produce. Feel good while you eat too, with every dish ordered, The Logical Indian will donate a percentage of its value towards feeding the less privileged.

Quick lunch (choice of 2 curries and rice) butter chicken and eggplant masala $9.90

Gulab Jamun $ 1.50 The king of Indian Desert

Mango Lassie $3.90 Refreshing for all seasons

Samosa $1.90

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Visit / Adelaide Central Plaza

Open 7 days

Mon Thurs 8 – 4pm

Fri 8am – 8pm

Sat 9.30 – 4pm

Sun 10.30 – 4pm

 

photography by Jodi Nash