Discover Restaurants offering the best Fusion food in Stirling, South Australia, Australia including Miss Perez Kitchen and Bar, Piccadilly Kitchen, The Uraidla Hotel, Singapore House, The Messy Tomato
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4 based on 225 reviews
A modern oasis in picturesque Stirling serving up contemporary Australian fare - Miss Perez Kitchen and Bar presents a dining experience with a heart deeply rooted in the Adelaide Hills and an imagination that embraces the flavours of the world. A fresh a
Had read many reviews before deciding to come here( not far from home ) some good some not so good but like all the reviews i post reviews are just that .a take on someone's opinion.For me it was mostly a positive and pleasant experience which started with the friendly girl who took my booking earlier in the day and who also waited on us during the night.We all choose something different and all looked and tasted good ( me being the official taster )but I choose the burger which was a bit dry and in reality just a burger .Good selection of beers and wines and a really good coffee to finish .PS the Churros for desert was awesome and very fresh .
4 based on 32 reviews
Piccadilly Kitchen offers wonderful, freshly prepared food and good coffee in a small, comfy cafe with an additional outdoor sitting area. The staff is very friendly, and the cakes are heavenly. There are both meal options for vegetarians and meat-eaters. The place is a bit alternative, which I love. Many ingredients are locally sourced. Piccadilly Cafe is only open on Fridays and Saturdays. Check their Facebook page for current info and opening times.
4 based on 242 reviews
Newly renovated historical hotel, with a quirky cafe, bakery and brewery. Come and be part of The Uraidla Republic! Great outdoor areas with views of our wonderful Hills regions; veg, vegan, child & cyclist friendly. Our vision is to embrace the history o
Disappointingly, I can't actually remember clearly what we all had to eat at the Uraidla Hotel but I do know that since our meal there I have suggested it to several others - so it was obviously good! I do remember how gorgeous the desserts looked and tasted...or I should say the 'Final Harvests' as they refer to them on the menu....far more glamorous than you would expect any 'pub puddings' to look. The only downside was that two of us chose wines by the glass that were not actually available - a bit irritating! Would definitely return.
4 based on 304 reviews
I was pretty excited to find a restaurant that had special menus for vegetarian and for garlic/onion-free meals. Turns out, they're the same menu with lines under them saying whether they can accommodate those diets, and for the most part, the answer was no. Then to have any veggies or rice was extra, so a plate of rice, green veggies and tofu ended up at $34! I will say that the service was fantastic; the waitresses were very knowledgeable and interactive.Overall: Will not be returning unless or until they change their menu to make it more inclusive.
5 based on 73 reviews
Welcome to The Messy Tomato. Much of Italian life revolves around the family dinner table. Itâs well known that Italians are deeply versed in the gioie della tavola, or âthe joys of the table.â Perhaps the first thing people think of when they think of It
Found this little gem on TripAdvisor. From the start we knew it was a winner. Funky takes on brekkie, the flavours were fresh and different to what you would normally see but truly delicious. The coffee was great and the service spot on. We even got some recommendations based on local knowledge. And the Central Markets are worth a visit
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