Where to eat Pub food in Port Pirie: The Best Restaurants and Bars

February 15, 2020 Marlin Saiz

Find out what Pub restaurants to try in Port Pirie including Risdon Hotel, The Fam Hotel Port Pirie, The Angus & Co., Caffe Primo

1. Risdon Hotel

22 Moppett Rd, Port Pirie, South Australia 5540 Australia Bar, Pub, Australian Lunch, Dinner Seating, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Reservations, Serves Alcohol +61 8 8632 2663 http://www.risdonhotel.com.au/
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4 based on 43 reviews

Risdon Hotel

Reviewed By PerthChez

OMG... what a great night. The food was amazing, for over 50 people, food was brought out within 10 minutes from first to last. Hot food, great tasting, presented beautifully, fantastic. Top job from kitchen staff and waitresses. Thank you.

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2. The Fam Hotel Port Pirie

134 Ellen St, Port Pirie, South Australia 5540 Australia Australian, Bar, Contemporary, Pub Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, Drinks Reservations, Seating, Takeout, Outdoor Seating, Highchairs Available, Serves Alcohol, Wine and Beer, Free Wifi [email protected] +61 8 7078 4410 http://www.facebook.com/piriethefamhotel
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4 based on 21 reviews

The Fam Hotel Port Pirie

Reviewed By brdevey54

Not often in Port Pirie but while shopping in the main street we decided to call in for a drink on a warm day.Beyond the nice cafe adjacent the street is a bar and dining facility that well and truly has the wow factor. A great wine range and craft beers plus their own brand - try one - you won't be disappointed. Extensive and innovative menu.Huge outdoor undercover pizza oven area is the icing on the cake.But there is more! Great staff for whom nothing is too much trouble and who are knowledgable and eager to make your experience unforgettable.We were so moved by this place we booked for dinner that night - we weren't disappointed and you won't be either.We also called in for a long and lazy breakfast the next morning - same standard.Oh. Last but not least - a great and tasteful renovation by the owner of what was a tired and shabby old building past its use by date. Well done!!

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3. The Angus & Co.

John Pirie Motor Inn 166/172 Warnertown Rd, Port Pirie, South Australia 5540 Australia Steakhouse, Bar, Pub Breakfast, Dinner Reservations, Seating, Parking Available, Street Parking, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Wine and Beer, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Free Wifi, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Table Service [email protected] +61 8 8638 2600 http://www.countryclubs.com.au/john-pirie/jps-restaurant/
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4 based on 34 reviews

The Angus & Co.

Steak and Seafood menu country & western style. Informal restaurant dining open for dinner nightly from 5:30 pm and breakfast from 6:45am weekdays. Please check public holiday times. Bookings essential.

Reviewed By Mickwhittaker

Drove into Port Pirie late on a Sunday night presented at the Angus & Co at 7:30 and was told the kitchen closes at 8. “No worries we can order straight away”. The waitress then said and the door closes at 8 so would have to be out at 8. “So if we order now and it takes you 20 mins to cook we have 10 mins to eat”. We walked out poor attitude. Went and spent my $100 at a place that wanted it and was finished by 8:10. An extra 10 mins really.

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4. Caffe Primo

96 Ellen St, Port Pirie, South Australia 5540 Australia Bar, Cafe, Pub, Australian Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner Seating, Highchairs Available, Serves Alcohol, Takeout, Reservations +61 8 8632 3833 http://www.caffeprimo.com.au/
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3 based on 72 reviews

Caffe Primo

Reviewed By Taledoo49

I’ve never been a fan of Primo restaurants and this one confirms why I avoid them. The food was adequate but hardly interesting or excitingly palatable. The carrots in the salad bar seems to be some strange orange ectoplasm of uncertain origin. The other vegetables were quite reasonable and were not cooked to a pulp. The wine prices were ridiculously expensive for wines by the glass as they were much the same as high quality restaurants in Adelaide. We also had to fight of the flies during the whole meal while trying to ignore the noise coming from a family whose three children were very overexcited and loud. As dining experiences go it was one to try to forget as quickly as possible.

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