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Best Known For

Cote De Boeuf. Approx 700g.Carved at the Table enough for two people.

Location & Map

143 Hutt Street, Adelaide CBD 5000 SA - See Map

Features & Facilities

Payments Accepted: Visa, Mastercard, Diners, Amex, Eftpos

Seats: 102   Chef: Richard Moretti   Sommelier: Tim Burvill

Opening Hours

Mon  11:30:AM - 2:00:PM
Mon  5:30:PM - 11:30:PM
Tue  11:30:AM - 2:00:PM
Tue  5:30:PM - 11:30:PM
Wed  11:30:AM - 2:00:PM
Wed  5:30:PM - 11:30:PM
Thu  11:30:AM - 2:00:PM
Thu  5:30:PM - 11:30:PM
Fri  11:30:AM - 2:00:PM
Fri  5:30:PM - 11:30:PM
Sat  5:30:PM - 11:30:PM
Sun  5:30:PM - 11:30:PM

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Member Reviews (1)

EatMe

Chips with everything
Comfortable and well lit and helpful staff. Don't trust the website which is actually about the original which has... a salad bar. I had been to the Hutt Street one some time ago and thought I recalled cute ikea-type pencil and pad for customers to write their preferences (rare/medium etc ) and a choice of - surely - baked potato? This time, chips with everything which given the cost of the meals was disappointing - they weren't even nice chips! Bought 2 $10 "seasonal vegetables" for the table - which were presented as a couple of soup bowls with lukewarm slabs of undercooked pumpkin (never a vegetable improved by undercooking) decorated with a couple of florets of broccoli and some wilted cherry tomatoes. Steak was good, wine cellar excellent - but that means that just the plainest steaks and a couple of glasses of wine probably sets you back $60 or more without sides, and for that I think one should expect a balanced meal. Dollop of garlic butter on the steak an extra $5, only sauces were also extra and choice was Bearnaise, Pepper or ... nothin.' Desserts were dreamy and I was pleased to see the creme caramel had improved (I won't easily forget the previous offering of a ramekin of plain custard with shards of burnt sugar on the side! and had warned my guest accordingly) That and coffee - also very good - made it about $100 a head. And brought me no closer to my "5 and 2." The waitstaff were pleasant and attentive but we'd booked early because it was a weeknight; it took an hour for the meals to arrive, and it wasn't because anyone had the chateaubriand!