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Rising Sun Inn

Opens at 4:00:PM
Modern Australian

60 Bridge St, Kensington SA

1 Review

Best Known For

400 g rib eye with ratatouille, truffle potato and red wine jus.

About Rising Sun Inn

Escape the hustle and bustle of Adelaide city at boutique bar and restaurant Rising Sun Inn on tranquil Bridge Street in Kensington. Steeped in history dating back to the 1840s, this hidden gem oozes charm and a warm, inviting ambience from heritage listed brick walls, leadlight windows and comfy black leather couches, where guests can cosy up fireside with a drink in hand and peruse a Mod Oz menu brimming with creative fare. White tablecloths and mood lighting await in the dining room, where starters such as sticky braised pork belly with green apple, herbs, slaw and salted peanut caramel beckon, before delving into a main such as rabbit, mushroom and tarragon potato pot pie with hasselback celeriac. If there is room to spare, try a decadent chocolate fondant with caramel mousse.

Location & Map

60 Bridge St, Kensington 5068 SA - See Map

Opening Hours

Mon  4:00:PM - 11:30:PM
Tue  4:00:PM - 11:30:PM
Wed  12:00:PM - 11:30:PM
Thu  12:00:PM - 11:30:PM
Fri  12:00:PM - 11:30:PM
Sat  12:00:PM - 11:30:PM
Sun  Closed

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Have had an unintentional break from the Rising Sun, but chances across it randomly for an impromptu Friday night dinner, and are we glad we did. The food, the service, the menu and wine list were all amazing. We shared a main of Zucchini Flowers as we both live them and rarely see them. They were awesome, beautifully cooked, well balanced and crispy batter. I had the 500gm Rib Eye, cooked rare to perfection, with a sensational Red Wine jus accompanied with duck fat chips and a 3 cheese roasted shallot (yummy!). My wife had a Gnocchi special, with beef, mushrooms and bacon, and it too was excellent. We shared a bottle of French bubbles for the very reasonable price of $50, and I of course had a pint (proper 568ml) of Cooper's Session Ale (The Rising Sun often has Coopers Vintage Ale on tap) and again very reasonable $10 pints, considering the size. Sensational atmosphere, phenomenally friendly staff (thanks John and Gavin). This is definitely a hidden jewel that we will soon be returning to. Do yourself a favour, head on by and enjoy one of the beautiful authentic leather chesterfields in the sitting room and grab a great bottle of wine!