Chinatown in Adelaide, Australia, also called Adelaide Chinatown or Moonta Street Chinatown, is located on Moonta Street, within the large Adelaide Central Markets precinct between Grote and Gouger streets. Two large Paifang, which were erected by the city council, are guarded by the Chinese guardian lions. They mark the entrances at either end. Adelaide Chinatown consists mainly of Chinese restaurants, grocery stores and markets but also consists of many non-Chinese Asian restaurants offering cuisines of Indian, Japanese, Korean, Malaysian, Nepali, Thai and Vietnamese origins.
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Some good eateries. Reasonable prices.
A fun atmosphere, it's good that a part of China is here, I came during the New Year's festival and it was very entertaining to see the dancing dragon and the acrobats, a nice experience.
I tried the self service and the food was absolutely disgusting the honey chicken had no tast the rice had no tast it it the rice you put in the microwave for 90 seconds it had no flavor to it. You are eating there at your own risk it would be advisable don't eat there the people run those places got no idea about food preparations. So be warned food high risk poisoning alert!!!!!
I've tried a few of the restaurants and usually enjoy them. It's the atmosphere, energy and convenience that keeps bringing me back though. There are always easy, healthy options for a quick lunch or dinner. Nothing like overseas of course but it sure keeps this Adelaide girl happy 😄
What a great place awesome food and lot's of fun things happening had a Glalagah on my shoulder what a hoot amazing for charity to raise funds and then ice cream yummy go have fun its special place whooo
Not exactly a tourist destination and usually littered with below average busking talent, Chinatown is limited to a strip of restaurants and a few grocery stores. The two food courts are good value for money but they're hard to find
Just had a lovely dinner at Pepper Lunch. Friendly staff & yummy food.
Hurry up with them renovations are the done yet in the new food court. Awesome place but needs renos too keep up. Could be so much better but alright for now brings back memories and bring in more japanese stores
Restaurant was perfect.....only thing that spoiled it was google asking me to rate it. What a terrible end to a fairy tale. F#@k off Skynet.
The historical laneway is not very long between Gouger st and Grote st, having magnificent Chinese style archways on both entrances. Restaurants and Asian groceries dominate the “town” where you can find traditional Chinese as well as other Asian cousins and all your Asian needs here. The food court adjoins the Adelaide central market is enormous and popular.
One of the best place to have true Asian cuisines. All under one roof at reasonable prices :)
Great Chinese area.. You will find it all in here. Great Chinese restaurants too and for every budget 👍👍👍
In Food Court, we tried Pure Vegetarian food stall. With vegan food, they have created the flavour of meat / fish. We haven't tried too many other shops here.