Visitors looking to discover the culinary side of Australia can learn about Australian food by visiting the array of pubs and restaurants across the country. On pubs menus in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, and Brisbane, for example, you’ll find a varied representation of common Australian food, from steak dishes to pies to salads and pizzas.
Burgers have become increasingly popular in Australia, a trend that has sparked the opening of burger spots in big cities like Sydney. But whether you’re headed to a pub, a burger joint or a more upscale restaurant for a gourmet burger, Adelaide has it all.
Consider visiting Burger Theory, a burger joint that grew out of the one of the city’s most popular food trucks. Newcomers will find that most Burger Theory fans go for the #1, which comes with lettuce, American cheese, tomato, and a homemade mayo sauce that includes hints of Vegemite and Heinz ketchup.
One of the front-runner burgers in town is the cheeseburger at STREET ADL, an establishment that that serves burgers made from the finest and most beautiful cattle around.
Fancy Burger is another great burger spot to visit. Go for The Biggy burger, a South African beef patty garnished with bacon, Cheddar cheese, fried eggs, herby mayo, lettuce, tomato relish, and beets.
While in Adelaide, make your way down to Nordburger for the Nordburger, a premium patty burger that contains lettuce, tomato, and pickles, and is dressed with mustard, ketchup, and their own creamy sauce.
Last, but not least, visitors should stop at Chuck Wagon for a Chuck Burger.