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Rundle Street has to be one of this city’s best streets, buzzing with life and vitality: its all here...a plethora of eating places, from high end to cheaper cafes, hotels and bars offering quality food and service, brand name retail outlets (alongside quaint smaller shops),...More
I found Rundle Street East area the best so far for (window) shopping and dining. A lot of typical chain stores but also some much more interesting ones. Excellent selection of different types and styles of restaurants.
It was a street full of shops from high end to retail outlets, eateries and fast foods, cafes and what-have-you. It is pulsating and full of enthusiasm. Singers, guitarists, even the lone ordinary person throwing bread crumbs to pigeons on the street became an instantaneous...More
Given that many of the shopping areas in Australia's major cities can have a certain sameness about them, Rundle Street East offers its own experience, with a mix of interesting eateries and some different retail outlets. Although not a mall, it is easy to traverse...More
Generally an area that is overlooked in favour of Hutt St or North Adelaide restaraunt precincts.
If you are visiting and have the time it would probably pay to at least wander around and see what is on offer - you shouldn't be disappointed.
This part of Rundle Street stretches from Pulteney Street (where the pedestrian only Rundle Mall ends) to East Terrace and is home to an eclectic mix of shops, from designer labels to outdoor/adventure/camping specialists, jewellery, accessories, bric-a-brac plus lots of cafes, gelato bars, restaurants, bars...More
On this strip of road you will find many of the original businesses of Adelaide plus a great variety of food outlets including the Hotel Exeter. Towards the east, you will find the original beginnings of our electricity supplier with building still in use for...More
There are plenty of dining choices here, in what used to be the fruit and veg markets of yesteryear. Even just a still up and down is entertaining if you like people watching - all year but especially in the busy summer months.