Wine And Dine At These Places #YOUMUSTEAT

2 October 2018

Clockwise from top left: The Collins Bar, Fairweather, Madame Hanoi, West Oak Hotel

Coming to Adelaide Film Festival this year and looking for a great post-film feast?  Complete your sensory experience with some fabulous food and beverages, care of our top-shelf hospitality partners. Here are the places in Adelaide #YOUMUSTEAT.

Madame Hanoi

The elegant, sophisticated interior of French-Vietnamese bistro Madame Hanoi feels worlds away from bustling North Terrace and features a striking two-storey portrait of “Madame Hanoi” by acclaimed local artist Emma Hack. The menu features a blend of uniquely Vietnamese and unmistakably French dishes in Madame Hanoi’s famous style. From small bites to shared feasts, there are flavours to suit all tastes.

Adelaide Casino, North Terrace.

Sean’s Kitchen

Renowned Head Chef Sean Connolly’s Brasserie blends New York style with South Australian substance. Experience beautiful local produce in a unique, contemporary setting. Sean has designed a menu inspired by his greatest hits.

Adelaide Casino, Station Road.

Lost in a Forest

Wood oven fires, insane pizzas, gorgeous holistic wines, mescal margaritas made with fresh Meyer lemons grown on the Ochota property, Joy Division, The Cure, The Stranglers etc. spinning on vinyl… all in a cosy old Adelaide Hills church in Uraidla 20 mins from the city.

1203 Greenhill Road, Uraidla.

The Collins Bar

A nod to the roaring 1920s, The Collins blends classic charm with modern sophistication. Step inside and imbibe on a mix of hand-selected spirits from around the globe and a playful list of bespoke cocktails crafted by our mixologists. Evoking the spirit of prohibition, house made ginger beers, tonics and sodas take centre stage, reinforcing The Collins philosophy of unique cocktails coupled with presentation perfection. Open every night (except Sunday) with a DJ on Friday and Saturday evenings.

233 Victoria Square, Adelaide

Coal Cellar + Grill

Coal Cellar + Grill epitomises the new frontier of South Australian culinary experiences, embracing a true paddock to plate philosophy including the signature dish, a char-grilled 1.2kg Tomahawk Steak. Boasting an impressive 3000 bottle glass- encased wine cellar as well as a contemporary lounge bar, the Coal Cellar + Grill provides a perfect atmosphere to experience all that South Australia has to offer.

The Hilton Adelaide, 233 Victoria Square, Adelaide

Clockwise from top left: Lost in a Forest, Sean’s Kitchen, Coal Cellar + Grill, Pink Moon Saloon


Fairweather is a coffee establishment in Adelaide’s West End. Espresso and Filter coffee of the highest standard. Open for seasonal breakfast and lunch, 7:30am – 3:30pm weekdays.

15 Solomon Street, Adelaide

Apothecary 1878

Apothecary is proud to be an official hospitality partner of ADL Film Fest 2018. Indulge and enjoy wonderful food and wine before or after a movie. Plan ahead! Book your pre-movie dinner now! Or just pop in for a pre-movie aperitif? A tasting plate? Or even a post movie nightcap? The choice is yours!

118 Hindley Street, Adelaide

Ochota Barrels

Ochota Barrels Artisan Wines are situated in basket range, deep in the beautiful Adelaide Hills, surrounded by steep forest, streams, veggie patches, fruit trees, and abundant wildlife. Taras and Amber Ochota handcraft limited parcels of holistic, lo-fi wines from gorgeous old vineyards, grown with the help of mother nature.

Basket Range, South Australia

Pink Moon Saloon

Pink Moon Saloon is a multi-award winning bar and kitchen in the heart of Adelaide’s vibrant West End precinct. Constructed in a reclaimed alleyway off Leigh St, the Moon is not only architecturally unique, but displays an unwavering commitment to quality food, beverage, and personal service.

21 Leigh Street, Adelaide

West Oak Hotel

The West Oak Hotel is located in the heart of Adelaide’s rapidly growing West End precinct. The venue has been newly redeveloped to restore its original Australian pub charm, with relaxed dining, beer garden, and classic front bar.

Join us for the Closing Night Party at the West Oak Hotel, Sunday 21st October.

208 Hindley Street, Adelaide


Established in 1849, Yalumba is Australia’s most historic family owned wine company. It remains fiercely independent and extremely progressive through the generational ownership by the Hill-Smith family. Yalumba’s longevity and success is a result of patience, collaboration and progressive thinking. There is foresight to embrace the natural terroir to craft wines with individual character and a sense of purpose, a spirit to reinvest in the land upon which it operates and knowledge to behave as a leader in the industry.

40 Eden Valley Road, Angaston, South Australia