Adelaide, South Australia

2014 Restaurants & Catering - Awards for Excellence - Best Speciality Restaurant - SA
Red Ochre is in a picturesque setting on the banks of Adelaide's River Torrens. Enjoy the stunning views of the river and city skyline, and the pristine parkland setting, whilst savouring a meal made from indigenous Australian ingredients. South Australia is blessed to enjoy abundant produce and Red Ochre Grill showcases all of the area's strongest flavours.
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War Memorial Drive
North Adelaide
Tel: +61 8 8211 8555
Modern Australian, Native Australian
Price Range:
$$$$ ~ $$$$
$$$$ = Mains under $20
$$$$ = Mains $20 - $30
$$$$ = Mains $30 - $40
$$$$ = Mains over $40
Fully Licensed (no BYO)
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Red Ochre Grill is housed in a smart double story building resembling a spacious modern houseboat. Here you have interrupted views of the river and the city skyline with the appearance of ducks and pelicans on the water adding to the nautical atmosphere. Red Ochre which is the fine dining restaurant is located on the upper level whilst River Cafe on the lower level, has a more casual feel, serving a good selection of Italian dishes.

With ample parking and located only a few minutes from the CBD, Red Ochre is a great choice for a corporate event, product launch or a wedding reception. The venue can be hired exclusively for large gatherings or alternatively the private dining Park View Room can accommodate smaller functions of up to 50 guests.
Red Ochre plays with indigenous Australian flavours and the result is food as comforting as ugg boots in winter. South Australia is blessed to enjoy abundant produce and Red Ochre Grill showcases all of the area's strongest flavours. Inspired by the earthy flavours of Australia's own meat, Red Ochre's dishes are uniquely Australian without crossing over to stereotypical Australiana fare. Instead, they are creative and colourful, and also feature some Asian influences.

The strongest harvest of marron from Kangaroo Island, rock lobster from Robe, beef from the Coonawarra and oysters from Pristine Bay all feature on the menu throughout the year. Red Ochre's bush tucker is the result of the drive to create a "truly Australian" dining experience inspired by indigenous ingredients. South Australia produces 75% of Australia's premium bottled wine and Red Ochre's wine list features their pick of the best, at every price range. With 24 drops available by the glass, you too can have a taste of every region.

Set on the tranquil banks of Adelaide's River Torrens, this restaurant should inspire other restaurants to start taking advantage of our native flavours and make native Australian cuisine stand out on the world stage.
Dates Sun 14 Feb to Sun 14 Feb
Location North Adelaide, South Australia
Category Valentines Day
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144 pax
Award Winning / Hatted
Function for 100-300
Harbourside Dining
Outdoor Dining
Private Dining Room
Something Different
Suitable for Families with children
Suitable for Functions
Suitable for Groups of 10
Suitable for Weddings
Waterfront Dining
Restaurants & Catering - Awards for Excellence - 2014
Best Speciality Restaurant - SA
War Memorial Drive
North Adelaide SA 5006
Set on the banks of the Torrens River walking distance to the CBD.
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Davis - 13/09/2012
My partner and I went for his birthday...I booked online and I put a special request for a birthday cake. The birthday cake never showed up...honestly the waitresses were rushing us, no time to breath. The atmosphere was cold, people talking you can't hear music or anything just noise. Meals were plain not quite what we expected for fine dining place or price wise. I liked the crocodile cakes and that's pretty much it. Perhaps I wont recommend it all. It's a pricey restaurant.
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