Cuisine: Australian, Public House
Price Point: Mains from $15 - $30

If you’re in the mood for honest, hearty pub food at Adelaide’s best steak pub, then the Crown and Sceptre is the city's best-kept secret.

Step into the warm embrace of this traditional yet funky space, complete with oriental rugs on the floors, a broad fireplace and quirky beer garden.

Serving up an Australian twist on traditional pub classics, the menu features locally sourced produce, specialising in char-grilled S.A. steaks alongside Paroo kangaroo fillet and oven baked barramundi. Vegetarian dishes including a veggie mixed grill, consisting of roast pumpkin, eggplant, heirloom carrots, beerenberg beetroot relish and a polenta fritter are also available.

If you’re after something sweet, be sure to round off your meal with their sticky date pudding with delightfully rich butterscotch sauce.

Drinks-wise, there is an excellent range of local and international beers and wines behind a well-stocked bar. Be sure to ask the knowledgeable staff what they recommend.

For great food in a cosy setting and at a reasonable price, Adelaide’s Crown And Sceptre is a must.

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The Crown and Sceptre
308 King William Street
Adelaide 5000

Open Hours:
Monday - Tuesday 12pm - 12am
Wednesday - Thursday 12pm - 1am
Friday - Saturday 12pm - 3am
Sunday Closed

Phone: 08 8212 4159
Website: www.thecrownandsceptre.pub

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The Crown and Sceptre
Location: Adelaide CBD
Cuisine: Australian, Public House
Mains: $15 - $30

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This was my partner and I'd first ever time at this gorgeous pub and also our first First Table booking. Everything exceeded our expectations. The food was amazing and the service was 10/10

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Sue Fox

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There’s lots of dark wood & charming little rooms in this pub and the walls are covered in local art which gives it a really cosy atmosphere.
I had the Paroo Kangaroo which was presented as a simple colourful rustic dish on the plate. The roo was rich, hearty & tender with five succulent pieces of meat topping the broccolini.
I am not usually a fan of Polenta, but this serving had a delicious crust and was perfect for soaking up the last of the jammy jus. I thoroughly enjoyed the dish, which I finished by snacking on the sweet potato crisps that were scattered across the meal. The waiter was friendly and helpful and the atmosphere was warm and inviting despite there being quite a crowd on the night we were there.
My friend had the Moroccan Chicken. Although the couscous was a little dry, the chicken tenderloins were perfectly cooked and the spices gave it extra flavour.
We both finished our meal with the sticky date pudding, warm & sticky as it should be on a cold winter’s night!

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Beautiful cosy restaurant, lovely and attentive staff, and delicious food. Try the goat curry - you won't regret it!

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Food was nice. The servings we a little small. I wouldnt have wanted to have paid full price. Overall happy with the food and service however.

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Ron Pippett

The dining room at the Crown and Septre has a very pleasant ambience with an open fire, classic furniture and convivial atmosphere. The service was attentive and professional. The menu had some pub favourites but also some more sophisticated dishes. We both really enjoyed our meals which were superbly presented and combined with some quality South Australian Reds. We didn't realise we had such an appealing pub / restaurant so close. Definitely be back very soon!

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