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With breathtaking views stretching from St Vincent's Gulf to the Adelaide Hills through full-length 180 degree windows, there is no dining destination in Adelaide that can showcase the city like Windy Point. The Restaurant has an understated elegance with rich furnishings, upholstered chairs and a retractable glass ceiling to expose the sparkle of the night stars while the Cafe welcomes guests with a more relaxed and friendly atmosphere and a menu which bursts with flavour. Situated just 15 minutes from the city, the inspirational contemporary menu and exemplary service make Windy Point the perfect venue for tourists and locals alike.
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Visited on our final night in Adelaide, Australia before we set off to Singapore. I was blown away. It was certainly the best meal we had in Australia. It is pricey but worth every penny and for the quality I actually thought it was great...More
Went here for my 2 years with my partner. Had amazing service, food was lovely. And staff were such loving and caring people. Would recommend people to come here and least try it once! And don't get me started on the amazing view!
Another fantastic dining experience at windy point however it seems to be from our experience last night that the dress code as stated on the WP website is not enforced.
If WP is going to class them selves as a fine dining experience then maybe...More
Location wise it’s good, just half hour drive to city Center or beach side. We booked table an hour before sunset so could enjoy spectacular scenery from sunset till starry night, which is the most valuable there. Food is ok, not too bad but not...More
We had the degustation and as always it exceeded our expectations, couldn’t move afterwards but can not recommend the food and service enough. The attention to us and the detail of the whole presentation was above and beyound.
Response from Margaret M | Reviewed this property |
You would have to ask them of course but I'm sure they would accommodate them all. I think you will find that it is very busy, booked out all the time,. So I'd enquire sooner rather than later. They are very professional... More
You would have to ask them of course but I'm sure they would accommodate them all. I think you will find that it is very busy, booked out all the time,. So I'd enquire sooner rather than later. They are very professional there and you do pay for the fine dining experience including an expected tip. Some might argue that children and the restaurant experience don't sit well together and that may be the hiccup. Personally I think with good parental supervision, and considerate adults, children can fit in quite well. I hope all goes well for the special birthday.
Response from peterj12016 | Reviewed this property |
As others have said, neat casual is okay but formal (even black tie) is probably more appropriate. Most people go formal as it's that sort of place. I always think of it as an opportunity to dress up when there's not too... More
As others have said, neat casual is okay but formal (even black tie) is probably more appropriate. Most people go formal as it's that sort of place. I always think of it as an opportunity to dress up when there's not too many restaurants around of this calibre any more. The downstairs restaurant is more neat casual attire.