Last time I was there I fell asleep on a comfy couch, so my craft beer rating of the place probably cant be trusted.Last time I was there the barmaid tried to put ice my Hefeweizen...
The Wheatsheaf staff can provide you with details of a local pizza joint that will deliver to the Wheaty, good pizza too.The only thing I'd add is that the Wheaty doesn't have a kitchen so the meals are pretty limited if you're looking for a feed. They do have the best range of beers though so a liquid lunch might be the way to go.
As in that deli/cafe across the road? You order it there then they ring when its ready...........The Wheatsheaf staff can provide you with details of a local pizza joint that will deliver to the Wheaty, good pizza too.
OT. Hey Gravey, just out of interest, is Swains resturant still going. Awesome crays when I was there years ago for the GP....oh and if you want restaurant recommendations, I eat out at least once a month, so have a pretty good list of some very high quality establishments. Some pricey, some average, all amazingly good food though.
Well pretty much anywhere on Gouger is going to be good. Look up some of restraunts I list and see what fits within your price rangeThanks for all the info and feedback guys, greatly appreciated :beerbang:
Gravey- i'm all ears for some restaurant recommendations, anywhere in particular you can recommend?
Your local would be the Lion, also on Melbourne St. A beautiful large pub, and I believe their beer range is expanding howeve I haven't been there in a while. Also you're a short walk from Adelaide Oval, although I'm not sure they would be doing tours at the moment as the whole place is a construction site.Good timing I'll be at a conference in Radelaide in the first week of December. Staying at the Meridien hotel on Melbourne st North Adelaide. Looks like a 12 min cab ride to The Wheatsheaf.... But is there anything good / worth checking out around my hotel?