Stroll around Parkside, walk to trendy Unley, or drive to Mitcham – all minutes from your short term rental apartment.

Namaste Restaurant Parkside – on Robsart Street corner like the short rental apartments

Namaste Nepalese Restaurant, “An Everest of Culinary Delights” is on the same street as the short term rental apartments. A family owned and operated restaurant, Namasté Nepalese Restaurant is nestled inside a 100 year-old cottage. It has an an open fireplace in winter. Full of fresh wonderful flavours, the meals are a fusion of the best of North Indian, Chinese and Tibetan flavours. Adelaide’s first Nepalese restaurant. Gluten free, Lactose free and Vegan friendly. 41 George St, Parkside SA 5063

The Earl of Leicester Hotel, Parkside – just around the corner

The Earl of Leicester Hotel, one street behind the short term rental accommodation. Nestled in quiet Leicester Street, this sprawling, historical venue serves gastropub food. Visit “Lucky Leicester’s Bistro & Gaming Lounge” or their bar modelled in the style of an old English pub and a large a la carte dining room’. 85 Leicester St, Parkside SA 5063

Parkside Hotel – Glen Osmon Road Parkside

The Parkside Hotel, one of Adelaide’s newest refurbishments. Originally built in 1858 as the Fountain Inn Hotel, the team behind a number of Adelaide’s best pub rejuvenations (The Franklin Hotel, Hotel Wright Street) have created a luxurious, plush and on-trend establishment. A 7 minute walk from the furnished apartments. 142 Glen Osmond Rd, Parkside SA 5063

The Edinburgh Hotel, Mitcham – view to the beer garden

The Edinburgh Hotel: In Mitcham Village, one of South Australia’s original settlements, ‘The Ed’ was built in 1869, and is a hallmark of Mitcham – and Adelaide. The Ed was purchased by Chris Codling and Danny Djurasevich in 1978. Visit the beer garden, taste at the premium wine cellar, try innovative cuisine, or catch up with friends at the bar. Drive via Duthy Street, and you’ll arrive in 10 minutes. 7 High Street, Mitcham SA 5062