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Eating Out in Alice Springs, Australia

Despite the fact that Alice Springs is not a bit town, the choice of different food and establishments in which to dine is certainly impressive. If you’re looking for something cheap and cheerful head to Todd Mall which is lined with lots of eateries, most with outdoor seating, and a host of pubs too which serve an excellent selection of very cheap but very filling specialties.

Barbecues are popular too and can usually be found in one place or another every night of the week. There are really good fun and more often than not, end up becoming quite a party. For those of you who are partial to something a little more refined, however, you will find quality restaurants serving up cuisine from all over the world throughout Alice Springs. Seafood is really popular in the town and is flown in daily ensuring that it’s always fresh and of the best quality.

As well as the more common restaurants and cafes, Alice Springs also offers its visitors some pretty unique eating experiences. For example you can dine on the old Ghan Train a couple of evenings a week or head out into the bush to throw boomerangs while your meal is cooked outdoors using the most basic of facilities. Others ride a camel to dinner while more settle for a relaxed, romantic meal under the stars. Rest assured, however, that whatever you settle for, you won’t be disappointed.

Restaurants in Alice Springs

  • Al Fresco's

    Cinema Complex, Todd Mall, Alice Springs, Australia

    Serving an excellent selection of authentic Italian cuisine including some delicious cakes and gealati or ice cream, you can choose between something smaller and cheaper in the café or a full meal in the restaurant.

  • Camel's Crossing

    Fan Arcade, Todd Mall, Alice Springs, Australia

    A bright, lively BYO establishment dishing up a host of tasty Mexcian food and fun until as late as you can manage. Really good place to begin a night on the town.

  • Golden Inn Chinese Restaurant

    9 Undoolya Road, Alice Springs, Australia

    This one needs no introduction. Specialists in Szechuan, Cantonese and Malaysian cuisine, this is also a BYO restaurant which offers a take away service for those of you who are just too busy to sit down or fancy a quiet night in.

  • Red Ochre Grill

    Todd Mall, Alice Springs, Australia

    For those of you who fancy trying some authentic Aussie cuisine, this is the place you need to visit. Offering award-winning food in a typical Australian environment, this restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

  • All Seasons Frontier Oasis

    10 Gap Road, Alice Springs, Australia

    For a barbecue to remember, an eatery serving the likes of Jurassic T-Bones and King-Kong Kebabs should do the trick. Taking place every Thursday from 6.00pm, this is one you don’t want to miss.

  • La Castalinga

    105 Gregory Terrace, Alice Springs, Australia

    Serving the best pizza in Alice Springs, this place also has a full Italian menu and is fully licensed for an added bonus. Take away service available too.

  • Overlander's Steakhouse

    72 Hartley Street, Alice Springs, Australia

    For all the true meat lovers among you there isn’t much better than this in the town. Also has a number of vegetarian options too so all tastes are catered for.

  • Keller's Swiss & Indian Restaurant

    Gregory Terrace, Alice Springs, Australia

    An interesting combination, Keller’s serves excellent examples of both types of cuisine and at prices which are certainly designed to please the budget conscious among you. May have to wait a little while, but it’s well worth it.

  • Oscars

    Cinema Complex, Todd Mall, Alice Springs, Australia

    Specialising in seafood, Oscar’s has an extensive range of European cuisine on the menu as well as the famous Territory Barramundi – the traditional fish of the state.

  • Dingo's Cafe Restaurant

    Corner Stott Terrace & Todd Street, Alice Springs, Australia

    Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, this eatery serves a little of everything. Great place to stock up on a cheap and extremely filling breakfast – just the thing after a big night out.

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