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dined on Sat, 9 Jun 2018

Lovely setting with good views of the lights of Adelaide. We did find it a little noisy as the place filled up. Food was delicious, all in all a great experience.

dined on Mon, 4 Jun 2018

the food was amazing, the service was great - we really enjoyed dining here and will certainly be back.

dined on Thu, 24 May 2018

Always enjoy dining at this restaurant. Staff always make you feel so welcome.

dined on Thu, 17 May 2018

Great night at Windy Point. Food was great and service fantastic.

dined on Thu, 26 Apr 2018

Every was so great had the best service absolutely loved it very beautifully place

dined on Wed, 18 Apr 2018

Expensive but is expected with such Great food and service

dined on Tue, 17 Apr 2018

Food was good, but seating was a bit uncomfortable, as a couple celebrating, we were on awkward angles, so that was a bit annoying Service was great, staff were very nice and attentive

dined on Sat, 7 Apr 2018

We enjoyed our time there. The staffs are friend and knowledgeable. The manager gave us a terrible view for our seating. The food and wine was good.
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About Windy Point Restaurant

Australia’s Hollywood Hills Perched on a cliffside at Belair (Australia’s version of the flashy Bel-Air in Beverly Hills) with panoramic views of Adelaide’s foothills and city is Windy Point Restaurant & Cafe. With old school silver service, a well stocked cellar of respected Australian vintages and generous locally sourced dishes, the stage is set for a truly memorable dining experience at this not so windy restaurant. The stellar dish her has to be the pork belly; sweet flesh contrasted nicely with a kimchi slaw of carrot, wombok and sesame on a smooth potato mash. And if you usually turn your nose up at surf n turf type meals, it’s worth giving Justin Mile’s pairing of wagyu ribs and just seared scallops a shot. With its genteel atmosphere, supremely comfy armchairs and captivating views you’ll feel part of an exclusive club when wining and dining in the hills. Best dish: glazed confit duck leg with cumin-heavy pumpkin mash

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