Gondola Gondola has been around for almost a year now. The most recent new-comer restaurant on Peel Street has set new standards to what good, fresh Asian cuisine actually means since its establishment.
What we friggin' love about this joint is their emphasis on incorporating as much fresh produce as possible. We've been informed that the owners have a family farm in Virginia in which they hand-pick the vegetables to be used in the open kitchen. It's also organic, so you can always know that you are getting the best of the best produce of what South Australia has to offer. Farm-to-table is what we could call it.
All the lunch menu items start from $15, and they're all well priced considering the sheer quality, and in most cases, the portion size you get. It's really hard to pick a favourite. Flavour-wise and for great fusion innovation, you cannot go pass the sashimi with Chinese radish. Light, fresh with a beautiful succulent dressing. It's Japanese sashimi with a little Chinese and Thai twist. We also recommend to pair some of these dishes with rice if you want a more substantial lunch.
Don't punish yourself by eating that tuna salad sandwich that's been in a convenient store's fridge for hours on end. Go treat yourself to something fresh and delicious at Gondola Gondola on Peel street today.
12:00 - 2:00PM for lunch, 6:00PM-10:00PM for dinner
12:00 - 02:00PM for lunch, 6:00PM-10:30PM for dinner
5:00PM - 10:00PM for dinner
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