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All reviews steak goat dish fried potatoes t bone paella tapas churros salad pork oysters argentinian malbec rundle street cooked to perfection meat lovers red wine melt in your mouth good quality food
Four of us had dinner on a Saturday night, it was during the Fringe Festival which meant it was really busy.
Staff were friendly but we waited far too long for our meals over an hour and a half ok The food was ok, nothing...More
Had a quick dinner before a Fringe Show.
My first time eating goat and I must say it was delicious.
My partner had the vege risotto but said it was too salty for her taste and I tried it and found it salty too.
i don't know if it was our party size and/or the business of the restaurant, but our group of 40 had reservations for dinner at 1930 and didn't eat until after 2200. this may be custom for others, but a little shocking for some of...More
We ate Dinner at Sosta Argentinian Restaurant in Rundle St. Adelaide on Saturday night 2/3/19 before seeing the Wonderful “Hans Like A German” at the Festival Fringe.
An excellent location and close to The Garden and Gluttony Festivities. As usual the staff and food do...More
Wow, I have eaten at a lot of steak restaurants but the fillet steak I enjoyed at Sosta was one of the best. Do tender and juicy it melted in my mouth.
Was there as a large group but they still managed to get the...More
Post an Adelaide fringe show dinner.
Great outdoor setting and a perfect mixed grill platter to share.
Sides, potatoes, calamari, grilled chicken, scotch fillet was very tasty and more than enough to go around.
Unfortunately this was my worst dining experience to date.
Pointed to a table, and left there for 5 minutes with no menus or water. Considering we were one of 5 tables at the time I would have hoped for more attentiveness.
Overall service continued to...More
Went in for a light meal and ordered 4 tapas for me and boyfriend. The food was great, especially potatoes, pickled octopus and the dessert called bombas was amazing !!! The staff were very friendly and quick service. Will definitely recommend.
As expected, a great range of fine meats.
Sostas is a reliable stalwart on this trendy strip of restaurants . Greeting is friendly, and usually a table for walk ups, but booking ahead wouldn’t go astray. Reliable supply of local and international beers and wines....More
Wow...I love to eat and this would have to be my favourite restaurant in Adelaide. A group of us dine here regularly and have never ever left disappointed. On this occasion we started with the Empanadas and the Spatchcock... Then the Grilled Seafood Platter... they...More