7/11 Leigh St, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia

French Restaurant, Greek Restaurant, Restaurant

Restaurant, Food

(08) 8212 9444


Open Hours

Monday Closed
Tuesday 12:00 – 3:00 PM, 6:00 – 10:30 PM
Wednesday 12:00 – 3:00 PM, 6:00 – 10:30 PM
Thursday 12:00 – 3:00 PM, 6:00 – 10:30 PM
Friday 12:00 – 4:00 PM, 6:00 – 11:00 PM
Saturday 5:30 – 11:00 PM
Sunday Closed

Driving Directions

The Corner Bistro

About the business

The Corner Bistrot - Adelaide's Authentic French Bistrot

The Corner Bistrot - Adelaide's Authentic French Bistrot

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Kimmie Bawden
Average French food, not suitable for a large group but reasonable for couples. Had a dish with "truffle" was fake truffle oil not the real deal. Small servings.
Simon Wise Gow
This evening we witnessed the restaurant owner threatened to STAB A DINER IN THE FACE with a knife he had by the till! It seemed to be a dispute over the bill when the group went up to pay. The diner and his female friend looked very shaken and the police had to be called in off the street. The owner grabbed the man's credit card off him and only returned it when the police arrived. The police had to calm the owner down as he seemed quite unhinged. It was a very unpleasant ordeal and we left as quickly as possible afterwards. (No we didn't challenge our own bill after that!) Other than that, the food was average and the service was terribly slow, even before this incident.
The pineapple
I dont know what everyone is saying about how the food was bad because it was wonderful!! Especially the potato bake.. the staff was lovely. It took a while for food but that was fine with me.
Andrew Exley
Food was OK but nothing amazing. Small thing but annoyed me was the house bread. For $3.50 served what was akin to a very small bread roll sliced. Served without any accompaniments, had to ask for butter and then noticed on the bill charged an extra $1.40 for this, not advised there would be any extra cost. Service requires some work. Had to consistently ask again for already ordered items. Also staff need to be better trained in both food and wine being sold. When trying to order one of the French wines I was advised a large number of them were "waiting for stock" even their special on the chalkboard wasn't available so why have it on the board?
Benjamin Tebbutt
If i could rate - 1 stars I would. Came in on a summer night to enjoy a nice french cuisine , but what I ended up with was just the french attitude. RUDE. The food was overpriced, and the owner treated his staff like they were second class citizens. I have never felt so sorry for a waiter in my life. The poor bloke look devastated when he was abused by him. Next time, go find yourself another french restaurant because this is not the place to go.

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