Pauls Seafood on the Parade
218 The Parade
Norwood, South Australia. 5067
t: (08) 8333 2633
7 Days a Week
11.30am to 2.30pm
5pm till late
You'll find Pauls Seafood Restaurant located between the corners of Queen and Margaret Streets with carparking out the front on The Parade or around the corner in either side street.
Or we're just a short walk from all the other fabulous shops surrounding us and the large off-street carparks in George Street, a 3 minute walk down the road to the traffic lights.
Adelaide Metro Bus Stop 9 is just West (closer to Osmond Terrace) from our front door, or Bus Stop 10 toward Portrush Road.
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Pauls Seafood on the Parade
Since the 1940s, Pauls - seafood restaurant has been synonymous with a 'keep-it-simple' approach to serving fresh local fish & produce with an emphasis on generous meal serve sizes. Their menu also boasts a selection of steaks and other dishes, complemented by a regularly changing unique selection of wines with an emphasis on boutique wineries to complement your meal choice.
- Balcony Dining on Summer nights
- Small Function groups welcome
- Daily lunch specials
- Oysters are always 14 to the Dozen
- Takeaway menu available
- Dining Upstairs or Down
To understand the atmosphere you'll enjoy at Pauls and the quality of the meal you will be presented, what better way than to read a review by acclaimed food critic from The Advertiser - Tony Love - who recently dined in our restaurant. Here are a few of his kind thoughts ...
" (...) No frills, no tricky menu or table waiting negotiations. No head-spinning wine lists.
Open the doors of Norwood's Paul's on Parade and all of this seems entirely possible. One of a small number of similar old school fish restaurants that still remain here and on Gouger St, run by Greek families for decades and barely changing tack in all that time, Paul's on Parade has an extraordinary history and a legion of loyal fans to go with it.
This weekend lunchtime the diners include many with their elderly parents, as well as younger children.
(...) Amazingly, the menu here hasn't changed, essentially, in the 15 years that the Varvounis family has owned Paul's on Parade.
(...) Prawn shaslick are large, juicy and brilliantly cooked. Just brilliantly. The fish choices for mains start with generic hake fillets, then head into local hero territory with garfish, snapper and King George whiting – crumbed, battered, and grilled.
(...) Clearly owner Nick Varvounis has figured there's a new and hungry generation of diners who get what Paul's can do, both with the seafood and the wine. It's a blast from the past and a nod to our excellent southern seas produce.
No frills, thank goodness."
Tony Love - The Advertiser - Taste - February 2010
Read Tony's FULL REVIEW