For a small town, Naracoorte has big food choices. The range of cuisine reflects the growing and changing population. Here’s a sample:
• Traditional Chinese dishes for a sit-down or takeaway meal at Dragon Village Chinese Restaurant in MacDonnell Street.
• Many Thai dishes, as well as Aussie takeaways (fish, chicken and chips) at Showgrounds Cafe on a corner of Smith Street and Sandstone Avenue.
• An Asian fusion selection of takeaways from Papa’s Rich Noodle Bar in Smith Street.
• The new Pearl Indian Restaurant in Rivoli Arcade, between Smith and Robertson streets, offers authentic Indian dishes.
• Morris’s Bakery is a much-loved family bakery in the centre of the main street, Smith Street.
• A huge range of takeaway food at Knight’s Snack Bar in Smith Street, a Naracoorte institution.
• Popular coffee shops with savoury and sweet treats, Maddies Cafe in Goodchild Place, between Smith and Ormerod streets; The Blacksmith’s Cafe at Kincraig Plaza in Robertson Street; Sweet Espresso in Smith Street.
• Then there’s the Little Cake Shop for sweet treats and coffee in Ormerod Street.
• The 24-hour McDonald’s family restaurant, including McCafe, in Rolland Street, near the corner with Smith Street.
• Subway in Smith Street for a great variety of freshly made subs, cookies and coffee.
• Plus three hotels for a wide range of schnitzels, steaks, chicken, fish with hot vegetable selections and salad bars. Bushman’s Arms in Robertson Street and Kincraig Hotel and Billy Mac’s at the Naracoorte Hotel-Motel in Smith Street.