Where To Eat In Mannum

Mannum gives visitors the true Murray River experience, located on the west bank of the river in South Australia. Mannum is the ideal place for a short holiday and to enjoy some true South Australian eats. Stay with us at The Mannum Motel, budget accommodation overlooking the Murray River and situated right at the end of the main street of Mannum. In no particular order, we have handpicked some of our favourite Mannum eateries for you to explore during your stay!

Picklemee Grandma  

Located in the oldest building at historic Mannum, Picklemee Grandma serves delicious homemade food, with daily breakfasts being a specialty. The café also sells a range of quality arts, crafts and furniture, emphasising local Mannum artisans. Open Wednesday to Sunday from 10am to 4pm, the café is conveniently located along the main street.

Photo via (FB) Picklemee Grandma

Randell Street Bakery

Your visit to Mannum isn’t complete without a visit to the iconic Randell Street Bakery with tourists claiming that the bakery is home to “the best coffees ever”. Open Monday to Saturday and located right on the main street of Mannum, you’ll have to make a visit and choose from their large range of savoury and sweet treats.

Pretoria Hotel Bistro 

The Riverview Bar & Bistro located at the Pretoria Hotel provides patrons with uninterrupted views of the River Murray. Choose to dine inside or outside on the balcony and watch the river boats pass by. With a wide range of meal choices including a Seniors and Kids menu, there is something for everyone at the bistro.

Café Mannum

This eatery arguably gives patrons the best views in Mannum! Offering a fantastic menu with meals made from the freshest ingredients for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. Open for Coffee and Cake from 7am-9am daily, enjoy the views from their huge windows or sit outside and take in the atmosphere of Murray River life.

Photo via (IG) @cafemannum

Where to stay? The Mannum Motel, accommodation on a budget located right next to the Murray River. Book Now!

Featured Image credit to Dave Hartley