Bistro Dom owners Ben and Dominika Johnston arrived in Adelaide in 2002. Fresh from Europe, they looked to create a ‘café du coin’ like you find on almost every street in Paris. A home away from home, where you find true hospitality, a generosity of spirit, and honest and quality offerings.
This philosophy is being kept alive in all their establishments. Their objective is create an environment that is for the comfort of the guest. Where you can relax and allow yourself to be taken care of in a personable and unpretentious manner.
After the success of the original Duthy Street Deli, the couple turned their attention to the Queen Street Café, which they established in 2004 and which they still operate today.
Bistro Dom was established in 2008 and was born from a nostalgic craving for the ‘come as you are’ European bistro. An eatery that can be all things from a quick one course and glass of wine affair through to a grand occasion, celebrated with excellent food and wine.
Very much French in its inspiration, Bistro Dom sources local produce and mixes the classic bistro style with the contemporary. Our wine list is unashamedly French, but we are partial to the local drop also.
At Bistro Dom we open our door to you as a friend. Our staff are fast, don’t mind a chat and will remember your name.
For groups as small as eight people to an event that books our entire restaurant, Bistro Dom offers an ideal space for your party.
Menus start at $63.50 per person for two courses.
Please contact our staff to discuss all your function requirements on 08 8231 7000 or email@example.com
Art is not merely a decorative, intellectual or materialistic part of Bistro Dom.
Art at Bistro Dom (just like the food) is to celebrate the nature which is intrinsically artistic, and ‘her’ greatest work of art is the human being. By allowing the soul to unfold in its fullness, our response to the wonders of the creation reveals also the riches of our own inner kingdom which is as vast as the universe itself.
Bistro Dom presents you with vibrant images of local, largely self taught, contemporary artist Stephen Langdon who challenges the way we see.
Fish within giraffes, dancing nudes celebrating life, horrifying skulls, damning violence.
Elements from the masters invade his work, with their understanding and approval.
Stephen Langdon is always stretching beyond and the force of this artistic vision creates works that are ready for the world stage.
Bistro Dom doesn’t take any commission from sales of art works and is proud to expose and support these wonderful creations.