One of the most notorious places for a good schnitzel in Adelaide (in my books, that is)! I have been here a few times and I am please to say that in terms of food quality and quantity, it is fairly consistent and satisfying.
The pub's restaurant different daily specials for diners and it would be worthwhile to check it out before dropping by:) We were charged $15 for any schnitzel of our choice.
Duck pizza~ This was recommended by the waiter and despite it costing a bit more than the other pizzas, we found this one a bit lacking in terms of taste and portions. A few scatters of meat, beetroot, mushroom slices and feta cheese:( Nevertheless, I would return here to try their other pizzas as I have heard good reviews of them.
Seafood schnitzel~ can't recall if this was named Surf and Turf schnitzel or not but it is the same thing, hey? Chicken schnitzel topped with squid slices and prawns. Squid had a surprisingly melt-in-your-mouth texture and wasn't rubbery. Delicious overall:)
Maui schnitzel~ I am guessing this is a Hawaiian inspired schnitzel, topped with loads of pickled green chillies, salami and a generous dressing of cheesy sauce. Super tasty and goes really well with the crunchy, succulent textures of the schnitzel.