106 Halifax Street, Adelaide 5000 South Australia
Rob Roy Hotel
Sketches of the original Rob Roy Hotel date back to 1850. It was first licensed by Robert Peter ten years earlier in 1840, making it second only to the Queen’s Head in North Adelaide as the longest continuously operating hotel in Adelaide. The hotel is named for the famous Scottish outlaw Rob Roy MacGregor. This 18th Century Robin Hood was immortalized in Sir Walter Scott’s biography (1817) and more recently in the 1995 film Rob Roy, starring Liam Neeson and Jessica Lange.
Adelaide’s Rob Roy Hotel was built in stages that provide a clue to its longevity. It is one of the oldest hotel buildings in the city. It ranks in importance with the Queens Head in Kermode Street, North Adelaide, Prince Albert in Wright Street and the former Beresford Arms in Gilles Street.
The Rob Roy Hotel Restaurant is our bustling casual dining area with fun, modern and fresh air, barista-made coffee, amazing food is an understatement and our brand new delicious Kally's Kitchen selections are a real hit! Casual, modern dining is what inspires us and the menu we offer caters for any palate. Everything from the classics of pub grub, more exotic offers and to our latest 'n' greatest addition, our luscious Kally's Kitchen!
It's the perfect spot for social dining that brings people together, where the outside seeps in and the community begins.
Bookings are encouraged.