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Hispanic Mechanic – Revisit

When I first started as a Food Blogger, I quickly learnt that the most popular posts were from new eateries that opened up. I would always aim to visit new ...

Wild Buffalo Burger

Kristian’s Kitchen

It’s not uncommon for a business to undergo re-branding in order to change their fortunes. The owners of the former Ambient have done just that by renaming themselves to Kristian’s ...

Butter Chicken

New Haveli Restaurant

New Haveli is a restaurant located on Grange Road at the former site of Red Lenny’s. I only noticed it while driving past recently and was intrigued by the fact ...

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Scallop Kataifi

Sushi Planet – New Signature Menu

Adelaide Food Central was invited to sample the new Signature Menu at ...
Kingfish crudo, dill, pomegranate, radish, beets

Olea – Official Launch

Adelaide Food Central was invited to the official launch of Olea at ...
Banana Panna Cotta with Dragonfruit

Kang Kong – Grand Opening

Adelaide Food Central was invited to the grand opening of Kang Kong. ...
Satay Chicken and Satay Beef

PappaRich

Adelaide Food Central was invited to the opening launch of PappaRich on ...
Chocolate Fondant

Movenpick – Grand Opening

Adelaide Food Central was invited to the Grand Opening of Movenpick which ...
Lychee Bavarois

Cliche

Artwork on restaurant walls is nothing new, however, The Wonderful Winkler Gallery ...
Dry-aged Burger

Sean’s Kitchen

With the former North restaurant going south, the prime location just outside ...
Burger Italiano

Jamie’s Italian

During the opening for family and friends last week, I was told ...
B & B Burger

Bread & Bone Wood Grill

Adelaide’s love affair with burgers continues as we see a new burger ...

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Chocolate and Strawberry Waffle

The Waffle King – Glenelg

The second Waffle King store is located on Jetty Road in Glenelg along the busy shopping and cafe precinct. It’s the first store bearing the Waffle King name that is based on the new franchise model. It’s a lot smaller than the parent store with take away customers as their primary focus. The decor is […]

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Buddha's Delight

Ming Room

Funnily enough, I do love Chinese food, in fact I could eat it every day! Perhaps it’s because I’m Chinese? So I was excited at the prospect of trying out Adelaide’s Ming Room in Angas Street (formerly Beijing Chinese Restaurant), right near the Arts Theatre. Ming Room’s website boasts Chinese cuisine based on the freshest […]

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Pastrami Bagel

The Beigelry

In the United States in the early 1900’s, 300 bagel craftsmen established standards for bagel production. The bagels were prepared by hand and weighed between 57 and 85 grams. The bagels were smaller and dense, and were made with high gluten flour and mixed with malt syrup, salt, water and yeast. They were then rolled […]

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Button Mushroom and Chocolate Espresso Cake

The Highway – Mushroom Month

Last night, Adelaide Food Central was invited to sample The Highway’s “Mushroom Month” menu. All food and drink were provided free of charge. For the fifth year running, The Highway Hotel is giving customers the chance to get their vitamin B fix by celebrating “Mushroom Month” with a selection of dishes that feature nature’s hidden […]

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Rigatoni con Salsicce

European Cafe

Some eateries have that magic formula, and it’s obvious that European Café on the Parade, Norwood has it. 36 years in business is evidence enough! This casual, busy café has maintained its popularity by continuing to serve delicious, hearty home-style Italian food with lashings of old fashioned Italian hospitality. I’ve been there a number of […]

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Flinders Ranges' Orroroo Kangaroo Saddle

Windy Point Restaurant – Festival of Food 2015 – Revisit

After a not so perfect evening a fortnight ago, Adelaide Food Central was invited back to Windy Point Restaurant for the re-creation of the experience. Once again, it was the Festival of Food journey with the Entree Tasting Plate, a main course of our choice and the Petit Fours. The House-made Ciabatta was so much […]

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Piadina Capocollo

Cibo – Glenelg

Cibo Glenelg is located on Moseley Square, right in the heart of all the action. Better known for their coffee, they also have a selection of savoury and sweet items on their menu. For lunch, I ordered the Piadina Capocollo which is a grilled flatbread with ham, cheese and spinach. The ingredients are so simple […]

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Focaccia Pollo

Cibo – Waymouth St – Adelaide

One of the newer Cibo’s in the city is located on Waymouth Street on the ground floor of the Gallery building. A popular destination among nearby city workers for their coffee, they also offer a selection of sweet and savoury items to satisfy your hunger. For lunch on this occasion, I ordered the Focaccia Pollo […]

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Chicken Pad Thai

Lai Thai

I’ve had some bad experiences with Thai food from food courts, mainly because the dishes are pre-prepared and sitting in the warmer. While this is the case with some of the dishes at Lai Thai, the majority is freshly cooked upon ordering. The menu is not as extensive as a cafe or restaurant, nor should […]

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Crab Linguini

River Cafe – Festival of Food 2015

I usually make an effort to visit every participating Festival of Food establishment each year, but it’s nearly two years since my last visit to the River Cafe. With the introduction of the smartphone application, we’ve been given a lot more time to visit each restaurant, as compared to the leaflet which had to be […]

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