Mexican Society of Chinatown

Some say that every restaurant should have a good story line. The story behind the Mexican Society of Chinatown is that a group of Mexicans immigrated to Australia and moved ...


Sir Cafe – Gouger St – Adelaide

Anybody that has worked their way down Rundle Street would already be familiar with Sir Cafe. Taking over the former BTS store on Gouger Street, Sir Cafe have opened their ...


AsiaFest 2015 – Teppanyaki Degustation

Adelaide Food Central was invited to a 9 course Teppanyaki degustation meal at Asiafest on Thursday. All the food and drinks were complimentary. I love food adventures, especially degustation meals ...



Mazze on Rundle

Scoozi Caffe Bar had been on Rundle Street for as long as ...
Eggs Benedict with Salmon

Pave Cafe

Pave Cafe is a little different to all the other eateries down ...
Raw Pad Thai Salad

Nettle Raw Cafe

As someone who spends nearly everyday eating out, I’ll be the first ...
Avocado and Feta on Rye

Parsec Cafe

Hindley Street is slowly being revitalised with a string of new bars ...

Viet Menu

When I first found out that Viet Menu was located inside the ...

Raw & More

With health foods trending in the food business at the moment, it ...

Dragon Court Seafood Restaurant

With already a handful of Yum Cha places down Gouger Street, competition ...

Sazon Espresso – Adelaide

Sazon first opened in Mt Barker over 6 years ago, and during ...

Long Lost Friend

From the owners of the successful Corner Store Cafe in Dulwich comes ...

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Star Dumplings

Businesses often undergo rebranding in order to revitalise their business. The owners of Star Dumplings have done just that and have adopted a more generic and easy to remember name. The menu is still the same as what I remember from April last year. For lunch, I ordered the Fried Chicken Dumplings. The dish arrived […]

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The last two businesses at this exact same location were kebab shops so it was no surprise that Mado was one as well. Located close to the middle of Gouger Street, this place offers a selection of dips, char grilled kebabs, salads and yiros. Almost perfect for the late night crowd looking for a hangover […]

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I’m a big fan of puns and when I heard of Phonatic, I felt I just had to go there. Located on the western end of Hindley Street, Phonatic is the second Vietnamese eatery to open in the Adelaide CBD this week. They have a lunch menu that is available between 10am and 3pm daily […]

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Club Tropicana

With the warm Summer weather approaching, the Havelock Hotel have converted their upstairs balcony into a tropical oasis. Boasting views of vibrant Hutt Street and the sun setting from the west, Club Tropicana is the new “go to” destination on Thursday nights. There are 6 delicious and refreshing cocktails to choose from, as well as […]

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Pho S.A.

From the previous owners of Thanh Thanh and Adelaide Pho, comes a new project in the heart of the Adelaide CBD. Replacing the former Banana Leaf is the new Pho S.A. restaurant. As their name suggests, Beef Noodle Soup is one of their specialties with 9 types to choose from with bowls available in two […]

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AsiaFest 2015 – Zomato Meetup

It’s a good thing that AsiaFest runs over 10 days this year because there’s so much food to try and performances to watch. Adelaide Food Central was fortunate enough to be invited for a second day in a row to pick up from where we left off from the day before. This time, the event […]

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Cafe 99

Cafe 99 is located on the popular Melbourne Street cafe precinct in North Adelaide. It’s been on my “to eat” list for quite some time and it’s only now that I’ve had a chance to check it out. The cafe itself is small and the place itself looks a bit dated. The menu is a […]

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AsiaFest 2015 – Official Opening

Today marks the official opening of AsiaFest 2015. Separated into different regions around Rymill Park are five culturally diverse Asian origins; China, Japan, Korea, Vietnam and Thailand. Each country will showcase their own cultural traditions through performances and delicious food. China As one of the most populous nations on the planet, there’s a guarantee that […]

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Gypsy Dragon – Media Launch

The opening of Kang Kong earlier this year revitalised the Topham Mall precinct, and the opening of Gypsy Dragon was much anticipated. The night had finally arrived when media and local personalities were invited to the soft opening of Gypsy Dragon. All drinks and food were provided free of charge. Gypsy Dragon is located on […]

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Koko Thai – Media Dinner

We’ve already reviewed Koko Thai when it first opened, however, Adelaide Food Central was invited once again to their official media dinner. This is the third Thai restaurant in this same location but we feel this time, the new owners have got it right. All food and drink were provided free of charge. Now on […]

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