Tasting Australia 2018 – Urban Pantry and Cellar Door

If it were any other time of year, you might have had to travel far and wide to taste the best South Australia has to offer. However, thanks to Rundle Mall’s Urban Pantry & Cellar Door, you can find it all collected within the heart of the city. From April 13th – 22nd there is…

Smallfry Seafood – New Autumn Menu 2018

They might be called Smallfry, but don’t let the name fool you. They’re serving up some big flavours! Bringing together a fusion of Japanese and traditional Australian, Smallfry Seafood is a contemporary seafood bar located on Waymouth Street, just off of King William. It’s the kind of spot you’d feel as comfortable dashing in to…

The Hindley and HQ – Functions

The Hindley and HQ, located on the revived West End of Hindley Street which launched in October 2017 opens its doors as a spectacular functions space with options to suit a variety of events of different sizes. The venue, which has already hosted a range of networking events, engagement and birthday parties, award dinners and…

Jamaica Blue – Adelaide

If Jamaica Blue in the Myer Centre isn’t the first place that comes to mind when you’re considering a great cup of coffee or a flavourful meal, it’s time to think again! Located a quick escalator ride up from the Rundle Mall entrance into the Myer Centre sits the bright and inviting Jamaica Blue. This…

The Lion Hotel – Bar Menu

Last week we were invited to try the delicious restaurant menu at the iconic Lion Hotel, and this week we returned to check out what the bar menu has to offer. The menu is extensive, with representation of the pub classics; schnitzels, salt and pepper squid and of course the famous Lion burger. There are…

The Rustic Fig Cafe – Desserts

After a successful visit to The Rustic Fig Cafe a few weeks ago, we knew we had to head back for some dessert too! Luckily for us, owners, Erica and Naji Rizk, were generous enough to invite us back to enjoy some of the unique Lebanese desserts they make inhouse. Maamoul These crumbly little treats…

Lord of the Fries – New All Vegan Breakfast Menu

I have lived a mostly plant-based lifestyle for the past 7+ years. While I’m not 100% vegan in the traditional sense, I do choose animal free eats or products the majority of the time. So, believe me when I say, it is not easy to find a totally vegan and easily accessible breakfast sandwich. For…

Hellbound

From Rundle Street you can see little more than a narrow staircase, plunging into a basement offering a pink glow. As you descend the stairs you are Hellbound, but not to a place of torment and punishment. Despite having an abundance of sinful delights this bar is anything but damned. The menu is substantial, yet…

B’Churrasco

New Brazilian barbecue restaurant, B’Churrasco, has opened its doors to the people of Adelaide. Previously home to PJ O’Briens, B’Churrasco showcases distinctive modern flavours of Brazil with its selection of meats, poultry, sausage, sauces and sides; with each dish traditionally prepared and then cooked over charcoal on giant skewers. We were lucky enough to be…

The Lion Hotel – Restaurant Menu

The classically beautiful dining room of the Lion Hotel Restaurant has always raised the bar for the traditional ‘pub’ dining room. There is the reassuring transparency of the exposed kitchen off set by glamourous lighting and crisp linens. For those of us who are consumed by watching the theatre of the kitchen some tables make…

Westfield Marion Shopping Centre – Fresh Food Mall

We had the pleasure of visiting Westfield Marion Shopping Centre over the weekend to try out some of the dining options available at their Fresh Food Mall, which has been open for just over six months. “We are excited to welcome shoppers to the new Fresh Food Mall and Eatery which showcases a variety of…

Lakes Hotel – Relaunch

To say the Lakes Hotel at West Lakes is a proverbial wonderland for adults would be an understatement. Family owned since 1985, Trent Fahey recalls going to the formerly named The Lakes Resort Hotel with his family when he was young. His father often commenting: “One day I’ll buy this place.” So it was no…