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PorkStar 2017

Over one hundred of Adelaide’s top chefs gathered at the Hennessy Rooftop Bar of the Mayfair Hotel last night for the 12th PorkStar event hosted by Australian Pork Limited. The ...

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Likuid Espresso

There are a lot of people out there who have an entrepreneurial side to them and warm to the idea of opening up their own food business. For those that ...

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2nd & 6th – New Cocktail Menu – February 2017

Last week I got to sample the exciting and delicious menu at the super-hot Peel Street bar 2nd & 6th, so you can imagine my delight at being asked back ...

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Eros Kafe

Named after the God of Love and having been around for over ...
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Not Guilty Blends

Expanding on the success of the Middle Eastern street food cafe Levant ...
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Lord of the Fries – Adelaide

The story of the Lord of the Fries began back in 2004 ...
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2nd & 6th – New Menu Launch – February 2017

Peel Street newcomer 2nd & 6th is still evolving and increasing in ...
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Eastside Wine & Ale Trail

There’s a misconception that one has to leave the city to experience ...
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East of Norman – New Summer Menu 2017

Adelaide Food Central were honoured to be once again invited to East ...
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The Little Soho – 2017 Media Tapeo Dinner Menu

The ground floor of the Clarion Hotel Soho used to house Decant ...
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Signor Arrosticini

When Massimo came to Adelaide two years ago, he discovered Arrosticini weren’t ...
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The Oxford Hotel – The Festival Feats Menu

Anyone who’s experienced Adelaide during festival season knows it’s the best time ...

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Tasting Australia 2017 – Program Launch

Tasting Australia was launched in 1997 and was the first food and wine festival at a national level. Due to its continued success, the government has injected more money into Tasting Australia, making the event annual. Showcasing South Australia’s premium produce across eight days from April 30 to May 7, the event has expanded regionally […]

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Tasting Australia 2017 – Ana Ros Joins the Table

The World’s Best Female Chef Ana Ros of Hisa Franko is among Tasting Australia’s festival stars of 2017, as the event expands further into South Australia’s famed food and wine regions. Tasting Australia, the country’s pre-eminent food and wine festival, will showcase South Australia’s premium produce across eight days from April 30 to May 7 […]

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Saracens Head Hotel – New Menu Launch Part 2

Located away from the hustle and bustle of the Adelaide CBD lies a historic and very neat pub and beer garden called Saracens Head Hotel on Carrington Street just off King William. Never heard of it? Neither have I until very recently was invited to dine here. You wouldn’t be able to tell from just […]

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Cellar Door Wine Festival 2017 – Regional Media Preview

Boasting the largest festival of its kind, 180 producers in one place over 3 days (Feb 24-26), the Cellar Door Festival is again here and taking base at the Adelaide Convention Centre. Adelaide Food Central was kindly invited for an intimate preview of some of the wineries that would be involved this year. Lost Buoy […]

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Pancakes at the Port

It’s hard to believe but Pancakes at the Port has been around for nearly 16 years. Chef Sylvain first started with the original founders of the business in 2006 and then took over the management side of things in 2014. Like all good businesses, it’s all about supporting the local economy. All the meats, fruits, […]

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Moxie Gin Bar

Fringe fans listen up, there’s a hot new pop up bar in town. Over-looking the Garden of Unearthly Delights from its 1st floor home above East Terrace Continental, Moxie bar is a specialist gin bar, here to entertain and delight this Fringe season. From this prime position on the balcony you can monitor the line […]

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Adelaide Fringe 2017 – Michael Wilkop – Let’s Get Trickier

Behind the wooden doors of ‘The Speakeasy’ at Gluttony hides a magic show so spectacularly fun you’ll be bouncing from your seat in excitement. In his Adelaide Fringe Preview Show, ‘… Let’s Get Trickier’, South Australia’s leading family magician Michael Wilkop – aka Mickster the Trickster – had the audience captivated in seconds as a […]

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Authentic Taste of India

Authentic Taste of India is located within a small shopping complex just outside of the city in Mile End. They have a decently sized menu that is broken down into entrees, biryani, chef’s specials, street food and individual proteins. For lunch, I started off with the Samosa which comes in a serving of two. The […]

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Ayla’s Cafe

With two vegetarian and vegan cafes side by side, Bent Street has always been a place where the healthy congregate. Located in the space that was once Joy Discovery is now Ayla’s Cafe. The menu offers pretty much everything the former cafe cooked up and more. There is a great mix of vegetarian and vegan […]

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Cellar Door Wine Festival 2017 – City Media Preview

It’s that time of year again where the public get to meet, taste and discover South Australia’s produce at the multi award winning Cellar Door Wine Festival held at the Adelaide Convention Centre. Featuring over 180 beer, wine, spirit and food producers from 15 South Australian regions, people can enjoy complimentary tastings and food sampling […]

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