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Gong Korean BBQ Restaurant

When people think Korean food, the first words that usually come to mind is “Korean BBQ”. Sure, there is more to Korean food than BBQ, but it’s something that Australians can relate to. There’s a new Korean BBQ restaurant on Hutt Street in the CBD called Gong Korean BBQ Restaurant. It does have a traditional […]

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Sean’s Kitchen – Oyster Festival 2017

Gorging on shellfish is one of the finest indulgences you can partake in, but it can also break the bank! Not this August, though, with this hot tip on the best restaurant to hit up as part of Oyster Festival 2017. Sean’s Kitchen will be dishing up a happy hour with a difference, sending $1 […]

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Cafe Salsa

In Adelaide’s West, just a short stroll in the winter’s sun away from the beach lies Café Salsa. As a restaurant that gives off some serious Kokomo cocktail vibes, Café Salsa intertwines cabana retro décor with some seriously good Italian cooking. If you’re after large classic meals that are cooked to perfection, served by smiling […]

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SMOCK

SMOCK is a new creative space run by artists, diminishing the lines between gallery, museum and theater. The art space is located at the GU Filmhouse on Hindley Street and launched through Renew Adelaide, which connects creative entrepreneurs with property owners through a rent-free, rolling lease model that allows emerging businesses to trial their concept […]

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Lord of the Fries – Pimped Poutine and Chick’n Drumsticks

Adelaide Food Central has visited Lord of the Fries a few times since its Adelaide Grand Opening in February 2017, and tucked into their ethically sourced, vegan/vegetarian delights. The release of a couple of new menu items had us eagerly headed back to Hindley Street to check them out. First up – the 100% vegan […]

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Cosentino – Silestone Eternal Launch

Silestone’s Eternal Collection by Cosentino has arrived in Australia. The new range of kitchen and bathroom counter tops boast beauty, elegance and style and upholds the Cosentino reputation for timeless design. On Thursday evening, top designers and stylists gathered at the heritage, Darling Building, to celebrate the launch of the latest collection in South Australia. […]

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Carl’s Jr. – Mount Barker

Global premium burger chain Carl’s Jr. continues to expand its footprint in Australia thanks to an exclusive agreement signed by Agostino Group and Carl’s Jr. Restaurants LLC. The Group will have the exclusive license to open Carl’s Jr. restaurants in both South Australia and the Northern Territory; their first restaurant is set to open in […]

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Scoffed Cooking School

This is an Adelaide Food Central article like no other. The food that we ate and the photos below are of food that we cooked with our own hands! Adelaide Food Central was invited to Scoffed Cooking School on for a French cooking class on Bastille day. On the menu was an entrée of Savoury […]

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Hugh Hamilton Wines – Whitelion Support

While many of Hugh Hamilton’s wines are named after various black sheep quirks and characteristics, the wines are treated equally. This is a philosophy that is shared by the not-for-profit organisation, Whitelion. Whitelion aims to empower at-risk youth and ensure all young people are treated equally and have the opportunity to thrive, regardless of their […]

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Paracombe Wines – Hutt Street Centre Program Support

It’s winter wine drinking weather and South Australian family business Paracombe Wines have found a way for vino lovers to enjoy their favourite drop while helping to support the plight of homeless people. Adelaide Hills based Paracombe Wines Founder Kathy Drogemuller is again urging Australians to raise much needed funds for the people facing homelessness […]

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