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Beach Bum

Beach Bum opened on O’Connell St in 2016, and is unlike any other restaurant in Adelaide. From the eye-catching interior decorating, to the unique Japanese-Hawaiian food, to the impressive menu of cocktails, Beach Bum is the place to be for any occasion. Suitable for omnivores, carnivores, vegetarians, pescatarians, vegans and any other diet you might […]

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Spaghetti Western – Cocktail Soiree

Thursday night Adelaide Food Central attended Spaghetti Western’s Cocktail Soiree. We were graced with an assortment of cocktails and finger food throughout the night. Spaghetti Western is the newest addition to King William Street in the City. An Italian-American inspired bar that dishes up traditional Italian food with a Wild Western twist. To start off […]

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The Curious Squire – New Winter Menu 2017

Long established Eatery, wing destination and home of James Squire beverages; O’Connell Streets The Curious Squire has a new chef and a updated Louisiana inspired menu. The Yoder Smoker is still there producing succulent port and rib dishes, but Chef Joshua Barry has set out to modernise and the menu with subtle technique and flavour […]

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Spaghetti Western

Adelaide Food Central was invited to the opening of Spaghetti Western, a new restaurant on King William Street, which is providing Adelaide a taste of the wild wild west. The three level restaurants is fantastic for after work drinks, a delicious meal or a catch up with friends. Renowned chef Matthew Ryder introduced us to […]

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The Curious Squire – New Menu April 2017

Today for lunch, Adelaide Food Central was invited to sample The Curious Squire’s new menu. The Curious Squire is home to not only the full range of the James Squire beers but also provides a substantial American style menu. Located just moments from the CBD, on O’Connell Steet in North Adelaide, The Curious Squire is […]

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The Flying Fig Deli – Friday Night Service

Ever since The Flying Fig Deli opened its doors in mid-July last year, it’s quickly become an institution. The food is inspired by the great Jewish Delis of New York City with items pickled, cured, smoked and baked from locally sourced produce. Sandwiches are generously stuffed with corn and smoked meats with perfectly preserved dill […]

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Boneshaker

With an official opening this Saturday the 18th of March, Boneshaker is Adelaide’s only spot for ‘Bikes, burgers, burritos & brews’ – the new and decked out eatery forms part of Pumpt, Australia’s first indoor BMX, Mountain Bike, Scooter and Skate Park. The fit out boasts an open industrial feel, with good music, features of […]

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Low & Slow American BBQ

I first experienced Low & Slow American BBQ as a food truck outside the Wheatsheaf Hotel. Anybody that has been to the hotel will know it’s one of the few pubs that doesn’t serve food, and if you’re looking for sustenance, you get it from the food truck that is parked outside. Luckily, the Low […]

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Kingpin Bowling – Norwood

When I was younger, a bowling centre was just that, a place to come and play ten pin bowling. These places have come a long way since then, particularly Kingpin Bowling, which offers a range of other activities including laser tag and arcade games. Food at bowling centres are known to be fairly basic, but […]

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The Flying Fig Deli

History suggests food businesses that do well are those with original ideas and ones that fill a gap in the market. Paul Serafin, former owner of Stax, decided to open a Jewish Deli after a stint in New York. Using traditional cooking techniques inspired by his travels, house made items such as pickles, pastrami and […]

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