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Gateaux 259

At Adelaide Food Central, we love our desserts and pastries and were excited to discover a recently opened patisserie in the eastern suburbs. Nestled within a shopping complex in the posh suburb of Malvern is Gateaux 259. Open for only 7 months, the owners Stephanie Rijken and James Donnelly, have backgrounds in hospitality and a […]

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Mad.Good Cafe

I was looking up the Mad.Good Café online and I stumbled on Urban Dictionary’s definition of Mad Good – Praise, exclamation, delight. Yes, this café is suitably named. Chef Asa’s passion for food is clear as he sets about making it with a focus on fresh, local produce. There is a genuine sincerity and honesty […]

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Muffin Break – West Lakes

Muffin Break first began in Canada in the 1980’s and prides itself on serving fresh coffee and delicious food with great service. It was not until 1989 that the first Muffin Break store opened in Australia and when that happened, the menu was refined to include a local twist. While there are many Muffin Break […]

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The Store – New All Day Brunch Menu

The Store is a busy restaurant in North Adelaide that opened in 1998. Brunch is a popular time of day where people like to get together to share fantastic food and coffee. The Store decided to listen to their customers wants by re-introducing its all day brunch menu. Providing brunch all day means that all […]

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Bravo’s Kitchen

Today for lunch, Adelaide Food Central was invited to Bravo’s Kitchen on the Parade, Norwood. In the same location that was once Cafe Bravo, the business has come under new ownership. With it, is a revamped menu which offers a range of breakfast, lunch and dinner options. Not only does Bravo’s Kitchen provide a range […]

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Luigi Delicatessen

This morning for breakfast Adelaide Food Central was invited to Luigi’s Delicatessen. A small cafe located on Flinders street providing breakfast, morning tea, lunches and afternoon snacks as well as their special blend coffee. Luigi himself is passionate about his food and his customers. He loves to share with everyone his fresh, local produce and […]

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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 take the plunge, the risk of failure is high as most new business owners close up shop within the first twelve months. Not so for […]

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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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Whistle & Flute

When it comes to dining along Greenhill Road, there wasn’t much choice for those who worked in one of the many corporate offices. That’s all before Whistle & Flute came along. Josh Baker (of Pink Moon Saloon, Clever Little Tailor and Coffee Branch) saw the potential in the city fringe location and brought along Steward […]

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Stamford Grand Adelaide – The Grand Bar – Brekkie on the Deck

When it comes to impeccable locations, the Stamford Grand Adelaide in Glenelg has it all. The iconic hotel is only footsteps from the beach and boasts magnificent beachside views that few places can offer. Located on the ground floor is The Grand Bar where locals, guests and tourists congregate. With live music, all day dining […]

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