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The Lab

You can be forgiven if you have never heard of, or visited, The Lab on Payneham Road before. Nestled away in Royston Park, The Lab boasts a science themed menu and décor. Beakers for glasses are just the quirky beginning, and the menu has a range of delicious dishes for you to devour. Lab Cakes, […]

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The Archer Hotel – New Lunch Menu – August 2017

Iconic North Adelaide pub The Archer has always been a favourite of mine. Whether it be for a long dinner on the tree surrounded balcony, drinks and dancing on the first floor or casual catch-ups at the downstairs bar. Now they have introduced a $15 Lunch Menu available from Monday to Friday, a deal I can’t […]

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Phoenix on Unley

This week Adelaide Food Central was invited to check out the hot new Unley Road breakfast/brunch/lunch spot Phoenix on Unley. On the corner of Unley Road and Wattle Street the floor to ceiling windows make this café a perfect people watching venue. What sets Phoenix apart is its top quality ingredients including their own bacon […]

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Jamaica Blue – Adelaide – New Winter Menu 2017

Jamaica Blue Myer Centre’s New Winter Menu! The weather might be cooling down but it sure it heating up in the kitchen at Jamaica Blue. With the launch of their new winter menu, they’ve added some classics, some fun twists, and some pleasantly surprising combinations for you to try! Adelaide Food Central got first look […]

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Fine and Fettle

Fine and Fettle is a cool new cafe set in a small complex just outside of the city. Owner, Sam Worrall-Thompson, also runs Jack Ruby, and has always had plans to open a cafe in the eastern suburbs. The fitout is modern and contemporary with good use to timber cladding and overhanging greenery. The menu […]

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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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Madame Hanoi – New Lunch and Takeaway Menus

Under the helm of Nick Watt, Adelaide Casino’s Madame Hanoi has been delighting Adelaide with its French–Vietnamese cuisine for a couple of years now. The exciting news is that if you can’t get out of the office for lunch you can still enjoy a Madame Hanoi lunch at your desk. They have launched a takeaway […]

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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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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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