SAHA

The Parade’s SAHA has only been open for nine months but its light, bright interior and beach house vibes has already helped this Lebanese café make a name for itself. Owner, Abdoullah Mehio, and with his whole family are involved in the business, with interior design, menu creation, as well as serving both front-of-house and…

Real Falafel

The Adelaide Central Markets has welcomed the arrival of popular Middle Eastern eatery, Real Falafel. From humble beginnings as a food truck service, the opening of their second store right in the CBD makes for a perfect pit stop for busy office workers and uni students. If the colourful store front isn’t enough to draw…

Levant Eatery – Pirie St

Students and CBD nomads have been thronging to visit the Hindley street Levant Eatery to enjoy the generous portions of their Middle Eastern inspired dishes. Excitingly, people in the CBD can now experience the sensation with a centralised location now open on Pirie Street. Their new cafe (Levant Eatery 2) embraces the street food nature…

The Rustic Fig Cafe – Desserts

After a successful visit to The Rustic Fig Cafe a few weeks ago, we knew we had to head back for some dessert too! Luckily for us, owners, Erica and Naji Rizk, were generous enough to invite us back to enjoy some of the unique Lebanese desserts they make inhouse. Maamoul These crumbly little treats…

The Rustic Fig Cafe

We seem to have an abundance of Aussie pubs and Italian restaurants in good old Adelaide, but it’s not often you come across a good Lebanese cafe. Having been open for just over a year now, The Rustic Fig Cafe aims to bring Adelaide some of the authenticity of Lebanese cuisine. Owners, Erica and Naji…

SAHA

SAHA (meaning ‘health’ in Arabic) is a breakfast and brunch café situated in Adelaide’s Eastern suburbs. Since opening not so long ago, SAHA has made a name for themselves, as they serve traditional Lebanese dishes, whilst being food and family orientated. This breakfast and brunch café could not be rated highly enough. Other than the…

Charcoal on O’Connell

The gas versus charcoal grilling debate is a longstanding one. Luckily for us, we were invited to taste some of Charcoal on O’Connell‘s grilled goodness to try and bust this myth ourselves – or at least determine a preference between the two, supported with the experience of taste, if we did not already have one…

Lava Sheesha and Kebab House

While there are a handful of sheesha houses down Hindley Street in the city, there’s still a demand for them, particularly on a Friday or Saturday night. The latest one to open is Lava Sheesha and Kebab House. Like most of these places, you can smoke your sheesha and have something to eat at the…

Alere Restaurant – Festival of Food 2017

Things have come a long way for food at universities. There was once a time when the only food you could get was from the university cafeteria. Ever since private business was allowed to setup shop on university grounds, students, staff and visitors have a had lot more choice when it comes to purchasing meals….

Zayt & Zaatar

Zayt & Zaatar, what a gorgeous place set along the busy Lower North East Road. As soon as you walk in, the ambience and setup of the restaurant is inviting and fresh, accompany that with the enthusiasm and welcoming nature of the staff and it makes for an extremely enjoyable experience. Zayt & Zaatar is…