Pink Pig Wine Bar

For over 40 years now, anybody travelling down O’Connell Street would have noticed a giant pink pig sticking out of a building wall. With recent renovations of nearby venues, it not nearly as prominent as it once was. The outside might look a bit tacky, but the inside is more modern with a casual vibe….

Sammy’s On The Marina

I must admit I’ve always been reluctant to come to Sammy’s due to the overwhelming number of negative reviews. I came to the restaurant tonight with little expectation but was pleasantly surprised at how good this place was. Sammy’s is set in one of the most ideal locations on the Holdfast Shores marina. Set over…

Paul’s Seafood – Gouger St

Paul’s Seafood on Gouger Street has been around for nearly 70 years. The decor is nothing flash, however it still comes across as being neat and presentable. There’s good use of timber throughout, and the blue and white colour scheme reminds you of the sea. With seating both upstairs and on the ground floor, everything…

Bacchus Wine Bar

If I were reviewing Bacchus purely on location, it would get a perfect rating. The bar is literally metres away from the beach, and the views of the sunset during the Summer are simply amazing. The place itself is not that large, and the atmosphere will depend on the time of day you come here….

Louca’s Seafood Grill

Dedicated seafood restaurants are few and far between in Adelaide. Located on the busy Hutt Street precinct, Louca’s Seafood Grill has all your seafood cravings covered. Whether you want your fish battered, crumbed or grilled, the menu is simply laid out. The emphasis is on variety and freshness of the seafood and this place does…

Richmond Oysters – Richmond – Melbourne

Richmond Oysters has been around for over 50 years and caters for all your seafood needs, whether it be fresh, cooked, dine in or take away. The front part is the restaurant, while the rear is where the fresh seafood is sold. We were here for the seafood and we wanted to try a little…

Oyster Shop

The Oyster Shop is a small fish and chip store located down the busy end of Jetty Road. As their name suggests, they also serve oysters, shipped from Coffin Bay. There’s a take away section at the front, and a dine in section around the back. Not surprisingly, the take away menu is slightly cheaper…

Cafe Di Mare

I’ve had some ordinary meals at the Grand Chancellor Hotel on Hindley, so when we came to Cafe Di Mare, which is inside the Grand Chancellor Hotel on Currie Street, I had very little expectation. The literal translation of Cafe Di Mare from Italian is “Cafe of the Sea”. Not surprisingly, seafood dishes make up…

Blanc On O’Connell

This award winning restaurant is located upstairs in the North Adelaide Village shopping centre. Modernly decorated the place is cosy and intimate with a bar at the front and the dining area at the back. The waiting staff did appear to be young and inexperienced but that did not affect the dining experience as a…