Sir Cafe – Runde St – Adelaide

Sir Cafe is a cute little dessert and tea house located on the first floor of a Rundle Street terrace building. The signage is small and it’s one of those places that you actually need to look for. The decor is both charming and tasteful, which is totally opposite to its nearby neighbour. The elegant…

Hahndorf German Arms Hotel

Every time I’m up in Hahndorf, I usually eat at the Hahndorf Inn, but after my first visit to the German Arms, I was pleasantly surprised. The venue is considerably spacious, and the decor is traditional with good use of timber. Adjacent tables are a good distance apart, and the dining space over different levels…

Nanna Hot Bake

Nanna’s Hot Bake is Central Market’s best kept secret. Specialising in Asian style sweet and savoury buns, this place makes them really good! Particularly, when they’re piping hot and straight out of the oven. For around $2, this is just small change for food that is of a high quality. Today, I ordered the Custard…

National Wine Centre

Adelaide is the number one wine producing state in Australia, so it’s fitting we have a National Wine Centre. I’ve been lucky enough to come here for all sorts of reasons from functions and conferences to cocktail and wine tasting. I’m a regular here on Friday afternoons. On a Friday every fortnight, they have Uncorked…

San Churro – Rundle St

Nearly 500 years ago, chocolate was brought over to Spain from Central America. It was the monks who were entrusted to provide chocolate drinks to the aristocracy. One monk in particular, San Churro, believed chocolate had healing properties and brought joy to peoples lives. In Australia, San Churro is bringing joy to Australian lives with…