Tag Archives: Barbecue chicken

Sliders On Rundle

Joining the burger bandwagon is Sliders on Rundle, which is located at the former site of Alfresco’s.  This place is not purely dedicated to burgers as your pizza and pasta options (that were available at Alfresco’s) are still on the menu. You could almost say that this place has become Americanised Italian, with the addition […]

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Michiru

I know it’s cheaper to buy sushi rolls individually, but I’m kind of getting used to having my sushi delivered by train. Being inside an arcade, the place is a lot smaller than some of their competitors. Seating is limited, however, that doesn’t detract from the popularity of this place. The thing I like about […]

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Thai Spice

For a restaurant, Thai Spice is deceptively larger than it appears. With entrances from the front and rear, I think you could easily fit 80 people in here. With that being said, there is limited parking at the rear of the restaurant, so I can’t see this place ever being a full house. The decor […]

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Colonel Light Hotel

The Colonel Light Hotel is set in a historical building on the western side of Light Square. The decor is relatively modern and there is plenty of seating both inside and out. The staff here are friendly and the service is above average. The atmosphere is fairly relaxed, mainly due to the lack of customers. […]

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Apothecary 1878

They say to properly critique a place, you need to go there several times. The first time I visited this place, I had tapas in the bar area and the customer service wasn’t exactly the best. Tonight, we dined in the restaurant area, located in the basement of the building, and the experience was top […]

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Hypnothaized

Don’t be fooled by the lack of Thai people that work here! There could have been a team of Thai chefs slaving away in the kitchen, but that couldn’t be verified. Whatever the case, Hypnothaized is one of the best Thai restaurants in Adelaide. From the same team that originally opened Tongue Thai’d in Mile […]

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Royal Oak Hotel

The Royal Oak is a pub located on busy O’Connell Street in North Adelaide. While the exterior has a quaint facade, the interior is like a 1950’s unrenovated urban warehouse. We sat at a table that was made from recycled cinema seats, although the furnishings around us seemed to be a mish mash of throw […]

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Hackney Hotel

Many places around Adelaide boast about having the best burger, and The Hackney is one of them. Having been to all of the recognised gourmet burger joints in Adelaide, I was here to put this place to the test. The Hackney has a bar, a restaurant area, several function rooms and a gaming lounge. The […]

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Ohashi

Ohashi is a Japanese take away outlet in the Renaissance Arcade food court. They sell sushi and a range of preprepared Japanese dishes. Today, I ordered the Karaage Curry. For those who don’t know, karaage is a Japanese cooking technique where meat, in this case, chicken, is marinated in soy sauce, garlic and ginger, seasoned […]

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Lime and Lemon

Lime & Lemon have been around for a very long time, long before their two Thai competitors came on to the scene. This cafe offers all your traditional Thai dishes, and from what I could see of the menu, very little has changed since I was last here many years ago. The cafe is long […]

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