Tag Archives: Beef

Bistro Dom

Bistro Dom is a place that I’ve looked forward to coming to for quite some time. Everybody that I know that has been there has simply raved about it. The establishment is very long and skinny. The bar and dining area is in a space that is three metres wide. Dining tables run along the […]

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Big Wang BBQ

I could have a field day with all the innuendo related to the name of this place, but I’m just not in the mood. Big Wang BBQ is located on Morphett Street, metres away from Whitmore Square. The signage at this place isn’t great with a just sticker on the main window displaying its name. […]

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Colin & Co – Rundle Place

Colin & Co are located at the Grenfell Street entrance of Rundle Place. The place is primarily a coffee shop, however they do have breakfast and lunch options, as well as a selection of sweets. The decor has a funky warehouse feel about it. The floor to ceiling windows maximise the amount of natural light, […]

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Ga Bin

We came to Ga Bin by chance tonight as the restaurant we were supposed to go to didn’t serve food until 6pm. I had heard reports that this place wasn’t very good, so I came here with little to no expectations. Ga Bin call themselves a Korean restaurant, but as one other reviewer had said, […]

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Little Hanoi

Little Hanoi is a little dine in and take away store located on Pirie Street, close to the corner of King William Street. With seating for about 16 people (8 inside and 8 outside), a majority of their clientele are take away customers. Like most Vietnamese places, there are several noodle soups on offer as […]

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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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Yiros Centre

If I’m looking for alone time, I’ll grab a yiros with extra garlic sauce and onions. My breath will be so garlicky, even the vampires will stay away. Usually the only people I can speak to, are the people that had a yiros with me. With the amount of mess a yiros makes, it’s not […]

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Auge Ristorante

Auge is an award winning fine dining Italian restaurant on Grote Street. This place has such a good reputation, they can get away with charging higher prices for their food. With entree prices similar to what you would pay for a main at a normal restaurant, and main prices around the $40 mark, make sure […]

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Love Pho

Love Pho is located in the Myer Centre food court. They’re a small food outlet that offers some of the more popular Vietnamese dishes. Today, I ordered a bowl of their Beef Noodle Soup. Noodles were well cooked but their broth lacked depth in flavour. The meat was on the conservative side, and so was […]

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Bava

Bava is one of the more recent additions to the plethora of Chinese restaurants down Gouger Street. The food on offer here is your stock standard Chinese, that has been customised to the Western palette. The decor here is funky and modern, with seating both upstairs and downstairs for about 50 people. The staff here […]

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