Gaucho’s – New Menu Launch

For as long as I can remember, the name Gaucho’s is synonymous with being one of the original and best Argentinian steakhouses in Adelaide. The steaks are still outstanding, as is their patented chimichurri sauce, however, it’s not all that they do. Adelaide Food Central was invited along tonight, along with other guests, to sample…

Si Senorita Cocina Y Bar

As a Food Blogger, I like to visit eateries that are new or ones I haven’t been to (in that order). On a wet and blustery night, together with fellow bloggers Tempting Palates, we checked out one of the new kids on the block along the Marina Pier, Si Senorita. Serving Spanish tapas they offer…

Panacea – Festival of Food 2014

My last visit to Panacea was nearly two years ago, and based on what I wrote at the time, the group had quite a good experience. While I had been there for a normal tapas meal, I was curious to see what they were like as part of the Festival of Food deal. For $29.50,…

Candela Latin American Food

Candela is a tiny little store just off the tramlines on Goodwood Road. With a seating capacity of about 10, this eatery focuses on Latin American street food which consists mainly of Venezuelan dishes. There are other items on the menu which have Cuban, Columbian and Argentinian influences. The decor here is basic, however, the…

ChurrOZ

ChurrOZ is a food truck that roams around Adelaide serving freshly made churros. Using natural local ingredients, no artificial colours or preservatives, and cooked in a cholesterol free canola oil, these Latin American donuts are the healthiest you’re going to get (if you can call them healthy!). There are basically two types of churros served…