Mai Kitchen

Adelaide Food Central was invited to sample some of the dishes at Mai Kitchen. All food and drink were provided free of charge. Less than 6 months old, Mai Kitchen is a medium sized restaurant located in the quiet side streets of Ferryden Park. Named after one of the owners, head chef and mother, the…

Alphutte

It’s commonly known that both popular Swiss restaurants, Alphutte and Lenzerheide, were previously run by the same couple. Anybody that’s been to Lenzerheide would see similarities in the Alphutte menu. Alphutte has been around for many decades and is a bit of an institution in Adelaide. It does such a roaring trade, it only needs…

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,…

Mango Tree

After hearing rave reviews about Mango Tree from a friend, I thought it was time to check this place out. Located close to the beginning of Port Road heading west, the restaurant appears to be nothing special when you look at it’s narrow frontage. The inside is deceptively spacious with curved arches that separate two…

Pho 75

For those that are not familiar with Vietnamese cuisine, Pho is a noodle soup that contains broth, rice noodles, herbs and meat. It’s a popular street dish that first originated in North Vietnam in the early 20th century. It was only until 1930 that Pho was served with beef cooked rare (Pho Tai), and then…