Belgian Beer Cafe Oostende

There’s nothing more trendier than the Belgian Beer Cafe. I’ve got friends that have met their soul mates here. This place is renowned for two things, beer and mussels. With an 8 page beer menu, a person can get easily distracted by the amount of choice on offer. On this particular occasion, I was here…

Hahndorf Inn

My favourite place for German food is the Hahndorf Inn. When ever I’m in the area, I will make sure that I have lunch there. Hahndorf is a good 20 minute drive from the city, but for premium quality dishes and authentic German cuisine, it’s well worth the drive. The decor is traditional and it’s…

Vego & Love’n It

This is the second vegetarian place I’ve been to in the last 24 hours and I’m noticing a common theme. It’s like I’ve walked through a wormhole and been teleported back to the 1960’s. With mismatched furniture, picture framed mosaics, photos of Bali and Marilyn Monroe, there is no real theme to this place. The…

Taj Tandoor

I’ve been to Taj Tandoor several times over the years and I’ve never had a bad experience. After reading some negative reviews of this place, you’d think I had been dining at a different restaurant. The place itself is in a prime location on Rundle Street. The decor is slightly traditional with a few modern…

The Deli Cafe and Gallery

The Deli normally does a roaring trade, particularly when the pub across the road doesn’t serve food. From the outside, it looks like your typical suburban corner store, but inside, the decor is funky and eclectic. The mismatched furnishings and wall paintings give this place a casual and homey feel. Today, I ordered the Beef…

Fire & Stone Pizza-Teca

Fire and Stone is a small pizza store located on Glynburn Road in Firle. It’s a licensed venue that prides itself on using fresh and high quality ingredients on their pizzas. The dough is made on site and allowed to ferment for 24 hours. Their pizzas are then cooked in a wood fired oven. Sounds…

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…

Blue Lemon

On my way to a big drinking session at the Adelaide Wine Centre, I stumble (no, I wasn’t drunk yet!) onto Blue Lemon who offer a traditional selection of baguettes. Conveniently located across the road from Adelaide University, a lot of their clientele are university students. Today, I ordered their Smoked Salmon Baguette. It was…

Burger Theory – Union St – Adelaide

Burger Theory now has their own store in the city! The 2 classic burger offerings are there, as well as 2 new ones, although one of them was a kid’s burger. There’s a new breakfast menu as well as a selection of beverages. The new staff were put to the test by dealing with real…

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…

Cocolat – Rundle Place

The Cocolat franchise is expanding. If walking to the end of Rundle Street was too hard for you, there’s now a store inside the Rundle Place food court. The desserts are pretty much the same, although I did see a few new ones on their menu. I’m not sure whether there has been an across…

Tea House Yum Cha

For me, yum cha is starting to taste the same where ever I have it, particularly with the mass production of a lot of the food items. I was even more skeptical when someone suggested we have it in a food court. When I approached Tea House Yum Cha in the Rundle Place food court,…