Paul’s Seafood – Gouger St

Paul’s Seafood on Gouger Street has been around for nearly 70 years. The decor is nothing flash, however it still comes across as being neat and presentable. There’s good use of timber throughout, and the blue and white colour scheme reminds you of the sea. With seating both upstairs and on the ground floor, everything…

Hogs Breath Cafe – Adelaide

Hogs Breath is a steak franchise with stores across the country. While the menu may be the same, there are some stores that cook their meals better than others. I’ve been here on many occasions and the meals here have been average. My most recent visit to this place saw little improvement. Today, I ordered…

BTS Cafe – Gouger St

BTS, for those in the know, stands for “Better Than Sex”. I noticed Better Than Sex were opening up a new store on Gouger Street and I was really pumped about coming here. I have a bit of a sweet tooth, and their delicious cupcakes are right up my alley. Well, maybe not my alley,…

Wah Hing

As I make my way through every Chinese restaurant down Gouger Street, the next place on the “places to eat” list is Wah Hing. The venue itself is long and narrow, with possible seating for about 50, and the front entrance can be a little deceiving, as it looks like you’re walking past windows. The…

Star Of Siam

I must I admit, I really like Star of Siam. A group of us were indecisive about where to eat after the Cirque du Soleil show, and this place was happy to accommodate our last minute booking. Located on the Gouger Street food precinct, Star of Siam offers all your traditional Thai favourites. The staff…

Passatempo Caffe

If you’re wandering down Gouger Street, but you’re not feeling too adventurous food wise, Passatempo is the place for you. Located on Gouger Street, this basically decorated cafe offers all your traditional Italian fare. The staff here are friendly and inviting, and the service is good. On this particular occasion, I ordered the Calzone Rustico….