Cafe de Vili’s

There’s nothing like a 24 hour bakery on the outskirts of the city. With decor straight of the 80’s, this place serves everything you would find in a corner tuck shop, but on a larger scale. I’ve had the chips and gravy from here before, but this time I went for the Caramel and Banana…

Mylk Bar

Adelaide will no longer be known as the “City of Churches”, but more the “City of Bars”. Mylk bar is one of the latest bars to open up in Adelaide. Located on Flinders Street, at the Victoria Square end, most of the clientele that visit here are white collar workers. The external facade of this…

Sebel Playford Adelaide

Eating a lunch time meal at the bar is one thing, but dining at the restaurant is a totally different experience. Tonight, I had a perfect 3 course meal with absolutely nothing to fault. The meals came out 15 minutes after ordering, and each subsequent course was very well timed. SPICY SOY GLAZED QUAIL –…

Bond & Lane Canteen

You would be surprised at the number of old shopfronts that are found in the suburban backstreets. Some of them are converted into residences, while others remain empty till this very day. Bond and Lane Canteen, on the other hand, have continued with past traditions, and opened up a cafe serving breakfast, lunch, sweets and…

Bar 9 Central

Bar 9 Central is a brand new coffee shop located in the Adelaide Central Plaza food court. With it’s original sister store located on Glen Osmond Road, not only is this place a specialty coffee supplier, but they also sell a range of artisan teas and are a go-to destination for brunch. This place is…

Red Ochre Grill – Festival of Food 2013

Red Ochre is a modern Australian fine dining restaurant located right on the banks of the River Torrens. The place is located upstairs and has magnificent views of the river and the city skyline. The decor is simple yet elegant. The use of natural timber makes this place so Australian. I love the floor to…

Botanic Gardens Restaurant – Festival of Food 2013

If you’ve never been to the Botanic Gardens before, this restaurant may be hard to find. Thankfully, they have large maps at each entrance that tell you where you are, and where the restaurant is. With such beautiful surroundings, having a fine dining restaurant within the gardens just makes perfect sense. The place itself specialises…

Salad Choice – Grenfell St

All this eating out isn’t great for my health, so I thought it was time to introduce some vegetables into my diet. I walk into Salad Choice, which is basically Subway without the bread. Who needs bread anyway? Excess carbs just makes you fat. But then I noticed they sell pizzas. For $7.95, you can…

Munooshi Cafe

Munooshi you say? It’s a cross between a Yiros and a Calzone. Pita bread with yiros filling, folded in half and then grilled. The staff are ever so friendly which is expected in Middle Eastern culture. The lady behind the counter took the time to explain what a munooshi was and what some of the…

Jenny’s Gourmet Bakery

The most reputable place to get your cronuts in Adelaide is at Jenny’s Gourmet Bakery. You have to get here quick folks. ¬†When I got here around lunch time, there were only 3 types of cronuts left. Today, I went for the Cookies and Cream Cronut. The cost was $5, which was reasonably priced considering…