Don Don Korean BBQ

Don Don Korean BBQ is still somewhat an underrated little Korean restaurant. It’s located on the other end of Hindley Street, far away from the hustle and bustle of the many clubs and bars the street is known for. Prior to coming here. a friend said they recently announced on their Facebook page, that they…

Ryo’s Noodles – Blogger Dinner

Adelaide Food Central was invited to a blogger dinner at Ryo’s Noodles. All food and drink were provided free of charge. I’ve been to Ryo’s Noodles when it first opened and was impressed by the high quality and authenticity of their Ramen. With a busy blogger lifestyle, it’s often hard to go back to the…

Ginza Japanese Restaurant

There are few Japanese restaurants that I haven’t been to in Adelaide, and Ginza was one of them. I’ve heard plenty of reports of how good their yakiniku (grilled meat) barbecue is, so I was here to try it out. The front of the restaurant is the formal dining section which looks quite modern and…

Ga Bin

We came to Ga Bin by chance tonight as the restaurant we were supposed to go to didn’t serve food until 6pm. I had heard reports that this place wasn’t very good, so I came here with little to no expectations. Ga Bin call themselves a Korean restaurant, but as one other reviewer had said,…

Koba Korean BBQ

The inside of Koba is certainly a contrast to what you see on the outside. The owners have done a great job renovating the interior to what could be described as traditional with a contemporary feel about it. The light fittings, the seating areas, the built-in cooking stoves make it traditional while see through kitchen…

Kang Nam

Oppa Kang Nam style!… Kang Nam style!.. op, op, op, op… Oppa Kang Nam style! I was recently recommended this place by a co-worker who came here for lunch. Being a fan of Korean food, I decided to check this place out. The restaurant is a bit further up Currie Street towards Light Square. I…