Babanusa

Babanusa is a restaurant located on Prospect Road. It has been open for 18 years and is Australia’s only Sudanese restaurant. The place must be doing something right to last that long. The decor here is basic and slightly traditional. The bongo drums, the ornaments hanging off the walls and the extensive use of timber,…

Ruby Red Flamingo

For those who intend on eating here, no bookings are accepted at this Ruby Red Flamingo. If you come early enough, getting a seat shouldn’t be a problem. The dining area is a combination of formal and semi-outdoor. We were escorted to the semi-outdoor area which consisted of a mismatch of decor. The glasses at…

Caffe Amore

The nearest place to eat when you’re about to dance at Red Love next door? Caffe Amore. The distinct lack of customers on a Friday night was a bit of a warning sign but none the less, we were hungry. The venue is certainly spacious with plenty of seating that aren’t even close to each…

Treasury on King William

The Treasury has a reputation for being a fine dining establishment that is almost as old as the state. The architecture, both internally and externally, is something you don’t see anymore. The solid stone work, the magnificent high ceilings, the wide stair cases and the intricate cornices are some of the features that caught my eye….

Korea Jung

I’ve been to Korea Jung many times over the years and I’m surprised no one has reviewed this place yet. Located on Leigh Street, Korea Jung, as it’s name suggests, offers all your traditional Korean dishes. The restaurant is reasonably spacious with seating for about 60 people. The decor is modern yet basic, with the…

Lime and Lemon

Lime & Lemon have been around for a very long time, long before their two Thai competitors came on to the scene. This cafe offers all your traditional Thai dishes, and from what I could see of the menu, very little has changed since I was last here many years ago. The cafe is long…

Ba Guo Bu Yi

This restaurant has a name that I can never get right. Thank god I can google the first word in the title to find out how to spell the rest of it. The first thing that impressed me about this place was their glossy menu with impressive pictures of the food on offer. The prices…

Piatto

There are so many choices for Italian food down Rundle Street. On this particular occasion, a group of us came in without a booking and they were more than happy to accommodate. The decor here is modern and chic, and the menu selection is extensive with lots to choose from. When we ordered drinks, one of…

Dublin Hotel

There’s nothing like spending a lazy Sunday afternoon at the bay, particularly when the weather is nice. The sounds of the waves crashing into the shore and the gentle ocean breeze really set the mood for a relaxed day. When I’m in Glenelg, my usual haunt is the Dublin Hotel. The signage out the front indicated…

Caffe Primo – Adelaide CBD

While on my way to the Central Markets I noticed Caffe Primo had a $10 lunch special for pizza and pasta. Not for one item but both! Seeing this as a good lunch deal, I had no hesitation in walking in. Located in the new Franklin Street bus station building, this place is modernly decorated…

Gochuzang

You don’t see many Korean stores in food courts, particularly in the heart of the CBD. Gochuzang bucks this trend by providing authentic cuisine in the Renaissance Arcade food court. The store offers 15 dishes and half a dozen vegetarian options which are variations of the available dishes. Today, I ordered the Sizzling Stone Beef Bibimbap….

Mum’s Kimbab

Looking for a new place to eat, I stumbled onto Mum’s Kimbab located in the Market Plaza food court in the Central Markets. This little takeaway store offers around a dozen of your favourite Korean dishes. Today I ordered their Beef Bulgogi. As I paid, the cashier spoke to the cook in Japanese so I…