Tag Archives: Parmigiana

Ed Castle

The Ed Castle is located towards the western end of Currie Street in a building that is nearly 2 centuries old. Considering the city of Adelaide is not that old itself, this particular venue has historical significance. The first thing you notice when you enter the place is the set of pool tables. I initially […]

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Earl Of Leicester

The Earl of Leicester is a nice pub on quiet suburban street in Parkside. The pub has a lot of old world charm with good use of dark wood and an exposed timber roof. This place has a reputation for serving up large schnitzels. Keen to see what all the fuss is about, I ordered […]

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Sevenhill Hotel

As part of the Clare Valley wine tour, a group of us stopped off at the Sevenhill Hotel for lunch. After all, you can’t drink all day on an empty stomach. The venue itself is very typical of a building in a country town; the galvanised veranda and the tin roof are the standard features. The inside […]

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Daniels

I can usually tell how good a restaurant is by how busy it is. I’ve walked past Daniel’s many times and I’ve never seen this place full. I must admit, I was a bit reluctant to come here because of this, but I decided to give this place a go. The restaurant is in a […]

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The Lion Hotel

I think it’s been more than 12 months since I was last at the Lion and I must say that I was more than impressed with the renovations. The blending of the old and the new has been done spectacularly. Everything from the ultra modern beer garden to the super groovy hallways are a testament […]

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Mansions

I’m pretty sure I’ve been to the Mansions several times when I was at uni. Each time was during a pub crawl, where I was so drunk I could vaguely recall being here. Those bitter sweet non-memories! Feeling a bit nostalgic, I decided to check out the food here. The venue does a two parmi’s […]

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The Griffins

I’ve been coming to Griffins ever since my university days. With it’s close proximity to Adelaide University, it was always a stop off point at all my pub crawls. Nowadays, the place has undergone renovations and is now more sleek and stylish, which is in line with other trendy pubs around town. I like a […]

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Hotel Richmond

I’ve been to the Hotel Richmond on many occasions, mainly for drinks. While walking through the Mall, I noticed they had lunch specials on, so I felt this was the perfect opportunity to taste what they have to offer. The thing I love about the Richmond is the grandness of the place which is accentuated […]

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Whitmore Hotel

If you manage to get to the Whitmore Hotel without getting mugged, you can take advantage of the $10 Pint and Parmi special that is on every Wednesday until the end of February. The former strip club, now turned pub, is basically decorated and offers all your traditional pub fare. The clientele are a bit […]

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Barker Hotel

As part of my wine tour, the group felt like something a bit more substantial than what the wineries were offering in terms of food, so we decided to check out the Barker Hotel. This recently renovated pub is both ultra modern and chic, with a seating capacity of over 100. The staff are friendly […]

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