Steven Ter Horst Chocolatier – Rundle St

From humble beginnings at their Unley Road store, Steven Ter Horst has finally expanded and moved to a more central location. Now located on Rundle Street, the place is more stylish and sophisticated. The polished concrete flooring, the wall mounted shelving and the ceiling flushed lighting make this store very minimalist. The dark colour tones…

Sir Cafe – Runde St – Adelaide

Sir Cafe is a cute little dessert and tea house located on the first floor of a Rundle Street terrace building. The signage is small and it’s one of those places that you actually need to look for. The decor is both charming and tasteful, which is totally opposite to its nearby neighbour. The elegant…

The Original Yiros House

If I am partying down Rundle Street, the Yiros House would be my stop off at 3am in the morning. There’s nothing like a Yiros for a hangover cure. Mind you, the food tastes a lot better when you’re completely drunk than when you’re semi drunk. Last night, I ordered their Lamb Yiros. Their pita…

Cocolat – Rundle Place

The Cocolat franchise is expanding. If walking to the end of Rundle Street was too hard for you, there’s now a store inside the Rundle Place food court. The desserts are pretty much the same, although I did see a few new ones on their menu. I’m not sure whether there has been an across…

Eros Ouzeri

Eros Ouzeri is located on the eastern end of Rundle Street. The decor is simple and elegant, however, the service here is unbelievably slow. Granted it was a busy night, it took a waitress 30 minutes to take our order. Tonight, I ordered the Souvlaki. The meal came out after a 15 minute wait but…

Rundle Spices

Looking for a cheap eat down Rundle Street, I couldn’t help noticing the $9.90 lunch specials that Rundle Spices has on offer for all their noodle and rice dishes. Located towards the eastern end of Rundle Street, this little cafe offers a fusion of Chinese and Thai dishes. The atmosphere is relaxed and the service…