Gallery

The eagerly awaited re-opening of the Gallery occurred last night, as those in the know, ventured up to the top floor of the venue. The first two floors are yet to be opened to the public, however, the star attraction, the expansive roof top bar, was impressive to say the least. With double the floor…

San Antonio’s Pizzeria

With San Antonio’s being about a week old and the new pizza store in town, people will ask whether it’s just another pizza store in an already saturated market. The answer is no, they’re actually better. The pizza makers here have perfected the art of the pizza crust and combined with quality ingredients, have come…

Duthy Street Deli

Duthy Street Deli is your typical suburban corner store turned eatery. While it doesn’t look like much from the outside, the inside is slightly better. With chalk board wall menus, leather seating and a feature wall to one side, this place has a grungy feel about it. There’s a good amount of natural light only…

Oyster Shop

The Oyster Shop is a small fish and chip store located down the busy end of Jetty Road. As their name suggests, they also serve oysters, shipped from Coffin Bay. There’s a take away section at the front, and a dine in section around the back. Not surprisingly, the take away menu is slightly cheaper…

Paddy’s Lantern

Paddy’s Lantern serves simple delicious meals using quality ingredients. The Smoked Ocean Trout that I ordered was beautifully presented and tasted simply amazing! I absolutely loved the crunchy texture from the pumpkin seeds on the bread. The horseradish cream cheese was smooth and had nice depth. The smokey flavours from the ocean trout was quite…

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…

Royal Oak Hotel

The Royal Oak is a pub located on busy O’Connell Street in North Adelaide. While the exterior has a quaint facade, the interior is like a 1950’s unrenovated urban warehouse. We sat at a table that was made from recycled cinema seats, although the furnishings around us seemed to be a mish mash of throw…

Dessert Story

My mother would actually love Dessert Story. The sago and tofu puddings, the taro and bean desserts and the various jellies and ice creams are what Mum would have had when she was growing up. I’m not so sure about the bubble tea or shaved ice, as that appears to be a relatively new concept….

Pure & Natural

Pure and Natural is a food place in the City Cross food court. With fresh salads and salad rolls on offer, you start to feel healthy just by standing in front of the place. Today, I ordered the Tandoori Chicken Salad. This consisted of marinated chicken, mixed salad, tomato, cucumber, sun dried tomatoes and olives….

Pars Kebab

Pars Kebab is a take away food outlet in the Southern Cross food court. Kebabs are just one of their specialties with a whole range of Persian dishes also on offer. Today, I ordered the Combination Yiros on a Plate. This consisted of lamb and chicken yiros meat, salad and rice. The yiros meat was…

Zoe’s Restaurant & Takeaway

Zoe’s is a glorified fish and chip shop that really wants to be a restaurant. The menu along the wall, the food warmers, the open kitchen area and even the staff behind the counter make this place really look second grade. They’ve tried to spruce it up a bit with the white table cloths and…

What A Treat Cafe

What A Treat Cafe were serving up their dishes at Adelaide’s annual Trampoline Day. Three types of salads and two types of patties were on offer as well as a small range of desserts. For lunch, I decided to have each of the salads with a curry patty. All the items were prepared off site…