Festival of Food 2019 – River Cafe

Set in one of Adelaide’s most picturesque city locations, the River Café, hangs over the river Torrens, offering diners spectacular water views to accompany their fine dining experience. The River Café is taking part in this year’s Festival of Food, offering guests a modern menu, inspired by Italian cuisine. The chefs have a passion to…

Festival of Food 2019 – Red Ochre Barrel and Grill

Red Ochre Barrel and Grill is partaking in this year’s Festival of Food. The beautiful restaurant sits atop a floating pavilion on the River Torrens, and not only offers spectacular city views but also showcases fresh produce and great service. The Red Ochre menu also focuses on innovative Australian cuisine with a key emphasis on…

Red Ochre – Festival of Food 2017

Apart from the cafe below, Red Ochre is the only restaurant that boasts magnificent views of the Torrens River. Assuming the penthouse position, Red Ochre was the one of the first restaurants in Adelaide to incorporate native Australian ingredients in their menu. Their dishes are unique and make great use of bush herbs, fruits and…

River Cafe – Festival of Food 2017

There aren’t that many cafes in Adelaide that boast magnificent views of the Torrens River. The appropriately named River Cafe is so close to the river, you’re actually sitting on top of it. Of course, it’s not just about the views, they also serve up great Italian food as well. We continue our Festival of…

Red Ochre Grill – Festival of Food 2014

With fond memories of my previous visit to Red Ochre, I almost jumped at the opportunity to eat here again. Just as we did last year, we were armed with the Festival of Food voucher. For $34.50 (Monday to Thursday), each person was entitled to an entree tasting plate, a main course (or select an…