An Adelaide Hills café that has gained a reputation for its child-friendly setting and delicious breakfasts and lunches is now stepping up its offering with the launch of a more sophisticated evening service.
Spruiked as the place “where Luciano Pavarotti meets Chuck Norris”, King William Street’s new three-level restaurant Spaghetti Western will serve up American-influenced Italian food in a setting inspired by the wild west.
As part of its series on Adelaide's lesser-known, must-try menu items, CityMag visits Zen Kitchen – and finds a spicy lemongrass chicken soup that warms the body from tongue to toes.
Husband-and-wife chef team Brendan Wessels and Lindsay Dürr have been appointed to head up the kitchen at the new d'Arenberg Cube restaurant, promising a menu of dishes that will “engage the imagination”.
Simon Kardachi – who has just launched his ninth restaurant, Shōbōsho, and will soon open a new Melt at Henley – says he had to lose money to understand how to make money in hospitality.
Willunga restaurateurs Tarik Marco and Sandrine Maltret have brought their flair for French cuisine to the city with the opening of La Provence in Pirie Street.
Popular East End wine bar The Tasting Room is set to expand in the next few months, with plans for a larger bar area, more seating inside and out, and a new wine school.
The hugely popular Napoli-style pizzas that have dominated Adelaide's food scene now have competition.
Filling the Kenji-shaped hole on Hutt Street, Nagomi Japanese Kitchen is another classic dining institution in the making.
First comes the concept, then comes the design. Studio Gram walks CityMag through its plan for Leigh Street's next big thing: Simon Kardachi’s Japanese-influenced restaurant Shōbōshō.
Adelaide Hills winery The Lane has taken its fine-dining offering to another level with the introduction of a Chef’s Table featuring an exclusive menu with matched wines.
International chocolatier Max Brenner will open its first Adelaide outlet tomorrow with a chocolate-breaking ceremony that will see 40kg of the product smashed with a hammer and chisel.
A new Adelaide cafe is seeking to turn South Australians on to the delights of tigelle – a small round Italian bread which it fills with everything from traditional salumi to Nutella and mascarpone.
With delicious wood-oven pizza that transports you to Naples and a welcoming retro vibe, new eatery Sunny’s Pizza is drawing crowds to the West End’s Solomon Street.
Popular laneway Peel Street is set to get its first dessert bar, with sweet treats influenced by a French-Vietnamese style of cooking.
Precision without pretention is the goal of Tarik Marco and Sandrine Maltret, whose Willunga restaurant Le Mistral reflects a culture in which ‘la pause repas’ (the meal break) is still considered sacred.
The people behind Chicken & Pig, Pizza e Mozzarella and Borsa Pasta Cucina have gone west to bring a very different style of food to a space once occupied by Barnacle Bill.
An Adelaide hotel has turned a backyard garage and its contents into a pop-up Vietnamese-style restaurant and bar.