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.
A neglected heritage building in the West End which once housed horse stables is about to be reborn as a vibrant restaurant and rooftop bar serving contemporary authentic Mexican cuisine and cocktails.
A café proposed for a laneway off King William Street will be denied several years of free outdoor dining permits after city councillors warned the unprecedented arrangement would give it an unfair advantage over other city businesses.
New restaurant 2nd & 6th will seek to make its mark on popular Peel Street with an eclectic twist on European brunch that owner Hugh Nguyen says will encourage “greed and gluttony”.
Working in a luxury rehab centre and with troubled young people in restaurant kitchens has convinced Bistro Dom head chef Luke Southwood of the power of food and cooking to help transform lives.
Kin Kin Thai Eatery is one of a new wave of Thai restaurants in Adelaide offering genuine street-food dishes.
Bethany Finn's love of locally produced and sourced food has led to her producing her own raw honey which is infused into the Mayflower Restaurant menu.
With the closing of Ricky's Chicken Rice at the Central Market Plaza, Gouger Street's Kopi Tim has become the place to go for the sought-after Hainanese chicken dish.
One of Adelaide’s well-known hospitality families has opened a new eatery taking in some of the best views of the east Parklands.
With its refreshing approach to north-eastern Thai food and creative cocktails, and tucked away in a city side street, Hide 'n Seek Thai Bar is a hidden gem.
At The Henry Austin everything seems familiar but it's a very different kind of dining experience.
“It all stems from the fact that I’m an unbearable asshole!”
As a younger chef, Brent Potuszynski travelled to London to hone his culinary skills in some of the city's Michelin-star restaurants, but now he's back home in Adelaide at Georges on Waymouth.
With a change of ownership, one of North Adelaide's favourite hotels has been refurbished and relaunched with community art, live music and a vibrant new menu by former Hilton Adelaide chef Symon Conway-Lyden.
Ex-Olea chef Alfonso Ales is joining the emerging Flinders precinct with new cafe-bar Little Soho.
A new cafe has brought a little bit of France to Croydon serving traditional sweet and savoury crepes the owners learned to make in Brittany.
With sommelier Josh Picken behind its fresh look and flavours, The Currant Shed has positioned itself to become the region's new destination restaurant.