The team behind the successful Nordburger brand is set to open a fourth Adelaide outlet - this time in Chinatown.
West End garden café and bar Peter Rabbit has adapted its menu and started opening on Saturdays to suit the grazing habits of its customers.
While some people find joy exploring walking trails in the hills, beer reviewer John Krüger prefers scouting the city for good SA brews and bites. Here, he shares favourite beer and menu matches from three Adelaide bars and restaurants.
Baker Jonny Pisanelli's popular Abbots and Kinney restaurant is about to start trading at a second city location, on the ground floor of 1 King William Street.
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.
Local designer Sean Kane took Paul Serafin’s vision for a New York Jewish-style deli nestled in North Adelaide’s leafy residential streets and created a brand with a clean aesthetic accented by subtle traditional influences.
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.
One of Adelaide’s well-known hospitality families has opened a new eatery taking in some of the best views of the east Parklands.
Andrè Ursini's Frome Street restaurant Andrè's Cucina and Polenta Bar has become one of Adelaide's most popular Italian eateries. InDaily revisits for a taste of the current menu.
With more than 30 years' experience, InterContinental Adelaide executive chef Tony Hart considers himself a "granddad" in the kitchen, mentoring the 40 chefs under his charge in the art of fine dining.
Change is afoot in the Fleurieu Peninsula dining scene, with the closure of McLaren Vale's Elbow Room, a new series of pop-up food events, and a high-end waterfront restaurant set to open.
A taste of New York has come to North Adelaide with Paul Serafin's The Flying Fig Deli.
The East End will soon become home to a fourth dessert café when international chocolatier Max Brenner opens its first Adelaide chocolate bar in Rundle Street next month.
A tiny eastern suburbs cafe has created a buzz in Adelaide with its contemporary Japanese breakfast and brunch.
Simon Flocco’s light-filled, sugar-packed shop was a success before anyone had ever tasted a single item from his breakfast / dessert menu.