Rundle Street’s newest Italian restaurant, Sicily Pizzeria e Bar, is an inviting spot on a cold night – and if you're going to try just one thing, make it this.
After almost five years trading as a café on Ebenezer Place, Hey Jupiter is set to expand its premises, dining hours and menu.
There are a lot of great things on the menu at Malaysian eatery Mamak Corner, which makes it difficult to pick a favourite.
Duncan Welgemoed’s Africola and Jock Zonfrillo’s Orana both made the top 50 in the Australia’s Top 100 Restaurants awards, but the overall results for SA were mixed, writes Nigel Hopkins.
If you’re going to order just one thing at Honki Tonki on Hindley Street, let it be the chicken and mushroom dumplings.
Ever tried scotch with sashimi or whisky with ice-cream? They may sound like strange bedfellows, but the increasing diversity in whisky means there's a perfect match for any food, says connoisseur Craig Patterson.
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.
Growing demand will see popular Hahndorf breakfast and lunch spot The Seasonal Garden Café open a new offshoot in Stirling this week specialising in ‘grab-and-go’ wholefoods.
To find out why the interior of Leigh Street's Shōbōsho will be different to any seen before in Adelaide, CityMag met a man for whom playing with fire is an everyday occurrence.
A couple with plenty of café clout in Adelaide have filled the sizeable hole left by Bar 9's exit from Glen Osmond Road.
Jules and Erin Habib will fill a big gap in Adelaide's hospitality offering when they open their new vegan bar and cafe, ITAL, in the West End.
New East End restaurant and bar Iberia is proving that Adelaide's laneway culture can make the transition to the main street.
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.
The team behind new pop-up Augnablik Café in Hindley Street have ambitious plans, including showcasing Adelaide coffee roasters, running supper clubs and hosting weekend brunches with DJ sets.