With the addition of former Hentley Farm chef Jackson Bennett, CBD café/restaurant/oasis Peter Rabbit is doubling down on its garden-to-plate ethos.
Historic Ayers House is bringing back its gueridons for a Tasting Australia silver-service dinner that will serve as a stepping stone towards the opening of a new restaurant later in the year.
Philip White reports that the three major candidates running for election in the wine region he loves agree on critical issues.
Serial bartender Jon Di Pinto is bringing a small bar inspired by the '70s – and a Janis Joplin song, in particular – to Solomon Street in Adelaide's West End.
Beef carpaccio makes a great starter for a dinner party and is easy to make, says Coal Cellar + Grill sous chef Gregory Jardim.
A quarter of a century after Two Dogs sparked the RTD revolution, a renaissance of sorts is brewing as an increasing number of South Aussie drinks companies vie for their slice of the once-lucrative hard-lemonade market.
CityMag discovers hand-made noodles in a serious broth at Tokyo prices in a Rundle Mall arcade.
With so much focus on the adverse health effects of white sugar, nutrition science lecturer Sze-Yen Tan looks at how less-refined sugars and other types of sweeteners stack up in terms of nutrition.
Both students and local small businesses are benefitting from the good food revolution occurring on South Australian university campuses, with new offerings from Honki Tonki, Abbots & Kinney and Phat Buddha.
Upcoming food and drink happenings in South Australia, including a four-course meal with musical accompaniment in the Botanic Gardens, Taste the World, a Pot + Provenance collaboration dinner, and long lunches on the Palais.
A wine and tapas bar, a café with breakfast DJs that transforms into a small cocktail venue by night, and a Miami-style rooftop bar will soon open in Adelaide’s West End as part of an expansion of the Lady Burra Brewhouse brand.