The launch tonight of a pop-up bar overlooking the Riverbank is just the start of the Adelaide Festival Centre’s wining and dining revamp, with a new café and a permanent restaurant/bar both due to open at the end of the year.
Baking is Poh Ling Yeow’s road to relaxation – so much so she’s been known to sit in front of the oven to watch a cake bake. With her new cookbook out this month, she talks to InDaily about her ‘first love’ and offers tips for novice bakers.
Food and drink happenings in South Australia, including the National Wine Centre's City Cellar Door, Alpha Box & Pies, the French Market in Unley, two wine pop-up events, and the second edition of The Fruitful Pursuit's Sundown.
Kent Town café Tell Henry will open its second store in the CBD in early 2018 as part of a new collective space tenanted by Prohibition Liquor and graphic design studio Toolbox.
Whitey loves the adventure, daring and finesse of two new wines from the edge of the Limestone Coast.
Inspired by honey-loving Winnie-the-Pooh, these cakes are from The Little Library Cookbook – a treasure trove of recipes in which writer and cook Kate Young seeks to capture the magic of food enjoyed by favourite fictional characters.
Sweet stall operator Raw Earth Dessert will open its first shopfront at the end of this month in Port Adelaide, in what will be Renew Adelaide’s final activation in the area.
There's an interesting story behind Adelaide Central Market stall Sun Mi’s Sushi - and if you're going to check it out, you should try CityMag's menu recommendation.
Adelaide’s Fork on the Road food truck event started life as what founder Joe Noone describes as a “random, crazy idea”. More than 50 Forks later, it’s set to celebrate its fifth birthday this Saturday with a party in Bonython Park.