Baker Elliot Mackenzie noticed a distinct lack of babka in Adelaide, so he’s founded a business to make the sweet snack a café staple across the city.
Quality Noods founder Justin Healy is opening Dunfor Noodle Bar on Hindmarsh Square this October, a concept which builds upon the popular ramen pop-up he’s run for the last 12 months.
Delicious decadence is the order of the day for the ultimate weekend brunch. And yes, you probably could substitute bought jam and ice cream…
Vegan restaurant Veggie Vie has found a new home on McHenry Street, offering food from day to night with wine to match.
Nectar Coffee Roasters, founded by Mia Umeko, Georgia Lake and Alia Nazri, is a new Adelaide-based social enterprise hoping to sell great coffee and raise money for female-aligned social causes.
Gondola Gondola’s sister restaurant, Blue Rose, has opened at Henley Beach, with a Vietnamese-Chinese menu, “tropical” cocktails and sunset views.
Since being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis six years ago, nutrition expert Rebecca Stonor has become an advocate for a whole-foods, plant-based diet. She will share her insights as part of the Nature Festival next month.
Tasty, quick and easy, Callum Hann’s butter chicken is a midweek meal that will please the whole family – they might even help you cook it.
Elevate the humble egg from breakfast to supper with these deliciously tasty and creative individual tarts.
Elevate your roast chook this weekend with the simple step of brining, smokey charred flavours and a fresh green sauce.
Hilary Mitchell’s mouth-wateringly melty camp oven pumpkin is a plant-based food goal. And yes, you can use a conventional oven.
If you’re lighting up the fire pit this chilly weekend, don’t waste all that lovely heat. Most of the work is done by the marinade in this recipe, so all you have to do is give the ribs a quick grill and enjoy.
Now in its fifth year, The Fruitful Pursuit’s celebration of conscientious wine production and consumption is happening at Good Gilbert, stacked with producers, open-air forums, and a tasting that seeks to settle the debate about cellaring zero-sulphur wines.
With blessing from former owner Julie Barnes, the old Leigh Street Luggage will reopen this year, under the same moniker, as a European-inspired wine and cocktail bar.
When your restaurant depends on doing one dish really well, execution must be perfect. Our reviewer takes stock of an impressive newcomer on The Parade.
From starting his career collecting empty glasses to today serving some of the most exceptional wines, hospitality runs in the blood of sommelier Jimmy Parham, venue manager of SkyCity’s Sol Bar & Restaurant. As his career has developed, the jobs got tougher but the wines got better.
Much-loved Afghan restaurant Parwana is hosting two nights of dinners to raise funds for internally displaced people in Afghanistan, while also “developing shifted narratives” on the country’s future.
For Where We Met’s Ben Allen, operating a hospitality business in South Australia during a pandemic has meant living with a heavy heart. He takes CityMag through his decision to close his business for good.
Beginning life as a festival food concept, Soi 38’s Fire has found a home in the business’ original Pulteney Street restaurant, serving up curries, rolls, dumplings, burgers and snacks.
A family-run Coonawarra winery is celebrating a major milestone in 2021, having survived the boom and bust cycles that define the industry.