The Hindley restaurant at the new HQ Complex in Adelaide’s West End has closed just seven months after its launch, with the complex operators saying they plan to focus solely on live entertainment.
Named after a Stevie Wonder song and occupying an all-but-hidden location in the heart of Adelaide, Part Time Lover is set to be hospitality entrepreneur Josh Baker’s most ambitious project yet.
It was supposed to be open for only six weeks, in transition from Beach Bum to something new from serial restaurant wondermind Walter Ventura, but the customer response is already sparking speculation Spaghetti Crab might be around for longer, writes Nigel Hopkins.
A pioneering restaurateur family is filling McLaren Vale’s belly with Italian fare of godly quality and portions, writes Nigel Hopkins.
Solomon Street café Fairweather is launching a ‘Satd’y Brunch’ monthly event featuring a two-course chef’s set menu that puts a creative twist on your usual breakfast or lunch fare.
The Golden Boy ramen pop-up that originally brought the Sunny’s Pizza group together is popping-up again this Sunday.
A hard-working teenager with big ambitions is the entrepreneur behind a smart new hole-in-the-wall coffee and sandwich shop on King William Street – and he’s already planning his second venture.
Festivals Adelaide CEO Christie Anthoney has ventured into the theatre of hospitality with a new cafe in Alberton which was created through neighbourhood goodwill and promises to deliver the local community more than food and coffee.
The largest restaurant in the ever-expanding Kardachi collection, Melt at Henley, reflects its seaside location with a more Mediterranean-style wine list and a skew towards seafood on its pizza and tapas menus.
Pop-up food stall Francesco’s Cicchetti is moving into bricks and mortar with Francesco’s Osteria, a Venetian cafe housed in the former Modinetti Cafe space on Henley Beach Road.
With Burger Theory’s decision to serve kangaroo-based meat patties on hamburger buns imported from America sparking a backlash from some consumers, CityMag’s Josh Fanning asks why they did it – and tries the burger himself.
Treasury 1860’s interior revamp is already turning heads, but the managers are equally keen to make an impression with a new menu inspired by their love of travel and SA produce.
With an eye for detail and a penchant for simple and approachable food, Sean’s Kitchen is the result of the storied career of Sean Connolly, and a love affair between the chef and our city.
Mile End’s Loveon Cafe is a quiet suburban over-achiever – and CityMag reckons its Infamous Chicken Cob makes the perfect mid-week lunch.
In a newish restaurant on Gilles Street, CityMag meets the man who could be Adelaide’s most under-rated chef – and discovers his must-try-before-you-die dish.
A chef’s favourite season is spring, and Nic Watt is bringing all that it has to offer to the plate at Madame Hanoi.
Why an internet firestorm over the dead cow that hangs from the ceiling in Etica’s Pizza al Taglio restaurant makes us fear that civilisation is coming to an end.
With great attention to detail, an aversion to pretension and a highly-collaborative kitchen, The Caledonian Hotel is setting itself apart with an extraordinary program of wine-matched dinners, argues Nigel Hopkins.
Jock Zonfrillo will open a new-look bistro this month in the space beneath his Rundle Street fine-dining restaurant Orana, promising a seasonal menu using the indigenous ingredients and techniques that have become his signature.