Skippered by two accomplished chefs, Angler is Stirling’s refined fish-and-chippery baiting customers with everything from carp burgers to scallop pies and dry-aged seafood sausages.
Network Ten has refused to confirm that controversial celebrity chef Jock Zonfrillo will return as a host of ratings hit MasterChef next year.
With 15 years and five cafés under their belt, chocolate specialists Sue and Garry Bracegirdle have revamped their dine-in menus with an updated range of savoury dishes which they hope will broaden Adelaide’s understanding of the business.
EXCLUSIVE | Adelaide celebrity chef Jock Zonfrillo’s failed Rundle St eatery Mallozzi tallied up almost $100,000 in trading losses in just five months and “may have traded insolvent” for at least four of them, according to a liquidator’s report into the doomed venture.
Here’s how restaurants in the Adelaide CBD plan to adapt to the easing restrictions.
Here’s how cafés in the Adelaide CBD plan to adapt as restrictions ease.
Six months in, Pirie Street café Hey Darling has brought on chef Nick Tadija to execute a brunch menu featuring refined but familiar brunch favourites.
The new head chef at The Unley Hotel is working to make sure Adelaide knows it can expect more than steak and schnitzel from a pub in 2020.
The Korean chicken and beer joint Gunbae has landed in Union Street, drawing inspiration from owner Yunji Kim’s childhood memories of ‘Korean soul food’.
The revitalised Aces Pizza & Liquor is a celebration of Italian food and culture and has levelled up the Adelaide Central Market’s restaurant game.
Suburban café A Mother’s Milk is slated to open a new CBD shop next month, specialising in smoothie bowls and salads.
Nashville hot chicken fans of Adelaide rejoice, Rundle Street venue BRKLYN has announced a new food venture to pop up inside the bar during Fringe: Cheekies Hot Chicken.
Under new ownership and with a new identity, south-east CBD café Fawn Coffee has reopened in 2020 as Mister Pigeon.
The much-loved Sturt Street restaurant has opened a second, takeaway-oriented shopfront in Da Costa Arcade.
With a refreshed brand identity and fitout tweaks, little needed to change at this 17-year-old Hindley Street venue for it to feel at home in Adelaide’s contemporary bar scene.
Female-led brewpub Sparkke at the Whitmore is set to launch its revamped rooftop offering with an extended bar, a new kitchen – complete with custom-built wood fire – and a streetfood-style menu by chef Emma McCaskill.
New Glen Osmond Road restaurant Noi Vietnamese Eatery offers a refined take on the home-cooked Vietnamese-Australian food the Nguyen family was raised on.
A young hospitality professional who began his career at the highly regarded Fino Seppeltsfield is now looking to invigorate the Adelaide Hills dining scene by opening a new 20-seat restaurant and bar in his home town.