Tasting Australia is paying credit to the second-in-command chefs of some of Adelaide’s most-loved restaurants at a Glasshouse Kitchen dinner event. CityMag catches up with three of them.
Husband and wife team Angela and Mike Slattery have embarked on a restoration project to convert their circa-1900 Federation bluestone house into Henley Beach’s newest waterfront restaurant and wine bar.
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.
A little more than a year into its life, The Summertown Aristologist is demonstrating how doing things differently can create revelatory experiences for people on all sides of a hospitality venture.
From the minds behind NOLA comes the long-awaited addition of Italian-style pizza and cocktails to the Palace Nova Prospect cinema complex.
The theatrical food trend of 'cheese wheel pasta' – pasta tossed in flaming cheese wheels – is proving popular in Adelaide, with two local restaurants vying to melt diners' hearts with their different versions of the novelty dish.
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.
Peel St chef Jordan Theodoros will draw on the flavours of the Mediterranean when he presents one of five long lunches on the Riverbank Palais during the Adelaide Festival, promising a vibrant feast that will feel like “a big family meal”.
A new not-for-profit café has brought a fresh food offering to Adelaide’s Whitmore Square while also helping those who are homeless and long-term unemployed.
South Australia has scored three gongs in the first national Good Food Guide Awards, including regional wine list of the year for Hills bar and restaurant The Summertown Aristologist and the service excellence award for Africola’s Nikki Friedli.
After two years, two names and three chefs, Electra House is forging a new identity with the food and service at Level One.
The owners of award-winning French restaurant La Provence have decided to sell their original eatery at Willunga to focus fully on the Adelaide business, with plans to introduce regular regional-themed dinners from later this month.
A fresh vision from the people behind Serbian bar/restaurant Kaffana will bring two new night spots - including a rooftop bar - to the West End's ever-growing scene.
The re-emergence of chef Nu Suandokmai with his own Adelaide restaurant, Lantern by Nu, has been welcomed not only by those who fondly remember Nu Thai, but anyone who craves the sort of authentic cooking most commonly found in Thai street markets.
Tokyo is a big city and it's filled with delicious food, but you don't want to miss this restaurant dedicated solely to tonkatsu (breaded and deep-fried pork).
The owners of Etica: Pizza al Taglio had a unique design vision to make their new restaurant stand out in Adelaide’s highly competitive pizza scene.
There’s a lot of all-American glitz at Carl’s Jr – a US burger chain which opened an outlet in Mt Barker on the weekend. But do the burgers live up to the hype?