Adelaide’s dining culture is changing, and Leigh Street Wine Room wants to lead it in a new direction.
CityMag reveals its rankings for Adelaide CBD’s top 20 purveyors of fine food and drink – all of which are flexing their power beyond their restaurant’s walls to shape the broader social narrative of the city as much as they shape a good night out.
Two years in the making, Joybird – a modern take on the quintessential suburban chicken shop – has finally opened its doors in Hyde Park.
The Norwood eatery that was previously part of the group of Seasonal Garden cafés is set for a fresh start, with the new owners renaming it Chapter Two and giving both the menu and decor a facelift.
CityMag‘s Johnny von Einem samples the inaugural menu at Allegra Dining Room, the 28-seat, plant-based restaurant above popular pizzeria Etica.
After five years based at Seppeltsfield in the Barossa, Fino is branching out with Fino Vino – a 70-seat, all-day homestyle eatery and bar in Flinders Street.
The SALIFE team has travelled the state to find the best places to eat beyond the city limits. Here are a few of our regional favourites.
After four years building a reputation for serving quality local fare in an intimate stone-cottage setting, the owners of acclaimed Fleurieu Peninsula restaurant The Olfactory Inn have put their business up for sale.
Queensland franchise Hello Harry has opened its second Adelaide eatery in the former East End home of local burger institution Burger Theory.
Going out in winter is never difficult if you know where to go and what to order. Use CityMag‘s Winter Eating Guide to find new and old favourites to fill up on at breakfast, lunch or dinner during SA Food Month.
Korean restaurant BA:M Adelaide has opened up a new street food concept in the back laneway behind its shop, extending food and beverage bustle to the quieter end of Peel Street.
New 170-seat restaurant Svago is promising to bring authentic Italian flavours to Parkside’s Unley Road – with a little help from two Nonnas and a colourful hand-crafted pizza oven made by the owners’ extended family in Italy.
Jialu He and Ping Liew have opened The Donburi House – Adelaide’s first restaurant specialising in the Japanese rice bowl dish.
After three years developing the concept in festival food stalls, Ragini Dey’s naanchos now have a home on Hutt Street.
New wine bar and restaurant Stem is bringing a Mediterranean kitchen and Sans-Arc fitout to the forgotten Hindley Street relic Caos Café.
It started with a gift voucher for a gourmet dinner at Mount Lofty House in gratitude for a month of elderly-dog sitting. It ended with one of the most surprising hedonic experiences I have had.
After a seven-month stint at Botanic Gardens Restaurant, former head chef of The Pot Emma McCaskill has joined the team at Sparkke at the Whitmore.
Finish your week with pelmeni (Russian dumplings) and cured vegetables paired with vodka and minimal intervention wines at First Order cafe’s new Friday night sessions.