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.
The wait is over. South Australia’s favourite regional restaurant has opened in the middle of the CBD.
The latest addition to the Rundle Street dining strip will be a Japanese restaurant with an extensive food and drinks menu, a long bar where diners can watch sashimi chefs at work, and a small retail grocery space.
Two years in the making, F. Duck on Gouger Street represents the new Chinatown – and its team wants to introduce Adelaide diners to ‘real Hong Kong food’.
With a prime location on the beachfront at Goolwa and opening just in time for the summer holidays, Kuti Shack is a new café that brings together three Fleurieu chefs and will champion local seafood and native indigenous ingredients.
The minds behind Public, Way Back When and Bowlsome, Danielle Elia and James Anthony, have finally opened Pippo: a Mediterranean-inspired all-day restaurant in North Adelaide.
It’s goodbye Bocca Di Lupo, hello Little Wolf as McLaren Vale winery Mitolo relaunches its restaurant with a new name, a new chef and menu, and a fresh look courtesy of an acclaimed New York-based artist.
The first fully-fledged restaurant from Masterchef winner Sashi Cheliah – a casual dining take on Singaporean hawker food culture – will open in early November.
Featuring cameos from the ‘golden girls’ and the best vongole pasta in town.
The family behind popular Adelaide restaurant Parwana are set to share the secrets of their delicious dishes and the story of their journey from Afghanistan to Adelaide in a new cookbook penned by daughter Durkhanai.
FermentAsian restaurant in the Barossa Valley and South Australian food legend Maggie Beer have been recognised with key awards in the national Good Food Guide Awards 2020.
The Olfactory Inn in Strathalbyn will close at the end of October, with its owners calling time on the small stone-cottage restaurant that has notched up numerous successes over the past four years.
A craving for the hawker food of their old home country has led a Fleurieu family to create a unique 20-seat restaurant built around a long table, simple Singaporean dishes and a strong sense of community.
Continuing the reinvention and reinvigoration of Adelaide’s West End dining scene, Stem Bar and Restaurant will open soon on Hindley Street. CityMag takes a look inside.
After serving its paella, pintxos and tapas from Stall 11 in the Adelaide Central Market for almost five years, Spanish eatery Comida Catering Co is moving out.
The owners of Naaz on Pulteney give us the run-down on their home-style menu, and the processes, key ingredients and dishes of Persian cuisine.
With ocean blue and pastel pink hues, a vinyl-only music policy, and a seawater and sourdough pizza recipe that references pre-First World War Naples – Madre is something else.