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.
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.
The former East End Yiros shopfront on the eastern end of Grenfell Street will soon become the short-term home of Adelaide’s finest purveyor of vegan Greek food – Staazi & Co.
Adelaide’s Sweet Amber Brewing Co has ventured into new territory with the opening of an outlet offering craft beers and wood-fired pizzas at the Harbour Town shopping centre.
Jordan Theodoros tells us what to expect when Peel St Restaurant turns Thai – for one night only; Sparkke at the Whitmore chef Emma McCaskill talks food and gin matching; and eating and drinking during the Cabaret Festival.
Hospitality entrepreneurs Makeeley and Paul Abraham – owners of East Borough Eatery in Parkside and a string of previous breakfast and lunch venues – are now taking on the night shift with the opening of a new, intimate restaurant at Beulah Park.
La La La Osteria’s Marco Furlan has firm rules about food. Here he shares 10 tips with CityMag, covering everything from olive oil and seasoning, to shopping and growing vegetables.
A new pop-up café has opened this week in the decommissioned chapel at Lot Fourteen on the old Royal Adelaide Hospital site.
Former Sydney chef Nathan Sasi has found his dream venue in a long and narrow space on Leigh Street, where he plans to open the “go-to place for natural wine”.
Nesting just a few doors down from its sister restaurant Nido, Joybird will update the suburban chicken-shop concept for the modern era.
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.
In a former service station and general store on Greenhill Road, Betty Bird and Carlo Russo have created Stall 1195: a vegan-friendly cafe, bike workshop and art space.
One of Adelaide’s most famous restaurants, Rigoni’s Bistro, has been placed in administration.
A new two-level Mexican-themed restaurant and bar opening this weekend aims to bring a slice of Latin America to Henley Beach, with a drinks menu including six different versions of a margarita.
Baked goods are once again on offer at the former Red Door Bakery site on Elizabeth Street, Croydon, courtesy of new tenants Abbots & Kinney.
South Australian franchise St Louis House of Fine Ice Cream and Dessert will replace the shuttered Max Brenner store on Rundle Street – the second dessert café to open in the East End since an exodus of chocolate shops from the precinct last year.
The Adelaide Hills welcomes its latest cellar door – just up the road from Lot 100; new restaurant 400 Gradi promises to heat up our pizza scene; Adelaide ranks as a top city for vegans, and pub fare goes gluten-free.
The Australian restaurant world is plagued by a heavily Eurocentric perspective, with restaurant rankings reflecting the dominance of white male chefs in the kitchen, writes Nancy Lee.