2KW head chef Trent Lymn says the secret to the restaurant’s shio koji chicken starts at an apple orchard in Lenswood.
Specialty coffee shop Larry & Ladd was a bit of an experiment when it opened in the Regent Arcade in 2014 – so much so that it was essentially a shop on wheels.
Nothing encapsulates South Australia like high-quality oysters and for the next month at Sean’s Kitchen, seafood enthusiasts can enjoy a vast range of unique dishes at this year’s Oyster Festival.
Adelaide chef and restaurateur Jock Zonfrillo has won a prestigious international culinary prize worth more than $157,000 for his work championing Australian indigenous culture and culinary traditions.
Two cutting-edge chefs join forces for a winter feast fit for a Viking at McLaren Vale’s Maxwell Wines, the lowdown on seasonal truffles and local truffle indulgences, and a new chef for Electra House’s Level One restaurant.
Korean fried chicken, beer and a “K-pop aesthetic” – Ban Ban on Franklin Street is a unique Adelaide offering in terms of both food and design.
Exchange Specialty Coffee in the East End is celebrating its fifth birthday this week with a special ‘nostalgia menu’ featuring favourite dishes from years gone by.
A pioneering restaurateur family is filling McLaren Vale’s belly with Italian fare of godly quality and portions, writes Nigel Hopkins.
Solomon Street café Fairweather is launching a ‘Satd’y Brunch’ monthly event featuring a two-course chef’s set menu that puts a creative twist on your usual breakfast or lunch fare.
The Golden Boy ramen pop-up that originally brought the Sunny’s Pizza group together is popping-up again this Sunday.
A hard-working teenager with big ambitions is the entrepreneur behind a smart new hole-in-the-wall coffee and sandwich shop on King William Street – and he’s already planning his second venture.
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.
With the addition of former Hentley Farm chef Jackson Bennett, CBD café/restaurant/oasis Peter Rabbit is doubling down on its garden-to-plate ethos.
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.
Treasury 1860’s interior revamp is already turning heads, but the managers are equally keen to make an impression with a new menu inspired by their love of travel and SA produce.
With an eye for detail and a penchant for simple and approachable food, Sean’s Kitchen is the result of the storied career of Sean Connolly, and a love affair between the chef and our city.
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.