Whether you’re away for the weekend or just looking for a special venue to share a meal with family and friends, SA’s destination restaurants are well worth the drive.
Filling the vacancy left by long-time chef Tony Carroll, Jack Ingram is set to write a new chapter in the story of celebrated riverbank restaurant Jolleys Boathouse.
MasterChef star Callum Hann has returned home to the Barossa to set up a Mediterranean restaurant within the stunning boutique winery Lou Miranda Estate.
Forced to close its laser tag and virtual-reality offerings on Grote Street, Core51 has reopened as a burger joint called MK’s Café in a new location on Hutt Street.
Skippered by two accomplished chefs, Angler is Stirling’s refined fish-and-chippery baiting customers with everything from carp burgers to scallop pies and dry-aged seafood sausages.
Network Ten has refused to confirm that controversial celebrity chef Jock Zonfrillo will return as a host of ratings hit MasterChef next year.
Fare and Square is the latest dining addition to Wellington Square in North Adelaide.
One of the newest restaurants in the Adelaide Hills boasts one of the state’s most experienced hospitality teams – a husband-and-wife duo who’ve been working in some of Australia’s best kitchens for decades.
Café breakfast menus have fallen into a rut. Amicus Curiae’s French- and Malaysian-inspired food is proof there’s life beyond bacon, chorizo and eggs-your-way.
Plant-based Vietnamese eatery Metta Sol recently celebrated its one-year anniversary and last week launched extended hours and a dinner menu from Thursday to Saturday.
Specialty café My Kingdom For a Horse is the first food and beverage operator announced for the upcoming development at the 11 Waymouth Street Plaza.
RCC managing director Roberto Cardone has teamed up with Adelaide chef Salvatore Pepe to bring the pop-up Italian eatery Roberta’s back to the University of Adelaide cloisters for the festival season – this time rebranded as Roberta’s Italian Disco Diner.
The $6 million redevelopment of the Adelaide Railway Station’s long-forgotten hospitality offering shows the transformative power of progressing with an eye to the past.
The former Deli on Flinders has changed hands and been rebranded as Boy and Bloom, with an updated fitout and a refreshed offering that includes Dawn Patrol Coffee.
The brothers behind Malobo, New Nordic, Swedish Tarts and Hermanos Cubanos will launch their latest eatery and bar in Henley Square on Friday with a New York-Italian-style menu and a laidback vibe.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day – and it can also be the most delicious. Say goodbye to cereal and head out to these excellent local eateries to start your day off right.
The Peter Rabbit team has joined forces with West Oak Hotel’s Adam Robinson to bring an all-day food, coffee and booze café concept to an old suburban butcher shop.
A new dumpling house in the East End will combine contemporary yum cha dishes with a focused wine list and tea selection, all courtesy of the team behind Mother Vine wine bar.