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.
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.
The couple behind thriving cupcake business Nathan Bakes have set up a permanent café in the Adelaide CBD to meet the city’s demand for high-quality, gluten-free vegan desserts.
In her Tasting Australia event Mumbai to Adelaide, Adelaide chef Ragini Dey will take diners on a gastronomical tour through one of Australia’s most under-rated and oft-misunderstood imported cuisines.
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.
We are regularly told we should be making ethical food choices, but buzzwords like “sustainability” and “seasonality” on restaurant menus and food labels are fast becoming a lucrative marketing ploy, write Rachel Ankeny and Heather Bray.
Imagine a dinner party at the house of your friend who’s an excellent cook and you’ll be somewhere close to appreciating how excellent the concept of Billy’s Table in Croydon is, writes CityMag‘s Josh Fanning.
From Kimba to Kensington Road, this husband and wife team traded in their rural South Australian medical practice to build a restaurant so they could fund their orphanage in South Sudan.
With founding head chef John Stamatakis moving west, Midnight Spaghetti has welcomed a new kitchen team and a new culinary direction.
Waymouth Street fish-and-chipper Smallfry Seafood has reopened as Uncle, a single-dish chicken rice restaurant designed with lunchtime trade in mind.
Adelaide restaurateur André Ursini says the menu for his highly anticipated new eastern suburbs restaurant features “accessible and approachable” dishes that defy traditional labels.
With the introduction of star sommelier Liinaa Berry to the 2KW team, the rooftop bar and restaurant is solidifying its place among Adelaide’s best food and wine destinations, writes Johnny von Einem.
A new cocktail bar for the East End, Sprout brings its chilli crab pop-up back to the Central Market, Spaghetti Crab becomes Spaghetti Meatballs, Bowlsome CBD prepares to launch, more good news for MOJO kombucha, and Fork on the Road returns.
Red Door Bakery was symbolic of the corner shop revival zeitgeist in South Australia, and its demise is a sad reminder that no matter how good you are, you are never fully in control of your destiny, writes CityMag’s Joshua Fanning.
A new restaurant pitched as “somewhere between Blackwood and Africola” has opened in the East End, led by 27-year-old chef Blake Drinkwater, formerly of Orana, Noma in Copenhagen and Attica in Melbourne.