This Italian joint in Prospect shows that change can be a good thing.
Chef Justin Dingle-Garciyya has been drafted as the founding chef of Garçon Bleu, a modernised French restaurant launching on level nine of the Sofitel Adelaide.
The fourth restaurant in the Shōbōsho family is a specialty ramen hole-in-the-wall eatery called Shōmen, opening on Leigh Street this Thursday and offering four ramen and non-ramen soup dishes and a small selection of wraps and sandos.
Following a rebrand, new Henley Beach restaurant Clutch, formerly known as Acacia, is offering the restaurant experience founder Elissa Mercurio first envisioned for the space, with an inventive menu from head chef Duane Tilka.
Just how bottomless is a ‘bottomless brunch’? Our restaurant reviewer samples the Friday offering from Bloom, the café in a converted warehouse that’s introduced a new kind of eating to the inner-west.
Tanunda’s new food and wine destination Artisans of Barossa will open to the public this week with a cellar door, restaurant and function space showcasing the wines of eight small-batch artisan producers.
Much-loved Afghan restaurant Parwana is hosting two nights of dinners to raise funds for internally displaced people in Afghanistan, while also “developing shifted narratives” on the country’s future.
Beginning life as a festival food concept, Soi 38’s Fire has found a home in the business’ original Pulteney Street restaurant, serving up curries, rolls, dumplings, burgers and snacks.
Hahndorf’s Udder Delights Cheese Cellar will relocate to a new $2.5 million tasting room, microbrewery, pizzeria and function space currently being built within a locally renowned Hills brewpub damaged by fire in 2016.
The final phase of Callum Hann and Themis Chryssidis’ CBD venue Eleven is set to launch Friday, as the full-scale restaurant headed by chef Dan Murphy and sommelier Geoffrey Hunt finally opens.
Lockdowns are never convenient for small hospitality businesses, especially those still in the early days of establishing themselves. CityMag speaks with Soi 38, CARŌclub and Spellmans’ Social about launching new venues into a lockdown void.
Boutique bottle shop Bowden Cellars has finally launched, giving both Adelaide Wine Markets and food truck favourites CARŌclub their first bricks-and-mortar tenancies.
It’s not quite the restaurant experience, but this Adelaide initiative to take home delivery to a new level is one positive spin-off from COVID. Our restaurant reviewer samples a sizeable portion of the Chefs on Wheels menu.
Having finished up at their Port Elliot pop-up, Gang Gang has moved to Torrensville, where they’re serving burgers, nachos, tacos and loaded fries out the back of café and events space Canopy.
Working alongside Design People’s founder Dave Lawson, designer Kiki Thanou reached into her past and the aesthetic of Hanson Road to create the branding for the Currie Street ‘70s nostalgia trip Extra Chicken Salt.
Two Herringbone chefs set a task for themselves at Crafers Pizza Bar: hit all the marks expected of a family-oriented takeaway pizza shop without sacrificing their instincts for quality.
Yuzu in a cocktail, Wagyu in a burger and Laughing Cow cheese in a shallot pancake? These are a few of our restaurant reviewer’s favourite things.
The latest restaurant from the Kardachi stable is Laura & Max Sharrad’s Fugazzi Bar & Dining Room, featuring luxe studio -gram design and a “New York Italian-inspired” menu.