Jimmy Barry has rebranded Gilles Street café Sibling into a coffee-centric, foodie-friendly and aesthetically pleasing coffee spot.
The newest iteration of the Hilton Hotel eatery, Bobbi’s Bar and Restaurant, fired up the new pizza oven in August in a nod to the hotel’s long-term owner.
A well-known Adelaide food team is opening a new city restaurant with a Mediterranean twist.
Steak and hash browns, fried chicken and waffles, and eggs benedict are some of the staples given high-end culinary treatment in Adelaide’s newest degustation experience – a monthly ‘champagne’ brunch from one of South Australia’s most skilled kitchens.
Part of the new Hotel Alba, ela brings some Mediterranean zing to the reawakened southern CBD.
Natalie Fazzari and Alessandro Ennor are bringing the Enzo’s Ristorante tradition with a twist into the CBD, with a new Italian restaurant heading to Rundle Street in September.
Tony Mitolo and Tim Anderson have expanded their unauthentic pizzeria project One Sneaky Cheetah to a second site, bringing the Pizzateca sibling to Melrose Park.
Italian-inspired sando stop Dante’s Deli has opened its doors, with its founders aiming to build a strong community amongst its Glenelg clientele.
Founders of nightclub Loverboy and Pilates studios Studio Spring have teamed up with ex-Peter Rabbit chef Renee Lind to create a seaside café and gin bar in Henley fit for any season.
Our restaurant reviewer revisits an Adelaide dining institution, now in new hands.
Chef Andrew Wandless reckons schnitzels are a crutch too many pubs lean on.
Salad? Not salad? The choices are simple but spicy at this stripped-down suburban outpost of a long-standing city establishment.
Our restaurant reviewer returns to the more casual of the two Penfolds restaurants at Magill where brunch can be followed by a tasting of premium wines.
2KW’s new executive chef brings an impressive culinary career into the rooftop venue, creating dishes that draw equally on his humble appreciation of flavour and history working with native ingredients.
There is less than a month left to vote for the Consumer Award in the South Australian Premier’s Food and Beverage Industry Awards.
Our restaurant reviewer is pleased to lose an afternoon in this destination restaurant opened by three talented South Australian chefs.
“There is coffee available everywhere, but there is no Pakistani tea,” says the founder of Lahore Tea House, who’s brought South Asian flavours and fragrant refreshments to a pop-up Adelaide Central Market stall.
You’re only as good as your last dish, or so they say. CityMag talks to Adelaide chefs who’ve copped scorn from critics to find out how a restaurant recovers.