After a 20-year break, public dining is returning to historic Ayers House with the opening of Henry’s Table – a new restaurant that promises to traverse culinary styles and cuisines.
Baked goods are once again on offer at the former Red Door Bakery site on Elizabeth Street, Croydon, courtesy of new tenants Abbots & Kinney.
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.
Beneath the Grenfell Centre sits a Korean eatery you’ll want to add to your must-try list, says CityMag.
The opening of his new Indian restaurant on King William Road marks the realisation of a long-held dream for Mumbai-trained chef Prashant Penkar – and he’s serving dishes the likes of which you probably haven’t seen anywhere else in Adelaide.
Propaganda’s relaunch has seen the venue adopt a more relaxed attitude under head chef Jon Kimber.
The vegan food scene in Adelaide has exploded over the past couple of years. Here’s our lowdown on some of the hottest new – and not-so-new – plant-based places in town.
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.
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.