Food and Art In Adelaide’s Inner Northern Suburb Has Serious Prospects

With exquisite food and art on show throughout the ever-lovely Prospect area, there is no denying that this suburb has become a vibrant and exciting place to call home. Here at Glam Adelaide, we are taking a look into the amazing food and art spots which make this destination completely come to life. 

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The prospect of living in Adelaide’s inner northern suburbs has never been more attractive. With exquisite food and art on show throughout the ever-lovely Prospect area, there is no denying that this suburb has become a vibrant and exciting place to call home. Even better is the announcement that Prospect 1838 is on the way, offering a chance to nab some hot property in Prospect. Here at Glam Adelaide, we love taking a look at the amazing food and art spots which make this destination completely come to life.

Let’s begin with a looks at the food choices on offer. In an exciting development, there is a new brunching destination called New Nordic. Sitting right next to the new cinema complex, the modern-Scandinavian setting along with the Northern European inspired menu is something to get excited about.

Along with this, there are trendy bars and cafés all along Prospect Road. With Rosemont Hall’s Sunny’s Shop and Mr Chan as well as Muratti (to name only a few), there are endless options for a divine and indulgent feast.

Rosemount House opened late 2017 as a pan-Asian, hawker-inspired food hall which includes options from Ratanatrays first venture; and Sunnys Shop and the new Mr Chan that are seriously jaw-drop good. There are the goodies we all know and love along with some more sophisticated dishes as well as a cocktail bar, juice bar and coffee stall as well.

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Along with their amazing food and wine options, Prospect also delivers on the art front. Prospect has a bunch of incredible street art work featured all along the area. With a diverse range of public art on display, like graffiti artist KAB101’s famous KAB Lane, or Warren Langley’s distinctive neon-trimmed metal sculptures scattered along the Prospect Road commercial strip, there is no denying that a creative mood will well and truly be inspired at all times, simply by wondering through the suburb.

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For those wanting to further explore the best food and visual culture the growing suburb has to offer, there’s the Explore Prospect Food & Wine Trail, that takes groups through the amazing spread of local food operations — from Café Komodo, Momiji Sushi and Muratti — and the diverse range of public art on display. Check out the City of Prospect’s Network Prospect site for more info.

With all the mention of how great a suburb Prospect is, let us remind you that now is as good a time as ever to live here. With leafy back streets, a number of great parks and proximity to schools, public transport and amenities like childcare and libraries, Prospect is an ideal option for either a first-time home buyer, or young couples looking for a family home.

To grab your own slice of the fantastic Prospect lifestyle, talk to Prospect 1838 to discover their wonderful range of investment opportunities in the fashionable suburb. The 3 and 4 bedroom, three story townhouses will be part of a greater master planned community which sees the final empty block of land on Churchill Road complete. The community will have up to 120 townhouses, some apartments and commercial offerings, all in a hip location.

So be sure not to miss out on the chance to explore Prospect and all of its offerings.

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