If you’re out and about the east end of town and hunting for a bite between Fringe shows, consider venturing to Rymill Park and check out the vendors at Gluttony. The Garden’s little sister is upping the ante this year with a fantastic new food court near the East Terrace entrance, driven by the recruitment of some hospo heavyweights and a renewed focus on really high quality cuisine.
Sommelier at the world famous Mona in Tasmania – arguably Australia’s hottest centre of art right now – Felix Stoffell will be running the Gluttony Wine bar. So, you can expect to see some really top notch vino from all over Australia on the list, as well as some specially curated wine lists. You can thank a special connection with Gluttony director Daniel Michael for the exclusive hook up. Cocktails and the obligatory espresso martini will also be available.
Rowan Edwards is a former founder of Udaberri, the venue that kicked off the west end’s small bar scene that the city has grown to love in recent years. Not only will his experience in the boutique small bar scene will be beneficial to Gluttony’s new direction, but his connectedness with many of Adelaide’s top notch restauranteurs means the venue is going to have an awesome array of cuisine. Edwards’ great work at the Lucky Dumpling Market has led to culminated in his role assisting with the overall food and beverage offering. Expect some special announcements on this front soon.
Gluttony 2018 food vendors are more than doubling this year and include a range of Adelaide restaurants that have really made a mark on customers throughout the state, including the award winning Soi 38, award winning Thai, Filipino Project (as seen at Lucky Dumpling) and Gurkah’s (top rated Nepalese restaurant, with a range of other great festival food options also on offer.
Gluttony in Rymill Park plays host to a number of Fringe venues and runs from February 16 to March 18