Food Drink

Meraki Greek Cuisine Relocating To Rundle Street!

Speculation and anticipation about what is to replace the former Cocolat store on Rundle Street is over. Meraki’s Greek Cuisine is set to relocate, rebrand as Petrichor & Epicure Kitchen, and open in October.

An empty store on Rundle Street has had us scratching our heads as to what will fill the space of the former Cocolat cafe.

After some sneaky investigation on our trusty friend Facebook, our best bet is that Meraki Greek Cuisine will be relocating to 281 Rundle Street on an unconfirmed date in October. With the move comes a new name too—Petrichor & Epicure Kitchen!

Meraki Greek Cuisine was formerly at 5/11 O’Connell Street in North Adelaide, where they were serving delicious dishes for over two years, but according to their Facebook, doors closed on 16 September 2018.

The Rundle Street’s shop window boasts a poster referring to their signature dish, the lamb shoulder, which won the Best Roast in SA Award in 2017 and was named in The Source SA’s top 22 dishes for 2017.

Meraki’s website states that they aim for a ‘truly memorable dining experience where food is cooked to perfection, using local high quality produce and finest ingredients.’

While the Petrichor & Epicure Kitchen menu will be more European and French Fusion focused, it will still have the favorite dishes from the Meraki menu.

Keep an eye out for updates as the owners get their new store sorted!
Spit Roasted Lamb Shoulders For Two
Patzari Salat

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