The space is open to the public for food and drinks on select days, and it operates mainly as a fairy light-lit and exposed brick-surrounded function space.
Hot chips, kebab lamb or chicken, chili, barbecue sauce, and garlic––what others call “halal packs” are Adelaide’s AB.
From the group behind popular Blackwood eatery Lenox Avenue comes Cachemira, a European-style bar and restaurant.
With a range of Asian fusion eats such as Korean cheese hot dogs and ramen, the restaurant is hoping to be Adelaide’s new one-stop-shop for food and drinks.
GANG GANG is known for its quirky burgers, such as the “Cardi B” chicken burger, the “Spice Girl” Asian-inspired cheese burger & more.
The Asian fusion café transforms to a Japanese bar and restaurant for Friday dinners, playing hip hop tunes throughout.
A number of new venues have been opening their doors across South Australia recently, so we've compiled a list of 10 you've got to check out ASAP.
With gooey gnocchi gorgonzola with pine nuts and baby spinach, orecchiette with truffle oil-cooked pork sausage, and more, the pasta bar launched on this week with free local delivery.
A vegan lamington baked donut is now available via delivery to sweeten your lockdown with chocolatey goodness.
The popular Thai street food eatery has opened the doors to its Pirie Street venue with a fresh fit out and updated menu.
The brand-new Asian fusion restaurant has a split menu, offering Vietnamese food for lunch and Thai food for dinner.
If you missed Shibui pop-ups at the Fringe or Tasting Australia, you now have a third chance to try the sweet eats in Rundle Mall.
The acaí haven has opened a location in Hindmarsh Square, serving up the same much-loved menu as their Glenelg counterpart.
Located right on Brighton Road, The Good Tiger has a beautiful tropical-style interior and a menu of modern South East Asian eats.
The ultimate wine-lovers degustation is set to be held at Adelaide Oval's Five Regions Restaurant, paired perfectly with a selection of Yalumba's best.
The ticketless event will have Adelaide distilleries serving up cocktails, plant-based eateries slinging food, an array of local craft beer and wine, and retail vendors selling adorable items.
Uz Gözleme, Adelaide’s first food truck dedicated to gözleme, is now finished and ready to bring the Turkish treat to the city’s streets.
The steak has been dry rubbed with fresh coffee beans, injected with vodka, and served with a chocolate butter to emulate the popular cocktail.
The Aldinga restaurant serves up steaks, burgers, and ribs at their new, rustic, country-style venue.
Much-loved Mediterranean restaurant Yiasou George is participating in Tasting Australia’s winter series with their upcoming event George After Dark.