Umaii- a Japanese Restaurant that opened last November in the heritage estate of Elder House in the CBD - is launching a lunch set menu and for one week only what is normally $49 will be $25.
The famed All You Can Eat offering now includes drinks with a range of Japanese and international whiskeys, funky cocktails and sake to choose from.
The Adelaide favourite can now hold more diners both inside and outside and has released a fresh, seasonal menu perfect for summer.
From the team that brought you Nijumaru's All You Can Eat Sushi, comes the adjoining day time eatery offering authentic Japanese brunch meals.
Gourmet Japanese restaurant Yuki in Burnside has a fresh menu thanks to its new Head Chef and will also trade with extended hours going forward.
Blasting Japanese 80s city pop all day long, the "elevated" venue located in the CBD's Elder House specialises in sushi, yakitori and tempura.
MiYuki is the third instalment of the Yuki name, this time offering a unique take on contemporary brunch as well as dinner.
Nijumaru is an Adelaide-owned and operated Japanese restaurant with two locations in Glenelg and Prospect offering the highest quality food!
Yuki in Burnside introduces new 9-course seasonal menu to Adelaide's East, as well as a luxury Sunday sushi menu, starting from 27th March.
Shobosho To Go's menu features a variety of eats including a crumbed meatball sandwich, teriyaki spit roast chicken, and a bento box banquet.
Ginza Japanese Restaurant offers a bottomless all you can eat buffet for $28.80, yes please!
The ninth Rowland Sinclair Mystery sees Rowly kidnapped in China, circa 1935.
Demystifying Japanese ingredients to allow anyone to bring them into your everyday cooking.
From Tokyo, Japan, comes this youth dance troupe with the world premiere of a new work exclusive to the Adelaide Fringe.
If you don't leave with a food baby, you're not doing it right.
An eclectic collection of 100 Asian-inspired meals, snacks and desserts from more traditional Asian dishes through to some unexpected recipes like cheesecake!
Based on the BBC television series, Civilisations, historian, television presenter and author David Olusoga presents a look at the two-way interaction of first contact with old civilisations, and how art has represented progress through the ages.
From the chefs that brought us Fried Ice cream and Vegan Bombe Alaska, Quang Nguyen alongside partner Thy Nguyen are back at it again with their new dessert bar.
Adelaide foodies listen up! Through a blend of smoke, steam, and fire came Shobosho—a must try restaurant located on Leigh Street. Now, they bring you an intimate eight seater setting that is Sho.
As a young woman from a good family, Maisie travels across the world to marry a distant cousin of whom she knows nothing, but things don’t turn out at all as she was expecting.