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Where's the Best Restaurant at Churchill Centre?

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by Jonathan Phoon (subscribe)
I love trying new food and new restaurants. My other passions are Origami and Pokémon
Published January 8th 2017
Located on the former Islington Railyards site on Churchill Road at Kilburn, Churchill Centre is just five minutes from North Adelaide. Coles, Aldi and Kmart are located within the centre and Costco is just next door to it. With over 900 free car parks and more than 50 stores, this shopping centre is a great place for shopping and enjoying a meal. Many of the eating places are located within the food court but there are also a few restaurants facing the car park.

Ricky's Malaysian Kitchen is a good place to enjoy a wide range of Malaysian and Singaporean street food such as Hainanese Chicken Rice, Crispy Skin Roast Pork Rice and BBQ Pork Rice. The various meats can also be ordered with noodle (flat rice noodle, rice vermicelli, hokkien noodle or egg noodle) instead of rice. One of our favourite Ricky dishes is their Hainanese Chicken Rice, which features tender chicken accompanied by ginger and chilli sauces in which the chicken can be dipped in to enhance their flavour.

Ricky's Malaysian Kitchen, Ricky's Chicken Rice, Adelaide
Ricky's Chicken Rice (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)

Fresh Chomp also serves Malaysian street food but with a different menu to that of Ricky. Aside from having a delicious Nasi Lemak, they also offer Pan Mee (a dish consisting of pieces of dough and mushrooms cooked in soup), Crispy Noodle and Laksa.

Fresh Chomp, Pan Mee, Adelaide
Fresh Chomp's Pan Mee (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)

Part of a nation-wide chain selling filled pancakes, Bing Boy is ideal for those that want something that is not too filling. Our current favourite is the Pretty n Peking, due to it having a similar taste to the Peking Duck Pancakes offered at some Chinese restaurants. They also offer dessert pancakes to help complete your meal.

Bing Boy, Pretty n Peking, Adelaide
Bing Boy's Pretty n Peking (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)

Looca Cafe is the latest restaurant that we have tried at Churchhill Centre. We liked the casual atmosphere of the café and enjoyed the seafood basket, omelette and pasta dishes that we had during our visit.

Looca Cafe, Fisherman's Basket, Adelaide
Looca Cafe's Fisherman's Basket (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)

Which restaurant at Churchill Centre do you enjoy having a meal at? We would like to know it so we can give it a try at our next visit.
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