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Where's the Best Restaurant in St Morris?

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by Jonathan Phoon (subscribe)
I love trying new food and new restaurants. My other passions are Origami and Pokémon
Published March 12th 2019
Located relatively close to the suburb of Norwood, the suburb of St Morris offers a good range of restaurants where you can enjoy delicious food. All the restaurants we have eaten at so far in St Morris are located along Magill Road.

Mr Bulgogi at St Morris is the second branch of the restaurant to be opened in Adelaide, the first being at Mawson Lakes. This branch offers a few dishes that are only available there, such as a Korean take on the Japanese dish Tonkatsu featuring a crispy chicken cutlet topped by a delectable savoury sauce.

St Morris, Mr Bulgogi, Chicken Katsu, Adelaide
Mr Bulgogi's Chicken Katsu (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)

Though it is fairly small Bei-Fang Chinese Restaurant is a great place to enjoy a good range of delicious dumpling dishes. One of the dumplings we enjoyed was the Spicy Chicken Dumplings, which had enough chilli in the filling to give them a delightful spicy kick.

St Morris, Bei-Fang Chinese Restaurant, Spicy Chicken Dumplings, Adelaide
Bei-Fang's Spicy Chicken Dumplings (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)

For Chinese food in a restaurant setting, there is Happy Corner Chinese Restaurant. A dish that we enjoyed there was the Honey Eggplant, which had pieces of deep-fried eggplant with the right amount of bite to them tossed in a honey sauce that was not too sweet.

St Morris, Happy Corner Chinese Restaurant, Honey Eggplant, Adelaide
Happy Corner's Honey Eggplant (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)

If you have a craving for burgers Burger Foundry could be the place for you. Among the burgers that can be ordered there was the Rocky Mountain High Burger, which had a juicy char-grilled Black Angus beef patty complemented by smoky crisp bacon and caramelized onions with rocket leaves providing an element of freshness.

St Morris, Burger Foundry, Rocky Mountain High Burger, Adelaide
Burger Foundry's Rocky Mountain High Burger (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)

Where else have you enjoyed delicious food at St Morris? We would like to know so we can give them a try.
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