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Hut & Soul Eatery

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by Jonathan Phoon (subscribe)
I love trying new food and new restaurants. My other passions are Origami www.weekendnotes.com/origami-classes-japan-australia-friendship-association/ and Pokémon www.weekendnotes.com/pokemon-center-tokyo/
Published May 5th 2017
Recently opened at Pulteney Street in Adelaide, Hut & Soul Eatery specialises in serving various types of Singaporean, Indonesian and Malaysian foods. Aside from familiar dishes such as Murtabak, Hut & Soul Eatery also offers a few more unique dishes such as Avocado Chips, which as its name suggests, consists of deep-fried slices of avocado served with a kaffir lime and chilli mayonnaise dip.

Also known as Sayur Asem, the Curry Vegetable Lodeh is a popular Indonesian dish consisting of various vegetables cooked in a tamarind based soup. All the vegetables had the right amount of bite to them and the glass noodles added a bit of extra texture. The curry gravy delivered a potent spicy flavour with a hint of sourness.

Hut & Soul Eatery, Curry Vegetalbe Lodeh, Adelaide
Curry Vegetalbe Lodeh (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)


We were delighted with the generous size of the chicken in their Sanur Goreng Chicken, whose crisp coating contrasted well with the perfectly cooked flesh. The sweet lime Balinese sauce made this dish great for complementing their spicier dishes. The lettuce leaves helped to balance out the rich taste of the sauce with their freshness.

Hut & Soul Eatery, Sanur Goreng Chicken, Adelaide
Sanur Goreng Chicken (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)


One of the smaller sized dishes available, the barramundi fillet used in the Fish Sambal Salsa was cooked perfectly. The topping of chilli and tomato relish gave the dish a fresh appearance but be warned that it may be a bit too spicy for some tastes.

Hut & Soul Eatery, Fish Sambal Salsa, Adelaide
Fish Sambal Salsa (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)


For a dish that is not so spicy, you may choose to try the Crispy Tofu Pocket. The filling of bean sprouts, cucumber and carrot partnered well with the fried tofu. The peanut sauce tied everything together with its nutty flavour. While it normally comes as a serving of three pieces, the staff offered to increase the portion size to four pieces as we were a group of four.

Hut & Soul Eatery, Crispy Tofu Pocket, Adelaide
Crispy Tofu Pocket (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)


Aside from their main menu, Hut & Soul also offers a selection of Singaporean and Malaysian street food at $12.90 during lunchtime. Laksa, Hainanese Chicken Rice, Char Kway Teow and Nasi Lemak are some of the popular street food on the lunch menu. You can add $3 for a soft drink or $5 for house wine/beer to go with your choice of lunch delight.

Hut & Soul Eatery, Adelaide
(Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)


Hut & Soul Eatery, Adelaide
(Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
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When: Lunch: Thurs-Fri: 12pm – 2pm, Dinner: Mon – Sat: 6pm – 10pm
Phone: 08 8232 0588
Where: 310 Pulteney Street, Adelaide, SA
Cost: About $19 per main dish
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