Subscribe      List an Event or Business      Invite a Writer      Write for WN      Writers      Other Locations

Natasha Stewart Profile

Home > Adelaide > Community > Natasha Stewart

Subscribe to Natasha Stewart
email  facebook  twitter
City: Adelaide

Natasha is a 20-something blogger, writer, baker and foodie. She loves exploring Adelaide, and finding great places to eat, drink, and enjoy.

Weekend Notes (979)
Activities (114)
Places (352)
Events (151)
Questions (220)
Lists (28)
Photos (25)
Foods (97)
Quick Events (0)
Sales (2)
Todo List
Done List
My Topics
Adelaide Breakfast Spots (15|4)
Adelaide Desserts (10|4)
Adelaide Parks & Playgrounds (84|7)
Adelaide Restaurants (8|3)
Natasha's Recipes (14|8)
SA Wineries (9|2)
Writer Rank: 3
principal writer
Readers: 1871346
Subscribers: 212
Articles: 979
Comments: 2222
Rank Calculation:
1871345 =
[1871345] +
[5 x 0] +
[10 x 0]
x 0.5
x 0.5
x 0.5
My WeekendNotes - 979
Forget about Mexican food as you know it in Adelaide; Lucky Lupitas does things differently, and chances are you'll like... [more]
Monarto Zoo sure feels deep into the wilderness. The open-range zoo is about an hour from Adelaide, part way between Mou... [more]
You're inundated with choices when it comes to breakfast/brunch spots along Surry Hill's Crown Street. One that's worth ... [more]
Eating at Table for 20 is like a dinner party with old friends, just with 'old friends' that you haven't met yet. Taking... [more]
Vietnamese cuisine is full of many varied dishes, but two fairly common street foods most likely take top prize as being... [more]
The Coffee Barun is one of those places you just don't expect. It's located right next to the Sefton Plaza Shopping Cent... [more]
Sometimes the most romantic nights are the ones you spend at home cooking together and dancing in the kitchen wi... [more]
Away from the hustle and bustle of Colombo, Mount Lavinia is a little bit quieter and a little less crazy and there's al... [more]
There's no disputing that tea reigns supreme in Sri Lanka. It's up there with Arrack, toddy and ginger beer as one of Sr... [more]
Colombo isn't exactly known worldwide as a foodie destination. The food here is definitely good, especially if it's ... [more]
Willunga will be hosting the 54th GEMBOREEŽ from the 30th of March till the 2nd of April 2018. After Coonabarabran i... [more]
30/03/2018 - 02/04/2018
Usually when you're researching hotels on holiday you'd ignore a place with crumbling buildings, algae covered swimming ... [more]
After browsing through AirBnb's list of Bangkok experiences, we came across A Night of Vinyl. It seemed like an interest... [more]
Excellent Thai food can be found almost anywhere in Thailand: shopping mall food courts, street side stalls, or morning ... [more]
Uncle John is the type of restaurant that is famous not just because of its food, but also because of the way its made. ... [more]
For many in Petaling Jaya, a visit to SS2 Morning Market is part of everyday life. It's a one-stop shop to pick up fresh... [more]
If you've come to Penang and you don't like food, you're probably come to the wrong place. Food is such an important par... [more]
The organisers of Hot Dub Wine Machine must have been thanking the gods on Saturday. Despite Adelaide's last few weeks o... [more]
Penang Road Famous Teochew Chendul isn't lying when it says its famous. This place draws a crowd. From locals who have k... [more]
This Christmas, Rundle Mall is delivering a musical program to see you through the last 10 days before Christmas is in t... [more]
15/12/2017 - 24/12/2017
Floating Melodies is an opportunity to enjoy a musical performance with a difference. Rather than a bar or a concert hal... [more]
Land Rover Polo in the City is back for its 12th year on December 15th, bringing a day of fashion, entertainment, food, ... [more]
Who knew the way down the rabbit hole to Wonderland was via a little bar on Northbourne Avenue. White Rabbit Cocktail Ro... [more]
The Christmas Pageant has come and gone, Santa is officially in town, and we're finally in December. This means that str... [more]
According to Channel 7, Rundle Mall's 2017 Christmas displays are facing criticism from both shoppers and mall retai... [more]
Fall down the rabbit hole to White Rabbit Cocktail Room and you'll enter a world of cocktails, tiny treats and sharply d... [more]
In December, Adelaide plays host to a high powered event that celebrates motorsports of all kinds - the Adelaide Motorsp... [more]
07/12/2017 - 10/12/2017
The Gilles Street Market has been a highlight of Adelaide's market scene since it began in 2008. It's a hub of locally m... [more]
Last year Adelaide cheese lovers mourned the announcement that the popular event CheeseFest would not be continuing,... [more]
The Royal Adelaide Show may be coming to an end, but you won't have to wait a whole year for a bit of magic to return to... [more]
09/12/2016 - 18/12/2016
The stunning Carclew House and surrounding gardens makes the perfect setting for any fancy soiree, so it's no surprise t... [more]
Clean-Up Australia day is one of those great events where you can take part no matter where you are - every little bit h... [more]
It seemed that as soon as Christmas was over the supermarkets were stocking the shelves with foil coated chocolate b... [more]
Foraging is a hugely satisfying way to get your own food. It's not as quick and easy as heading to the supermarket, and ... [more]
Over the last year, Pirate Life's boldly branded tinnies have made an appearance at events and festivals around Adelaide... [more]
These last couple of years the Fringe has been starting a little bit earlier and events seem to be running a little bit ... [more]
11/03/2016 - 14/03/2016
Adelaide's biennial food festival, Tasting Australia, is back for another year and the program seems to be growing bigge... [more]
01/05/2016 - 08/05/2016
Adelaide's premier arts festival, the Adelaide Festival, has an unlikely companion: Adelaide's biggest car race, the Cli... [more]
03/03/2016 - 06/03/2016
Over the last couple of years the number of escape rooms in Sydney has skyrocketed. If you haven't heard of them before,... [more]
Frisbee - that's something you play with your dog right? Frisbee's not a real sport! Oh yeah, I used to play frisb... [more]
Shrouded in mystery - escape rooms are the big secret that everyone is talking about. With home-grown startups and overs... [more]
What's the difference between a chocolate maker and a chocolatier? A chocolate maker is the person who takes harvested c... [more]
To any traveller that's stepped foot on Bangkok's steamy streets - Sukhumvit Soi 38 will stir up a faint recollection if... [more]
Valentine's Day gets a bit of a bad wrap as a 'Hallmark' holiday, but the romantic traditions of swapping cards, chocola... [more]
Hindley Street isn't all shisha bars and strip clubs; there are plenty hidden secrets along the street. Stuck between a ... [more]
The door shuts. The timer starts. As 60 minutes starts to tick away you're left with a handful of things: puzzling clues... [more]
From humble sushi stores built into the side of a building, to eight-course degustations at Shiki, Adelaide is full ... [more]
Deep Creek Conservation Park is a large area on the Fleurieu Peninsula, and the largest area of wildlife habitat remaini... [more]
A few years ago it used to be near impossible to find Vietnamese rolls (or banh mi) south of the city centre; while the ... [more]
Some Vietnamese restaurants in Adelaide provide a bit of a lacklustre experience. Vietnamese cuisine is fresh and vibran... [more]
Xiao long bao are often called Shaghai soup dumplings, but they're actually considered a type of baozi--the name given t... [more]
Long distance relationships can definitely be hard work, but with a world of global communication options at our fingert... [more]
Hwange National Park (previously known as Wankie National Park) is a sprawling game reserve. It is the biggest in Zimbab... [more]
Sit Down, Shutup and Watch is an South Australian based film festival celebrating its first year in 2014. The festival w... [more]
The Victoria Falls Hotel is a grand building and an example of colonial Zimbabwe (or Rhodesia). It's worth a visit even ... [more]
A sunny afternoon is the perfect excuse to hop in the car and go for a drive in the Adelaide Hills. While you can stop i... [more]
Surrounded by towering trees and dotted with tiny wild flowers, Stirling's Apex Park is like a hidden fairy glen. Apex P... [more]
Yum cha literally means drink tea, but in Australia we generally use it to describe a meal or different kinds of food wh... [more]
Food hybrids are nothing new--creations of famous chefs or hungry home cooks, sometimes they fade into obscurity and oth... [more]
Nestled amongst the bars and restaurants of Peel Street is Kaffana, a Serbian bar with a very meaty angle. Half bar, hal... [more]
The Southern Rockhounds hold their Gem, Mineral and Craft fair annually on the first weekend in November. If you're a co... [more]
01/11/2014 - 02/11/2014
Deep underground Adelaide has a whole other nightlife just waiting to be discovered. With the growing number of small ba... [more]
Early last year the Hilton Hotel unveiled their new and improved cocktail bar: the Collins Bar. Unlike the old bar, whic... [more]
The Middle East is a broad region with many different cultures and customs, but there are similar threads that run throu... [more]
A new page has popped up on Facebook, but the FSSLSC aren't providing much more information than a few lifesaver themed ... [more]
Spring has well and truly set in and Adelaide has been seeing some great weather of late. The sunny skies are a great pr... [more]
Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Next