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My WeekendNotes - 40
On the quieter end of Hutt Street, away from the hustle and bustle of the restaurant and cafe scene, lies Experience Caf... [more]
Anyone who has been to the Royal Adelaide Show or Adelaide Fringe will be familiar with Adelaide's Famous Poffertjes. Th... [more]
After Lucky Lupitas opened in Bedford Park last year, Adelaide became feverish for a new breed of Mexican and Latin Amer... [more]
Realising how I normally relish a good burger, fellow writer Dave Walsh of Weekendnotes made it known to me that a burge... [more]
Venturing down Adelaide's East End on a bright sunny afternoon, it was marvellous to discover a French creperie poetical... [more]
Going to Burgastronomy has been on my agenda for ages but somehow for one reason or another I kept procrastinating. Aft... [more]
I first heard of Neptune Palace on Gouger Street from my parents who visited during its first week of opening for Yum Ch... [more]
When I was working at Flinders Hospital it was a common occurrence to skip over to Pasadena for lunch at a Chinese takea... [more]
Last Saturday, I was invited to a celebratory dinner at Parwana Afghan Restaurant in Torrensville. I was rather apprehe... [more]
With barely any time to get over the recent Tour Down Under, another lycra clad event has already hit Adelaide. On 17th ... [more]
17/03/2013
Recently a new casual eatery that has raced into O'Connell Street in North Adelaide caught my eye. Where Cold Rock Ice C... [more]
Just over an hour's drive south of Adelaide lies Goolwa, a town located on the River Murray on the Fleurieu Peninsula. ... [more]
23/02/2013 - 24/02/2013
Adelaide is a magical little city with many hidden gems. Sometimes the enchantment lies in finding a beautiful spot ... [more]
Nowadays we seem to increasingly hear more about pop-up food businesses but have you heard about the pop-up playground? ... [more]
20/12/2012 - 04/02/2013
Buffet restaurants are certainly not a novelty. However excluding Korean barbecue restaurants, Asia-Buffet Yoon is the f... [more]
Not long after Christmas and New Year festivities have ended (phew), many people from countries with Asian populations w... [more]
16/02/2013
The popularity of Korean food in Adelaide is certainly on the rise, as can be seen by the proliferation of Korean restau... [more]
Afghan cuisine has got to top it all as one of the most pleasing exotic looking food to the Western palate. When I think... [more]
Most of you would know of the legendary T-Chow Chinese restaurant. It was about 3 years ago that original owner Chef So ... [more]
On a recent visit to Melbourne, the Grand Mercure Flinders Lane Apartments was our choice of accommodation. Located on t... [more]
Goodwood has recently hatched a new bakery. The former Baker's Delight in Goodwood now sees Boulangerie 113 in its place... [more]
Once home to light industry and factories, Bowden's landscape is changing rapidly. Townhouses have erupted from small c... [more]
A visit to Melbourne would never be complete without a good dose of Malaysian street-food. I thought I would forgo my fa... [more]
Every visit to Melbourne calls for good food. After a night out at the famed Movida, we were still yearning for more Spa... [more]
The Adelaide Botanic Gardens is undoubtedly one of Adelaide's highlights for visitors. Set in its heart is The Botanic G... [more]
Whenever I am around Rundle Mall, I find it hard to pass by Ricky's Kitchen located inside Southern Cross Arcade and not... [more]
Bowerbirds are well known to collect brightly coloured objects for their nests and can spend hours arranging them. After... [more]
09/11/2012 - 11/11/2012
After a satisfying treat at Chocolate Taperia, it seemed highly appropriate to adjourn to Udaberri. Yes, it is a night o... [more]
The OzAsia Festival in Adelaide will kickstart the premiere of Martial Arts Trilogy in Australia, followed by subsequent... [more]
22/09/2012 - 02/03/2013
Five years ago, had you asked me what immediately comes to mind when 'Silk Road' was mentioned, I would have said the Te... [more]
If you have not dined with young children before, be prepared for war on a battlefield. Most young children have the att... [more]
As I step into the light airy interior of Dolce & Co, I was faced with a long L-shaped glass and chrome buffet display o... [more]
For me, talk of a food truck equates to Burger Theory and Burger Theory equates to Burger love. The crew behind B... [more]
29/08/2012 - 20/11/2012
A birthday celebratory dinner had me down memory lane revisiting a favourite haunt of mine from school days - The Europe... [more]
The little hand on the clock had barely reached seven and Nghi Ngan Quan was already pumping on a Friday night. Stuck in... [more]
Seeking freshly baked Lebanese bread and Middle Eastern kebabs? Look no further than Lawash Bakery on South Road in Theb... [more]
In search of lunch at Westfield Marion Shopping Centre, and wanting to steer away from the obvious food court, we headed... [more]
About three months ago, as I was driving along Marion Road, a new eatery caught my eye. This place was called Little Chi... [more]
Nothing whets my appetite more than an amazing burger. The best thing is we are seeing more burger joints in Adelaide. O... [more]
It is easy for one to drive past Inque on Greenhill Road without noticing the restaurant. Housed within the Air Apartmen... [more]