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Contemporary Japanese Deli

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Japanese food has always been a little bit of a mystery to me, as my early exposure to it wasn’t overly enticing. Some flavour combinations and ingredients can be a little left field, so for a long time I just didn’t quite get it. However, eventually I was reintroduced via the institution that is ramen, and the rest, as they ...

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@313

Porchetta roast with fennel, chilli and paprika, grilled cabbage, radish and roasted pink lady apples

Think catering food, and what generally comes to mind is either trays of monotone sandwiches and baguettes, or plates of uninspiring golden brown fried items. And sure, while I love a good sanga and arancinni as much as the next person, its hardly memorable stuff. @313 obviously felt the same way, as they set about gearing up their function space ...

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Levant Eatery – Pirie Street

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After three years of love and support at their Hindley Street location, the crew behind Levant Eatery decided it was time to open a second CBD location. to the CBD. Situated on Pirie St, Levant Eatery’s new location represents a dynamic fusion of sumptuous middle-eastern food and vibrant culture in a bustling city setting. “We specifically picked this location to ...

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Jekyll and Hyde

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For someone that likes to keep an eye out for new and interesting place to visit, it never ceases to amaze me just how many there are that have never even been a blip on my radar. Sure, this is far from a full time pursuit – if only – but it’s not often I am completely surprised by somewhere. ...

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The Noble Gentleman

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The Noble Gentleman is a small bar-style venue that will essentially be the CBD’s cellar door. Having reached out to South Australian wineries without a cellar door, the aim is to give them a space to be able to connect with customers in a CBD location. Any gaps in their schedule will be filled with wines from France, Italy and ...

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The Highway – Mushroom Month 2018

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Dont worry about any other time of the year, one of my favourite months of the calendar is Mushroom Month. Every year from the kitchen at The Highway comes a menu showcasing the many qualities of the ‘shroom. There has been a recent change in the kitchen with a new head chef (Damien Fong Lim) and sous chef (Ashley Coad) ...

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Coal Cellar and Grill – Winter Food and Wine Series – July

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The winter solstice may be passed and daylight is slowly creeping its way through our windows for longer each day, but this is still very much the season for comfort food. Rich, opulant, hearty fare is what this is about, and if you can add quality red wine to the mix, even better. Essentially what this describes is the Winter ...

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Festival of Food 2018 – Windy Point Cafe

It is becoming 'Festival of Ribs' if this keeps up...

As part of the Festival of Food for 2018, the Windy Point Cafe are offering up a 4 course menu to showcase some of their wares. Pulling up into their car park, and seeing that view disappearing off into the distance, you already know that things are going to be ok. As with all the FOF menu’s, you are offered ...

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The Playford Restaurant – Festival of Food 2018

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There are some places that just get it. You know, really understand what it is to be in hospitality. Just as some people seem to be born entertainers, and make the simple act of walking into a room an event – certain establishments seem to naturally get things right. The Playford, for me, is one of these places. A little ...

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