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Borsa Pasta Cucina

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Everyone needs a stable, reliable, and consistently good place for lunch. You know, for when you aren’t sure precisely what you feel like – but you know it’s not a food court or banh mi kind of day. You want something good, and you don’t want to be guessing about it. There needs to be some good options there, but ...

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The Highway – Native Creative menu

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The Australian identity. What that is precisely is particularly difficult to define. We talk about the Australian dream, being the lucky country. This sports mad bunch who drink beer, swim with sharks, have pet kangaroos, live on acres of land each, smear Vegemite on everything and ironically for an island national, don’t like people on boats. Ok so WE don’t ...

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Toro Espanol

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Mount Barker certainly seems to be growing up a bit. While the debarcle that is the Woolworths owned block of land remains undeveloped, there are others who are forging ahead regardless.

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Lord of the Fries 

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Lord of the Fries is a bit of an interstate institution. Starting as a food truck by a couple of 20 some things, Mark and Mandy, the idea of serving great fries at festivals and events proved so popular as they toured around the country with their tiny van for a number of years. On the back of this success, they ...

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Level One – Electra House 

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Level 1 at Electra House is the reboot of their initial restaurant, the award winning Olea. This has been the case for about a year now, however it has gone through a futher refinement of the concept. With a new chef on board, Jamie Kang, there has been a marked shift in the current menu from the Greek inspired Olea. ...

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Cafe Brunelli

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Looking at my Instagram feed, you would swear that lately all I have done recently is eat pizza and drink beer. Not that there is any issue with that at all. So just to continue the trend, I offer you some words about another pizza place, and this time an old favourite – Brunelli. This wood oven pizza venue has ...

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Wurst and Stein

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Sometimes things can be hiding right there in plain sight, sitting almost literally underneath your nose, yet you continue to not see it is there. Its not like I don’t go out of my way to look for things either – keeping my eye’s open for anything new and interesting to check out is just what I do. And yet ...

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Lost in a Forest 

Set amongst the trees and hidden away in the beautiful village of Uraidla is one of the Adelaide Hills best kept secrets. Wood oven pizza is a bit dime-a-dozen these days, so this alone is not enough to raise any eyebrows. An old church being the main building and kitchen is an interesting feature, as is allowing patrons to simply throw ...

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Dawn Patrol

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Dawn Patrol are definitely doing things a little bit differently. At their premises secreted away in the heart of one of Australia’s premier wine regions, they offer a ‘cellar door’ experience for coffee, serving up a tasting of an ever changing selection of single origin beans. They also open only on a Sunday, have no signage on the nearest main ...

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Sukhumvit Soi 38 – Thai Street Food 

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If I could describe my ideal restaurant, in terms of all the features that make it up, I think my list would go something along these lines.  Starting with cuisine – it would have to be thai food. The flavour combinations, the use of colour, texture, heat, sweet, sour and interesting ingredients make this an easy decision. It is easily ...

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