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Promenade Restaurant – Stamford Grand, Glenelg

Seafood Tower

It’s probably not unfair to say that the Promenade Restaurant, located within the Stamford Grand at Glenelg, has seen better times. It was once a shining diamond of ‘the bay’ but times have moved on, and it seems the Promenade hadn’t quite kept up. However, changes are a-foot. There are new people in charge across the board, and some firm ...

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The Holdy – Lets Get Nauti!

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Whats a pirates favourite letter? Just as a digression for a moment, its funny how whenever you think about sea/water/sailing/boating puns or jokes, pirates always seem to get in the mix. This could just be me though….

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Marion’s Studio

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  Channelling some ‘industrial chic’, with exposed brick, polished concrete and a palette feature wall, this warehouse in disguise could be the location of your next special event. The studio is dedicated to the owners’ beloved Grandmother, Marion, reflecting the welcoming and family driven atmosphere of the business. Marion’s passion for family and life is the inspiration behind the dynamic ...

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Beach Bum Hawaiian Kiosk – North Adelaide

AMAZING crispy pork belly

Before we begin the review proper, lets look at some definitions for the term “Beach Bum”. The Collins Dictionary has defined this as “a person that spends his or her time loafing about on beaches”. Fairly self-explanatory really, but I thought that to make sure we were all on the same wavelength, this needed further clarity. As such, I moved ...

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Sticky Rice Cooking School – Electrolux “Back to Basics” Masterclass

The all important dessert - chocolate soufflé cake with fresh honeycomb, mascarpone and macerated strawberries.

Set in leafy surrounds on the fringe of Stirling in the picturesque Adelaide Hills, Sticky Rice Cooking School has long been running hands-on cooking classes teaching their visitors how to create restaurant quality dishes. Thanks to the generosity of Electrolux, we were able to experience some of this as we got to take part in a ‘back to basics’ masterclass ...

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The Food Truck Movement

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If you like good food, good drinks, in a relaxed and chilled outdoor venue that caters well for children, including DJ’s and live music – then you need look no further than the Food Truck Movement.

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The Bunker Sports Bar and Grill

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Lets just get one thing clear. The Bunker Sports Bar is not somewhere that people would normally write extensive reviews about. In fact, with all due respect, its probably not somewhere that people put that much thought into at all. Its not exactly new and sexy. Its not trying to be the latest and greatest anything. There is no trendy ...

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Nonna & I – Kensington Park

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As he grew up watching his mother and grandmother shopping for the freshest seafood around town and sharing recipes at home, the young Khalil Rashwan developed his own passion for cooking. Many years later, following success in both the USA and Asia, Chef Khalid has brought his fusion of old-school Italian cooking and modern twists to the Australian restaurant scene. ...

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Mexican Society

Ocotpus Tentacle

Think Mexican food, and personally it brings to mind images of sloppy tomato and cheese laden plates, devoid of an interest or personality. Just some beans, beef mince, lots of red and yellow stuff and that’s about it (other than maybe a bit of pickled jalapeno, cause that makes everything Mexican, right?). This is certainly a hangover from an initial ...

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Rundle Place Food Court

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The Rundle Place food court has undergone a bit of a refurbishment and ‘relaunch’ with some new and familiar names adorning their list of eateries. Within the confines of their walls, food lovers have a variety of options from around the culinary world to spice up their lunch time options.

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