Adelaide’s BEST Festival Food without the Festival

By the Adelady Team

We hope you’ve all been enjoying the peace and quiet of our beautiful city lately, because it’s about to get WILD!

That’s right – the start of February is almost upon us which means a never ending list of awesomeness: Adelaide Fringe Festival, Espresso Martini Festival, Garden of Unearthly Delights, Gluttony, WOMADelaide, Clipsal and more! Phew we’re exhausted just thinking about it.

The best part of the festival season in Adelaide (aside from the talent, art, people, music etc.) is the insane amount of delicious food that pops up all over the place. We’re talking carts selling corn, BBQ’d meats in cardboard boxes, thousands of different cuisines and inventive new solutions for eating on the go. This is the kind of thing that we LIVE for.

So because we can’t wait the few weeks left until we can start to fully indulge, here’s our list of “Festival Style Foods” that you can find all year round on the Uber Eats app! And when the Garden of Unearthly Delights does finally open for 2018, please don’t judge us for how many times you see us in the line for Mexican…

1. Bun Vermicelli

The only thing missing here are those adorable little cardboard boxes they come in at a festival!

2. Cinnamon Club

Ahhh those loaded plates of rice and curry and fresh naan, YUM!

3. ChurrOZ

This is definitely our go-to dessert, because you can walk and eat at the same time so you don’t miss a minute of the action!

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4. PIZZALOLA

This is a classic festival food, and because you’re eating it seconds after it’s made, it is FRESH! Who doesn’t love a crispy base.

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5. Let Them Eat

Long gone are the days when all festival food was unhealthy. Now that we’ve become more health conscious there are healthy options available too!

6. Yanni’s Yiros

Give us ALL the garlic sauce.

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7. Sammy’s Fish and Chippery

There’s nothing more satisfying than peeling back that butcher’s paper to find some fresh Aussie fish and chips.

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