Archive of ‘Adelaide Eats’ category

Why the world LOVES SA’s Mayura Station!

By Millie Looker Situated in the idyllic countryside just a few minutes outside of Millicent you’ll find Mayura Station, an unassuming little building with a globally recognised status for being AMAZING. Let’s just start by saying that these guys aren’t mucking around when it comes to the beef that they have on offer. You might […] Read more…

Check out this perfect recipe for a Good Day

By Em Worthington Good Day :: 4 Wilton Ave, Somerton Park :: 8.00am – 2.30pm, Monday to Saturday ::  WEBSITE  ::  FACEBOOK  ::  INSTAGRAM  :: Gorgeous plants. Delicious coffee. Sweet kicks. It’s the perfect recipe for a good day and you can find it all in one sweet spot — Good Day in Somerton Park. […] Read more…

Steal our Riverland Itinerary

By Millie Looker Ahh the Riverland — there’s a reason why it’s one of the most popular holiday destinations in SA, and that’s because it’s got it all! Adventure, extreme sports, incredible views and a great vibe. Another thing that it has? Wine. And we mean like, a LOT of wine. So much wine in […] Read more…

BEST Greek food EVER at Eleni’s at Mallee Estate

By Millie Looker I’m about to make a VERY big call. Have you heard of Mallee Estate — you know, the beautiful cellar door and vineyard just outside of Renmark? They’ve recently opened their new restaurant, Eleni’s, and… here it goes… It is the best Greek food I’ve ever eaten in South Australia. BOOM. Now, […] Read more…

ALL THE BEST REASONS TO VISIT SIDEWOOD AT MAXIMILIANS

By Millie Looker The Adelaide Hills has 57363957* wineries to choose from, so it’s super important for a cellar door to have a point of difference. Well, Sidewood at Maximilians has so many points of difference we’ve dedicated a whole article to them! Everyone in Adelaide seems to have a memory from this gorgeous estate, […] Read more…

Adelady Fleurieu Peninsula Itinerary

By Millie Looker Fleurieu is fun to say, and even more fun to explore! This incredibly beautiful part of our state is jam-packed full of history, family, food, wine, ocean views, and soooo much more! Since the Fleurieu Peninsula is half vineyard views and half seaside vibes there’s plenty to choose from. We started our […] Read more…

Our Picks At The Adelaide Central Market

By Millie Looker Adelaide Central Market :: WEBSITE :: INSTAGRAM :: FACEBOOK There’s something about the hustle and bustle of the Adelaide Central Market that we just love. It’s a place where you see people from every corner of Adelaide come together to celebrate and enjoy the local and exotic produce that’s on offer. The […] Read more…

Where to find the best wine in South Australia’s Riverland

By Millie Looker When you think of the Riverland, there are few obvious things that come to mind — face planting while learning to waterski, cruising in a houseboat and going into full fangirl mode when the Murray Princess comes past, taking 14,687 pics of the sunrise bouncing off of the orange cliffs, wild long […] Read more…

Local Coffee at the Local Grind in Walkerville!

By Millie Looker Local Grind :: The Watson, 33 Warwick St, Walkerville :: Instagram :: Website I just can’t help myself — no matter where I’m going or who I’m meeting, I always find myself there 10 minutes early. It’s just who I am. It’s not all twiddling thumbs and waiting games though, because I’ve […] Read more…

10 REASONS TO LIVE IN THE ADELAIDE CBD

By Millie Looker It’s impossible not to love the Adelaide CBD. We’ve got more pretty parklands than we do skyscrapers, our bar scene is starting to rival the big leagues in Sydney and Melbourne, and if you’re more “espresso” than “martini” then there are close to a billion* chic little cafes and restaurants popping up […] Read more…

Kangaroo Island cafe alert: CACTUS!

By Millie Looker Cactus Kangaroo Island :: 59 Dauncey St, Kingscote – Kangaroo Island, SA :: INSTAGRAM :: FACEBOOK Cruising down the main stretch of Dauncey St in Kingscote, Kangaroo Island, we stumbled upon the cutest little blue and white cafe – Cactus! With a big tree out the front providing plenty of shade and big […] Read more…

Sun’s rising on a hot new spot in the East

By Em Worthington Fine and Fettle :: 57 Magill Rd, Stepney :: 08 8132 0778 :: WEBSITE Set on the ever-evolving Magill Road, instantly appealing new kid on the block, Fine and Fettle, jumps out. Perfect for an exceptional coffee, a tasty brekky or lunch in a place without a shred of pretentiousness, this uber-cool venue […] Read more…

Take your next work trip to Hahndorf!

By Millie Looker If you’re a long-time follower of Adelady then firstly – THANKS!! – and secondly, you’re probably familiar with our love affair with the Haus in Hahndorf + Hahndorf Accomodation Group. You see, this whirlwind romance doesn’t just stem from the fact that our first meeting with their team included wine and oysters […] Read more…

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, […] Read more…

Recipe: Classic Chocolate Tart

By Laura Bakhitiarian :: Romeo’s All you’ve got to do is combine a rich chocolate custard with a buttery base and BOOM you’ve got yourself a winner! All ingredients available from your local Romeo’s. Ingredients Pastry 125g chilled butter, chopped 140g plain flour 60g icing sugar mixture 40g almond meal 30g Cocoa powder 1 egg yolk, room […] Read more…

Recipe: Fiji’s Deep Sea Poached Snapper

Fiji’s Deep Sea Snapper — as seen on Adelady Fiji Special on Channel Nine Adelaide Fish wrapped and poached in banana leaf,  with curried vegetables and fried cassava sticks. Ingredients :: Fish Ingredients :: Serves 1/2 Snapper 160g Lime juice 10 ml Ginger 5g Chilly de-seeded Onion rings Tomato sliced Spinach 20g Banana leaf for […] Read more…

RECIPE: Freekeh & Lentil Salad

By Laura Bakhitiarian :: Romeo’s This salad is about as fresh as it gets! All ingredients available from your local Romeo’s. Ingredients – Salad 250g Freekeh cracked grain 400g brown organic lentils (canned) 2 cups fresh coriander, chopped 2 cups fresh parsley, chopped 1/3 cup fresh dill, finely chopped 50g walnut, chopped into crumbs 120g goats cheese […] Read more…

Inside the new d’Arenberg Cube + lunch at Mitolo Wines

By Kim Lamb Original post on Eat Play Love Travel d’Arenberg Cube WHERE :: 58 Osborn Road, McLaren Vale, South Australia CONTACT :: (08) 8329 4888 WEBSITE :: darenberg.com.au Image Credit :: d’Arenberg Described as Willy Wonka’s Wine Factory, it’s no surprise I was chomping at the bit to check out the new d’Arenberg Cube while in Adelaide […] Read more…

Where to get the best party food in Adelaide

By the Adelady Team WE LIKE TO PARTY! WE LIKE, WE LIKE TO PARTY! If you can’t already tell, the silly season is well and truly HERE. If we haven’t been returning emails or answering our phones, it’s because we’ve been busy hosting dance parties in our office. The Adelady team has an uncanny resemblance to […] Read more…

Pizzateca: One of the best dining experiences in Adelaide

By Jess from Dressed in Copper :: 319 Chalk Hill Road, McLaren Vale :: FACEBOOK :: INSTAGRAM Good vibes, really-really good Italian fare and Limoncello shots on departure. Say ciao to Pizzateca! Tucked away on Chalk Hill Road, Pizzateca is an Italian food lovers HEAVEN. It’s surrounded by vineyards and plenty of lawn area for a football and for the little ones […] Read more…

Aperol Hour at Bistro Blackwood

By Jess from Dressed in Copper :: 285 Rundle Street, Adelaide. :: FACEBOOK :: INSTAGRAM If you’re looking for somewhere for Friday night knock offs, or just want to get the night started a little bit earlier then you need to get acquainted with Bistro Blackwood. Their new digs on Rundle Street are the place to be on […] Read more…

11 Adelaide cafes you need to know about

By Laura Bakhtiarian For the past few weeks, I’ve been busy researching (and by researching, I mean drinking coffee and eating cake) some of the brilliant new cafes that have started popping up around Adelaide. You might not have heard of these hidden gems yet, but I promise – they are well worth a visit! […] Read more…

Christmas in Adelaide City!

By City of Adelaide Follow along on social :: Website :: Facebook :: Instagram With less than a week until Christmas, it’s so amazing to see the entire city turning red and green and twinkly with all that festive spirit! There is HEAPS happening over the next month, so we thought we’d put it all […] Read more…

The BEST way to picnic in Adelaide!

By the Adelady Team The birds are chirping and the bee’s are buzzing — and no, we aren’t about to have “The Talk” with you. We have officially entered that balmy time of year where laziness meets perfect weather, and it’s 100% acceptable to eat every meal as a picnic in the park. The only problem […] Read more…

SA holiday accommodation: The divine Seawall Apartments!

By Millie Looker There’s just something about the Seawall Apartments that makes our heart’s happy. Image credit: Seawall You know those places where you arrive and immediately feel at home? That’s how you feel when you drive through the gates and catch a glimpse of the esplanade, with the ocean stretched out right in front […] Read more…

Recipe: Wagon Wheel Slice

By Laura Bakhitiarian :: Romeo’s If this doesn’t snap you straight back into your childhood, then we don’t know WHAT will! All ingredients available from your local Romeo’s. Ingredients 185g almond meal 85g desiccated coconut 100ml rice malt syrup 1 egg, lightly beaten 80ml coconut oil, melted and cooled 2 titanium-strength gelatine leaves 500ml coconut cream 150g […] Read more…

Recipe: Caramelised Onion Tart

By Laura Bakhitiarian :: Romeo’s *Insert inappropriate tart joke here*. All ingredients available from your local Romeo’s. Ingredients 2 tablespoons olive oil 8 brown onions, sliced 2 tablespoons brown sugar 4 teaspoons red wine vinegar Salt flakes and cracked black pepper, to season 1/2 cup kalamata olives 100g goats cheese, roughly chopped 1 teaspoon rosemary leaves 1 […] Read more…

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