Global Flavors at Your Doorstep

Authentic food experiences are popping up all over Adelaide. From grilled tongue skewers at Cactus Kangaroo Island to tea smoked duck at the Ying Chow restaurant in Chinatown, these restaurants are bringing a bit of worldly flair to Adelaide’s culinary scene. It’s a good thing because 75% of consumers prefer menu items that are ethnically … Read more

Adelaide’s Iconic Food Landmarks

Every now and again, a restaurant emerges that defines and captures a city’s culinary spirit. These Adelaide eateries have earned their status as mainstays by offering up food that both tastes great and tells a story. The bustling Adelaide Central Market is a must-visit for fresh produce as far as the eye can see and … Read more

Exploring South Australia’s Cheese Trail

South Australia has a burgeoning reputation as the ultimate culinary destination. Here, chefs blaze a trail in restaurants and vineyards dot the countryside. Explore the Barossa Valley on winery tours that run from stone cottages to state-of-the-art contemporary buildings. Guests can taste vintage Tawny at Seppeltsfield and dine at Star of Greece, set in a … Read more

Where East Meets West in Adelaide

A common saying is “East is East and West is West and never the twain shall meet.” But, the fact that this is even an idiom says a lot about our fractious relationship with the world around us. Fusion cuisine calls for passionate experimentation, but also a thorough understanding of which ingredients pair best with … Read more

Enjoying Nature’s Bounty in Adelaide

Whether your heart flutters at the thought of a simple sando and coffee or you’re ready to go fancy, there are picnic spots in Adelaide that are a perfect fit. A hidden gem in one of Adelaide’s most prestigious suburbs, Heywood Park is picture-perfect with a river, rotunda, playground and shady picnic spots. Just a … Read more

South Australia’s Food and Wine Pairing Experiences

South Australia is home to wine regions that offer sublime tasting experiences. Discover the best food and wine pairings from Barossa, Adelaide Hills, and McLaren Vale. Many wineries have created clean and modern spaces for wine tasting where the wines and views do the talking. However, d’Arenberg takes it one step further with their Rubik’s … Read more

South Australia’s Food Trails – Exploring the State’s Culinary Heritage

The state’s lush wine regions, rolling hills, pristine ocean and sultry laneways inspire epicurious adventures. From the slick dining venues that earn big thumbs up from Masterchef judges (George Calombaris for Shobosho and Gary Mehigan for Africola) to artisanal farm shops and cellar door experiences. Discover how a blessed landscape and climate, culinary legends and … Read more

South Australian Wine Regions – A Tasting Journey

South Australia boasts a surprisingly diverse wine portfolio, led by red wines from the Barossa Valley and Coonawarra regions. Cabernet Sauvignon is the region’s star, but shiraz and grenache are also well represented. Drink your way through the state’s historic wine regions and enjoy local delicacies at cellar doors and quaint villages. Sleepover in a … Read more

South Australia’s Foodie Road Trips

Aim to sample as much of South Australia’s delicious fare as you can. Whether you’re after the day’s fresh catch or rich chocolates, the city of Adelaide will satisfy all your cravings. Embark on a culinary journey that dots through the Barossa Valley, Adelaide Hills and Clare Valley. This is the ultimate South Australian road … Read more