Good time powerhouse, Thunderbus Road, is ready to switch up their game plan this year by stepping away from their ‘non-wine-tour wine tour’ project and charging into a more rewarding venture.
Local Hawthorn café The Pantry on Egmont has been listed in the RSPCA’s top three South Australian Human Food Eateries as a part of their Choose Wisely directory.
Like many other businesses, their café and restaurant income has decreased significantly due to the pandemic and while the business is adapting as much as it can by teaming up with some customers doing home delivery, supermarket demand has plateaued post Easter.
We are met each evening by a kitchen full of jolly people, gathering for no other reason than a love of food. People-vs-people drama is minimal. Remarks of support, hugs and smiles are in abundance. MasterChef gives us a time and place to be every evening.
The Adelaide Central Market has launched a pre-order and collect drive-through service that will supplement a range of purchase options being offered by a number of traders, including home delivery, in-store takeaway and pre-orders by email and phone, so customers can shop their essentials during COVID-19.
As restaurants and cafes adapt to new restrictions to ensure the safety and wellbeing of their customers and the community, many \have introduced new solutions, including takeaway and delivery, to allow you to enjoy your favourite restaurants from your dining table.
Leconfield Wines, Australia’s oldest family owned winemaking business, has teamed up with the Williams Syndrome Association of South Australia to raise funds for people living with Williams Syndrome.
The wine and good vibes were flowing freely at the opening of Gaja by Sashi. The restaurant is a clearly a labour of love for MasterChef Australia 2018 winner, Sashikumar Cheliah, who was surrounded by family, friends and well-wishers as he celebrated the launch on Friday, 8 November 2019.
All dressed in white, folks gather for a chic picnic in a public space that is kept secret until just minutes before their arrival. Over the course of the evening, guests experience the beauty and value of one their city’s public spaces by participating in the unexpected.
Running between April 5 to 14 in more than 120 venues across Adelaide and regions, Tasting Australia packed program of intimate dinners, long lunches, culinary day-trips, classes, wine tasting sessions and more will feature over 70 Michelin-starred and award-winning chefs and winemakers from around the world.