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A Foodie Tour of Adelaide – A Smorgasbord of Flavours!

Merriam-Webster describes a ‘foodie’ as being, “a person having an avid interest in the latest food fads.” Basically if you love good food and are not afraid to try new dishes then you classify as a foodie. That being said, Adelaide is the perfect place to visit if you are a bona fide foodie looking to try dishes that will have your taste buds singing in raptures of delight! Here are some places worth checking out.

 

Press Food & Wine

 

Wooden interiors, warm lighting and great food adventures await at Press Food & Wine in central Adelaide. This charming dining venue has two levels each providing a different ambience. Of course more than the decor it’s the dishes that are truly special. Chef Andrew Davies has created a taste bud titillating menu which includes everything from hereford pepper rump to creamed leek & cauliflowersal pithivier. Offal offerings are also on the menu if you desire to try something unique.

 

Orana

 

Simple elegance meets refined style meets evocative flavours at Orana restaurant. Downstairs is where you will find a lively street front bar where you can enjoy more informal dining while if you head on up, a more classy setting awaits. Chef and owner Jock Zonfrillo has created a distinctive space in which to sample dishes that blend tradition and innovation in a mouth watering fusion that includes Australian ingredients and fine wines. Coorong mullet and Jersey beef are included in the lunch menu while shorthorn beef and charred kangaroo are available for dinner.

 

The Central Market

 

Here’s a great spot to not only sample some truly great food, but soak up some culture too. This iconic under cover market is a popular hub for local and out of state visitors alike looking to buy everything from fresh fruits and veggies to seafood and meats in all their zesty freshness. Health foods are a plenty here as are assortments of cheeses which will go well with the various wines you may sample along your journeys. Since the Central Market gets crowded head their early. When it comes to nearby Adelaide accommodation, CBD properties are a convenient choice such as iStay Precinct. Once at the market you can also find charming eateries and cafes to try some oven fresh pastries and coffee along with sweet treats too.

 

The Apothecary 1878

 

No visit to Adelaide is complete without sampling some fine South Australian wine and The Apothecary 1878 is just the place to enjoy such indulgences. This wonderfully named venue can be found within a heritage-listed building in the West End precinct which lends to its charm. Expect to find a place that has a look of an European style wine bar and a menu that has items that will go perfectly with the selection of wines on offer.

 

Chandrishan Williams is a travel writer who writes under the pen name, Caleb Falcon. He specializes in writing content based on the many exciting world adventures that await intrepid travellers.

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