The Warradale Hotel

Dear foodies, Lately I have been writing several local pubs. It is interesting to see many of our local pubs are offering quality dishes with local seasonal produce. This is a good thing to improve the food standards in these venues and re-image the South Australian pub scene. So, tell me, which pub is your … Continue reading The Warradale Hotel


The Beach Hotel, Seaford

To my dearest readers, Happy New Year! I wish you all a wonderful start of 2018 and a successful year ahead! 2017 has been a difficult year for me. During the past year, I had some significant changes in my personal life commitment so blogging has been put on shelf for a long while. With … Continue reading The Beach Hotel, Seaford

Maid for Summer – The Maid Hotel

Hey foodies, Are you looking for a relaxing and enjoyable place for some yummy dishes and delicious cocktails? The Maid Hotel has just launched their summer menu! This season, the hotel launched some new cocktails alongside a variety of dishes that are of top quality. The Maid Hotel is located on the corner and intersection … Continue reading Maid for Summer – The Maid Hotel

The Moseley Bar and Kitchen

The dinning atmosphere in Glenelg, especially around moseley square, has been dramatically developed over the past several years. In 2014, after a multi-million-dollars-redevelopment, the Moseley Bar and Kitchen opened its door to the public. The old dublin hotel has become a part of history but the new moseley bar and kitchen has shown strong activity since … Continue reading The Moseley Bar and Kitchen

The Gully Public House and Garden, Tea Tree Gully

It would be very rare for some of you to see me up in the north. Living further in the south, it is really inconvenient for us to go to any venue in the far north and hence we missed many good places. I used to teach in Mawson Lakes, but it is possibly the second … Continue reading The Gully Public House and Garden, Tea Tree Gully

The Historian Hotel, Adelaide

Foodies, just a head up that I found a good pub, right in the city centre. Of course, there are many parameters that diners can take to measure whether a pub is good. As a foodie, I normally rate pubs with their standard of food. As a wine chemist, I also rate a pub with … Continue reading The Historian Hotel, Adelaide

Aperitif Bar, ibis Adelaide

With the opening of ibis Adelaide late last year, Aperitif Bar opened its door at the same time. The world's largest affordable hotel chain building is located on Greenfell Street in the heart of Adelaide's central business district. Over the past several years, Adelaide's bar scene has been boosted with a variety of new bars … Continue reading Aperitif Bar, ibis Adelaide

Suckling Pig Dinner @ Republic Norwood

Republic Norwood, Adelaide's semi-newest pub/hotel/casual dinning restaurant, has launched their newest campaign - suckling pigs. Republic has been around for about 8 months now and has become a social hot spot among locals near the venue as well as other parts of Adelaide. When an invitation found its way to my inbox, there was definitely no … Continue reading Suckling Pig Dinner @ Republic Norwood