Saigon Gate Cuisine from Menulog

Disclaimer: I was invited to review a local restaurant from Menulog. All opinions are my own as usual.   Living and working in the city has some great benefits. One of them is that there are so many good restaurants with a huge selection of cuisines to choose from. I normally finish work at 6 … Continue reading Saigon Gate Cuisine from Menulog

Langtang Nepalese Restaurant, North Adelaide

Is South Australia the food capital of Australia? Somebody asked me several weeks ago. Certainly I am not able to answer a simple "yes or no", but what do know is that we have restaurants with different cuisines, which is a part of Australia's multiculturalism. On Thursday last week, courtesy of the head chef, Tina … Continue reading Langtang Nepalese Restaurant, North Adelaide

The Curious Squire

Last Tuesday, after the good chats with all the food bloggers in D'artagnan, we were invited to enjoy some sweet treats/desserts in the Curious Squire. The curious squire was opened in 2012 after the old Sparrow, at the same address, was closed. In fact, for a long time I was wondering what the site was … Continue reading The Curious Squire

d’Artagnan – French fusion fine dining alive

Disclaimer: We were invited to dine at d'Artagnan and Curious Squire at a food blogger night with a bunch of other fellow bloggers. The food is reviewed honestly with my genuine thoughts. How many French restaurants are in Adelaide? Not that many I think. How many of them are fine dinning French restaurants? I can probably count … Continue reading d’Artagnan – French fusion fine dining alive

Legacy of India North Adelaide

It's Friday's night and it's night for foodies to hunt for great cuisines in town. Adelaide is renowned for its multi-culture and hence has so many different cuisines from  all over the world. I love curries and oh, yes Indian food. Legacy of India in North Adelaide is our target tonight. I've tried so many … Continue reading Legacy of India North Adelaide