Now who says you need to have savoury food for breakfast or brunch? Swedish crepes with bananas and dark chocolate sprinkled lightly with icing sugar....almost finger licking good!! I lifted the crepe to see the inside, there were little cubes of half melted dark chocolate. By the time I took a bite, the chocolate had melted completely.Read More
Run out of places to go for breakfasts? Why not give Tin Cat a go? The cafe is situated on Rundle Street right next to Bunnings. This cafe had interior decor that was quirky with changing paintings on the wall, apparently by emerging artists.Read More
Fancy Burger on Magill road is the third store that has opened in Adelaide. I was just checking it out to see what the fuss was all about. A trophy as a table number was pretty fancy. However I think we had a grumpy waitress.Read More
Another cool breakfast place!!
My good friend told me about this little place. Who would have thought there would be a cafe there, hidden in the small suburb of Hawthorn parallel to the train tracks. There were plenty of parks along both sides of the road. The little cafe was so tiny that it could fit about 20 odd patrons inside and a few sittings outside. They do not take any bookings, therefore I suggest you go there early and line up for a table.Read More
Award winning restaurant!!
An award winning restaurant and one of my favourites is Lenzerheide Restaurant. I have been here several times, and every time I have managed to miss a turn into the restaurant. You can also enter from the side and into the carpark at the back. There are limited spaces at the front right next to the restaurant, however don't worry. There are plenty of parks at the back. On all their dishes, there was a choice of matching wines.Read More
It used to be one of the best!!
I have heard mixed reviews of this place. I have been to Gusto quite a few times now, but it was hit and miss a couple of times. Lately, my followers had informed me that they didn't like it anymore. We decided to go and try again. It wasn't very busy on a week night. In fact I used to remember that it would be packed, and if you had no booking you would not be able to get a table.Read More
Beautiful views with fresh and local produce!!
Sometimes it's worth while going for a drive on a beautiful sunny afternoon along the beach. Driving passed all these boats, the entry to the restaurant was a little confusing. It was a yatch club, and there were two particular gates that we had to enter to get into the carpark of the restaurant. However once we were inside, there were plenty of parks and signs were everywhere to lead us the way to the restaurant.Read More
I have always wanted to try out this restaurant every time I drive past King William Road. I wanted to see why it was awarded the best Asian restaurant for 2013. With all the busy eateries on King William Road, Giwa appeared to be one of the more quiet ones, with only two tables including us tonight. Menu at a glance was on a slightly expensive side. Three dumplings were almost 16 dollars.Read More