Home' InDaily : February 26th 2010 Contents Red Ochre Grill, War Memorial Drive, North Adelaide, South Australia 5006
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cold + hot + sweet
Ann Oliver’s last Adelaide Festival Supper Club
Friday February 26 - Saturday 13 March - 6.00 pm till late
red ochre grill
February 26 - March 4, 2010
The Independent Weekly
Ann Oliver firstname.lastname@example.org
The Adelaide Writers’ Week and
Adelaide Festival always bring
a flurry of requests for reliable
places to eat, so this time we are
going to beat you to it and give you
It’s easy these days, with mobile
phones, to ring ahead and make sure
there is a table.
If you are from a big city and feel
reluctant to call a cab to get out of
the city, think again: in Adelaide,
you are only about 10 minutes from
Henley Kiosk at the Beach
The Esplanade, Henley Beach;
open Wednesday-Monday, 7.30am
until late afternoon; dog-friendly. A
fab spot for an early afternoon walk
to watch the para-surfers, and one
of Adelaide’s best places for coffee.
Nano Ready To Go
23 Ebenezer Place, Adelaide; ph
8227 0468; open Monday to Saturday,
7.30am-4 .30pm. Food all day, fab
coffee and everything is inexpensive.
An Adelaide institution!
160 Hutt Street, Adelaide; ph 8232
7955; www.chianticlassico.com .au
Another of Adelaide’s best coffee
places and the staff won’t sneer at
you if you order a couple of grappas
or a bottle of French for breakfast.
Queen Street Café
12 Elizabeth Street, Croydon; ph
8340 0708; open seven days for break-
fast and lunch – Monday-Friday,
7.30am-4 .30pm; weekends, 8am-4pm.
Best for breakfast and near some
very cool shops, especially One
Small Room and Curious Orange
(Near Adelaide Writer’s Week, Pioneer
Women’s Memorial Gardens)
Art Gallery Restaurant
Art Gallery of South Australia,
North Terrace, Adelaide; www.
artgallery.sa .gov.au; ph 8232 4366.
Normally open for lunch only (seven
days, noon-3pm), the restaurant will
be serving drinks, bar snacks and
light suppers up till 10pm during the
Jolleys Boathouse Restaurant
(Also great for dinner) 1 Jolleys
Lane, Adelaide; www.jolleys-
boathouse.com; email jolleys@
jolleysboathouse.com; ph 8223
2891; open seven days, lunch
Sunday-Friday, noon-2pm, dinner
(Also great for dinner) War
Memorial Drive, North Adelaide;
email email@example.com; ph
8211 8666; open for lunch Monday-
Saturday, noon-2 .30pm; dinner
LUNCH AND DINNER
22 Grote Street, Adelaide; www.
auge.com.au; email enquiries@
auge.com.au; ph 8410 9332; open
lunch Tuesday-Friday, noon-3pm,
dinner Tuesday-Saturday, 6pm-late.
18 Leigh Street, Adelaide; www.
justcos.com.au; email cosbar@e-
access.com .au; ph 8231 7611; open
for lunch, Monday-Friday, noon-
3pm; dinner, Monday–Saturday,
262 Carrington Street, Adelaide;
8227 0766; open lunch, Wednesday-
Friday, noon-3pm; dinner
Chef Brent Kemble-Beech cooks
some of Adelaide’s best food. The
restaurant is big and caver nous but
we can focus entirely on the food.
Melt Pizza Tapas Wine
1/160 King William Road, Hyde
Park; www.melt.net.au; email
firstname.lastname@example.org; ph 8272 8186;
open Wednesday-Monday, 11.30am-
late, food all day.
160 King William Street, Hyde Park;
com.au; ph 8373 2044; open Tuesday-
Saturday, noon-late, food all day;
Sunday, noon-6pm; closed Monday.
The Jasmin Indian Restaurant
31 Hindmarsh Square, Adelaide;
www.jasmin.com.au; ph 8223 7837;
open lunch Thursday-Friday, noon-
2pm; dinner Tuesday to Saturday,
Georges on Waymouth
20 Waymouth Street, Adelaide;
au; email george@georgesonway-
mouth.com .au; ph 8211 6960; open
Monday to Thursday, 7am-6pm;
Friday, 7am- late. Private functions
by arrangement – reservations
Shop1/24 Waymouth Street,
ph 8231 7000.
Red Ochre Grill
War Memorial Drive, North
au; email email@example.com.
au; ph 8211 8555. Dinner during
the Adelaide Writers’ Week and
Adelaide Festival, with executive
chef Ray Mauger, head chef Dennis
Whetstone and guest chef moi
(Ann Oliver). Open seven days
from the Friday until March
13 inclusive; 6pm–late (normal
trading hours, Monday-Saturday,
Western Wall (opposite Camera
Co), Adelaide Central Markets;
ph 8231 9657; open Monday to
Wednesday, 9.30am-4 .30pm;
Thursday, 9.30am-5pm; Friday,
9.30am-9pm; Saturday, 9.30am-3pm;
closed Sundays. Good any time
but does a fab Sarawak laksa on
Dumpling King Café Restaurant
Shops 4 & 5, 85 Grote Street (just
inside Moonta Street); ph 8212
1886; open Sunday-Wednesday,
10.30am-9.30pm; Thursday to
Saturday, 10.30am-10.30pm. If
you’re from Shanghai, this may not
impress, but it’s the best we have.
Lucia’s Pizzeria & Spaghetti Bar
Shop 1 & 2, Western Mall, Adelaide
Central Markets; www.lucias.com .
au; ph 8231 2303; open Monday-
Thursday, 7am-3pm; Friday,
7am-9pm; Saturday, 7am-3pm. Food
all day, fab coffee and inexpensive. An
And don’t forget Haigh’s
Chocolates – my kind of lunch.
36 College Road, Kent Town: www.
chloes.com.au; email office@chloes.
com.au; ph 8362 2574; open lunch
dinner Monday-Saturday, 6pm-
9.30pm. Stunning cellar, fab food and
an old-style restaurant.
Windy Point Restaurant
Windy Point Lookout, Belair Road,
email firstname.lastname@example.org; ph
8278 8255. Fifteen minutes from the
city centre, stunning view, fab food.
GET OUT OF TOWN
94 Barrage Road, Goolwa; www.
aquacaf.com.au; ph 8555 1235; open
8am-5pm; closed Tuesday and
Wednesday (except during school
holidays); Friday and Saturday
dinners. Best to book weekends as
this is Adelaide diners’ favourite.
Other favourites in the McLaren
vale region: Fino, D’Arry’s
Verandah, The Kitchen Door.
Adelaide City Bikes
You can collect a free bike from
several collection points. Our
favourite pick-up and drop-off,
mainly because there is food and a
nice cold beer at the Golf Links Par
3, immediately behind River Cafè
and Red Ochre Grill.
Check out www.galaxyguides.com
for more eating out options.
Favourite festival fare
Dining at Art Gallery Restaurant.
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