Author Archives: Jacqui's Food Fetish

TOP 100 QUEST: Millbrook Winery, WA

 

My Top 100 travels continue to take me to some different locations around Australia – places that I haven’t even heard of sometimes. This time – a trip to the town of Jarrahdale, a 50 minute drive south east of Perth to get to number 95 on the list – Millbrook Winery, located on the historic Chestnut Farm overlooking jarrah forests and the Serpentine River. We’d spent the weekend at the Falls Read more

CHARLICK’S, Adelaide

I’m excited about Charlick’s – I’ve already been twice, and as a matter of fact, I’ve tried every dish on the current menu! The last time I dined at this location it was Vardon Restaurant and the place has certainly undergone an extreme makeover into something cool and modern.

It’s attached to the Stag but entry is off Vardon Avenue. So what’s with the name? It’s named after east-ender William Charlick – the founder of the Adelaide Fruit Read more

TOP 100 QUEST: Queen Chow, Sydney

 

Merivale just keeps on opening winners. This one – Queen Chow. I hadn’t had time to research this place before I went so all I knew (or assumed from the name) is that it was going to be Chinese food. I was pleasantly surprised to find a rather quirky Chinese meets Aussie pub where east meets west – something I can certainly relate to!

It’s located in what used to be the Queen Victoria Hotel Read more

GATHER FOOD AND WINE, ROBE, SA

 

GATHER WILL BE CLOSING ITS DOORS ON 27 JANUARY 2018

I just had the most amazing dining experience in Robe – yes, Robe South Australia, just shy of a 4 hour drive from Adelaide. It’s not a place many of us would head to often, but it was Gather Food and Wine that took me there, a restaurant opened by Tom and Sarah Tilbury.

The name ‘Gather’ comes from the gathering of people, but also Tom’s Read more

CORIOLE, McLaren Vale

 

The food’s come a long way at Coriole – mind you, the last time I went was about nine years ago for a ‘WAGS’ luncheon and back then, it was all about the platters. It was a memorable long lunch sitting out in the garden in the sun, and the platters were excellent, but for me, Coriole became the place for a platter – not something Read more

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