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EUROPEAN CAFE, Adelaide

 

Some eateries have that magic formula, and it’s obvious that European Café on the Parade, Norwood has it.  36 years in business is evidence enough! This casual, busy café has maintained its popularity by continuing to serve delicious, hearty home-style Italian food with lashings of old fashioned Italian hospitality.  I’ve been there a number of times over the Read more

KALYE, Adelaide

 

[NOTE: UNFORTUNATELY SINCE POSTING THIS REVIEW, KALYE HAS CLOSED]

It’s about time someone brought Filipino food to the Adelaide dining scene, and here it is at last – Kalye (‘street’).  It’s Filipino food, and it’s the authentic street food you’ll find in the Philippines.  It’s colourful, it’s fun, but most importantly, it’s delicious.  I’m certainly no authority on this cuisine – I’ve had a little bit in my time, due to my sister-in-law and her family hailing from the Philippines, but my friend who’s a Filipino chef Read more

RUMI PALACE, Adelaide

Saturday special of Kaabeli Uzbeki - Afghani lamb pilaf - basmati rice, lamb shoulder, carrot, sultanas

 

As you well know, I get excited when a good new place opens up.  Well, I’m excited again!  Rumi Palace was recommended to me by friends (Norwood locals) who had recently been.  I was off to see a late movie at Hoyts Norwood and thought – what a perfect excuse to give it a try, given that it’s situated right in the newly redeveloped cinema entrance on the corner of George Street and The Parade.

Rumi Palace brings us Middle Eastern food – the taste of Persia, featuring dishes from Afghanistan and Iran.  It’s is a family business so you’re Read more