Wine for Yoga Lovers

Hi foodies, When you hear the word yoga, what do you normally associate it with? I normally think health, calm, India, etc etc, until I recently came across a wine brand, Wine for Yoga Lovers. Many of you may know that as an ex-wine professional, I don’t normally write wines – simply because I know…

Festival of Food 2018 – Red Ochre Grill

Hi foodies, I can’t believe it is already June and half of 2018 has nearly gone! 😦 A couple of weeks back was the National Reconciliation Week. Did you participate in any events? I went to some to learn more about the Aboriginal and Torrens Island cultures and see how our nation is united. On…

Festival of Food 2018 – River Cafe

Hi foodies, How did your winter go so far? My one started off great but after catching virus and being sick, I was inundated with all things occurred in the past several weeks. Never mind, things will get better. To overcome the winter ‘fever’, Tina and I headed down to one of the iconic cafe…

Festival of Food 2018 – Botanic Gardens Restaurant

Hi foodies, On Friday I posted my first Festival of Food 2018 experience – British Raj. It was certainly a good start of the event this year. To continue our journey, Tina and I dug into the second on our list, Botanic Gardens Restaurant. When mentioning Botanic Gardens Restaurant, there is no need to give…

Festival of Food 2018 – British Raj

Hi foodies, Festival of Food (FOF) is kicking off in May 2018! Watch out for the brochure invitations in your mail box as they will start to arrive soon. The app is already available. You can search your app store to access the app now. Previously I have always tried to take advantage of the offers…

Kytons Bakery – Easter Hot Cross Buns

Hi foodies, Where do you buy hot cross buns for Easter?! You know I am a big fan of going South Australia produce for everything as a first preference. And I did find a 80-year old South Australian bakery which still bakes half a million hot cross buns nowadays. Yes you have it right. This…

The Warradale Hotel

Dear foodies, Lately I have been writing several local pubs. It is interesting to see many of our local pubs are offering quality dishes with local seasonal produce. This is a good thing to improve the food standards in these venues and re-image the South Australian pub scene. So, tell me, which pub is your…

Azamara Journey – Champagne and Caviar Tasting

Dear foodies, Have you done a cruise before? If so, what’s your most unforgettable experience on a ship? The reason why I am asking this is because today Tina and I went for a fantastic tour and a champagne & caviar tasting session on a boutique luxury cruise ship with Azamara Club Cruises and can’t…

Black Bird ADL – Charcoal Rotisserie

Hi foodies, Recently I found out that one of the earliest blogs in Adelaide (since 2008), Dbites.com has quit the blog world. It is kindda sad for me as she was one of the role model that encouraged me to start stepping into the blog world. The current owner of dbites.com is not Dee and…