Mori Tuna – SA’s very own Southern Blue Fin Tuna

Merry Christmas everyone! In this fantastic festive season, we would like to thank your continued support, especially in from last year my posting activity has reduced due to work commitment. Now finally the end of year break has started, I want to share, with you all, South Australia’s very own southern blue fin tuna, Mori…

Ferguson Australia – Southern Rock Lobster Uramaki

Hi Foodies, Yesterday I showed how fantastic Ferguson Australia‘s iconic world acclaimed South Australian Southern Rock Lobster is. I left with an image for this post. So let me show you today how versatile their lobster is. I am conscious of food wastage so from the left over of the lobster sashimi, I decided to…

Ferguson Australia – SA’s premium seafood provider

Hi foodies, When you think about South Australian seafood, what comes in your mind first? Oyster? King Prawns? Scallop? or Southern Rock Lobsters? I have everything in my mind. I truly think we are quite lucky living in South Australia. We have such a diversity in our ocean and the pristine seawater! You can taste…

Hill of Grace Restaurant, Adelaide Oval – What an experience!

Hi foodies, How’s life treating you in your world? Fancy and exciting? I hope so as I have just experienced a week of fun time in Bali. I will have several posts coming soon to capture all-you-need-to-know information for this popular Indonesian tourist destination. Anyway, some of my earlier followers may remember that I was a…

KangKong, Adelaide

If you are continuously searching for a great Asian restaurant, Adelaide now has another top one on offer. Working in collaboration with Adelaide City Council, KangKong bar and restaurant opened its door a couple of weeks ago. The restaurant is located on Waymouth Street, which has been transformed to Adelaide’s popular dinning destination with so…

Windy Point Restaurant – Summer Degustation Menu

Windy Point Restaurant has launched their summer degustation menu in Early Feb 2015. I am sure this restaurant does not need a full introduction. Diners, whether visitors or locals, would not want to miss one of Adelaide’s most iconic restaurants. It has been an icon since 15 years ago and from memory, people were willing…

World Aquaculture Conference 2014

World Aquaculture Conference 2014 (WAA 2014) was held in Adelaide Convention Centre from June 7 until 11. This was the first time South Australia held this conference and was the biggest event the state ever held. Hosted by the World Aquaculture Society and sponsored by PIRSA, the conference has attracted approximately 3000 delegated from all…

{Recipe} Cider steamed Kinkawooka Mussel

Two of my favorite brands in their category have launched their new products recently. In South Australia, mussels are mainly grown in aquaculture farms in Eyre Peninsula near Port Lincoln. Whenever thinking about these natural beauties, I always prefer my mussels to be from Kinkawooka. Mussels are versatile in cooking and can always be suitable with different cuisines…

Seafood Paella (Paella de marisco) – A modified version

You know I am not Spanish and had no relatives or contacts with Spain at all, but I indeed love the food. From tapas and sangria to paella, the country seems to have plenty of good food to offer for an empty tummy. Paella is somehow reviewed internationally as the national dish for Spain, although…