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Australia’s Top Restaurant 2016 won by Melbourne’s Attica

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The Australian Financial Review’s Australia’s Top Restaurants’ Top 100 list has been revealed at The Star Sydney, with Melbourne’s Attica taking the number one spot. Victoria’s Brae, opened in 2012 by chef Dan Hunter, secured the number two spot, coming in ahead of the 2015 number one, Sepia run by Martin Benn and Vicki Wild which took out this year’s third place.

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Mandoo Serving Up Fine Korean Dumplings

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Mandoo Korean Dumplings is a fabulous eatery in Bank St, an attractive restaurant precinct in Adelaide. While we are used to Chinese style dumplings these Korean dumplings are something completely different and rewarding. How good is it to enjoy a plate/bowl of dumplings as a hearty tasty and satisfying dish? We journeyed to Mandoo for lunch amid a packed restaurant; not always easy to get a seat such is the popularity.

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Madame Hanoi Vietnamese Chic on North Terrace

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Madame Hanoi captures the imagination at many levels with its intoxicating mixture of fabulous artwork and ambience, sexy food and engaging service. This is the perfect restaurant to take out of towners showcasing the modern progressive nature of Adelaide cuisine. We rolled up for a simple weekday lunch, having made our way through the adjacent railway station. This is quintessential Adelaide; in the heart of the political, banking and arts district. 

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Peel St Restaurant Delivers on Brunch

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Peel St restaurant has had somewhat of a revival and fulfilling its potential as a laneway sensation. Peel St restaurant is a foreunner of several innovative restaurants of Adelaide. It has been a trend setter. We journeyed there for brunch around mid morning (just before the menu changed for lunch). Ideally they would have an all day breakfast menu but it's all good. Chefs Martin Corcoran and Jordan Theodoros, formerly of the Melting Pot and Aquacaf, are working wonders. 

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THE STITCHES & CRAFT SHOW BRINGS THE HANDMADE EXPERIENCE TO ADELAIDE

 

 

The Stitches & Craft Show invites Adelaide to get crafty and share the handmade experience at the Adelaide Event & Exhibition Centre (5-7 May 2016).

 

Heralded as THE place to purchase specialty stitching, paper and craft products and to see what’s new in craft, the Stitches & Craft Show is the destination for anyone who wants to Share the Handmade Experience.

Leading the handcraft movement across Australia and NZ, this much-anticipated show offers a stunning range of exhibitions, displays, hands-on activities, guest artists, fashion parades, make and take classes, workshops, DIY ideas and more.

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