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4chillis Local Star

A dedicated foodie (I pretty much work to eat and drink). I hate shopping for most things except for cooking accessories, new food items and interesting alcohol selections.

Joined 01 November 2007 West Hindmarsh, SA

  • Embellish Flowers & Gifts

    Florists Adelaide, SA
    For a small shop Embellish always have a great range of gorgeous flowers. There is something for every occasion from small posies to large flower arrangements and other gorgeous things.
  • Kmart

    General Retailers Adelaide, SA
    In recent times they somehow seem to have crammed more variety into this store. It is now my go to place for casual tops and pants, childrens gifts, homewares, underwear and other accessories. Great pricing.
  • Review Stores

    Clothing Retailers Adelaide, SA
    This store is "evilly good". They always tempt you in with their gorgeous window displays and then you find more things that you absolutely "must have". For occasion outfits this is the place to go as they have a huge variety of dresses and skirts in a variety of colours and styles. Also, they have a good range of sizes.
  • Ultra Tune (SA) Pty Ltd

    Vehicle Body Work Prospect, SA
    We have been taking our car here to be serviced regularly for many years. The work is always done well and reasonably priced. Any issues are dealt with professionally. Can recommend.
  • Little Acre Foods

    Farmers Market Mclaren Vale, SA
    After searching for a long time for a mushroom pate I tried Little Acre Foods' mushroom pate at the Adelaide Central Markets and was wowed by the flavour. We also tried some duck rillettes which were equally amazing. We tracked them to the Willunga Farmers Market and went to town on their pork rillettes and terrine as well. All fantastic.
  • Willunga Farmers Market

    Farmers Market Willunga, SA
    Every Saturday morning producers from around the area gather to showcase their wares. There is everything that you can think of from local juices, breads, nuts, cheeses, smallgoods, fruit, veg, spices - even alpaca! Good coffee is available but you may have to queue and there may be a wait. If snacking doesn't do it for you breakfast is available. A great way to spend a morning and stock up on locally made goodies.
  • Salopian Inn

    Restaurants Mclaren Vale, SA
    I always love a visit to the Salopian Inn. They always have something new there - whether it's a new locally brewed beer or a local gin. Lovely atmosphere with wood fires and always really friendly service. I have eaten there for several years but the menu still looked good.
  • Maximus Wines Australia

    Vineyards & Wineries Mclaren Vale, SA
    Such a lovely cellar door with delightful hosts. Maximus offers wines, spirits (primarily gin) and liqueurs. Tastings are available for the wines and for the spirits and liqueurs (with a small cost). There is also a gin and cheese flight available. We didn't eat but platters are available as are homemade pies (but you will need to let them know that you're coming for these as they are very popular) and everything looked great.
  • Froth and Fodder

    Cafes Kurralta Park, SA
    After hearing great things about Froth and Fodder we popped in for a coffee as we were going past. Such a cosy spot - can see why it's so popular. The coffee was really good and the service was friendly.
  • Kahve Bean

    Cafes Adelaide, SA
    I was intrigued by the name and then when I discovered it served Turkish food I was excited. The menu options were all enticing however, on this occasion, I settled for the gozleme with the combination of lamb, sujuk and chicken. For $12 this was a filling and tasty lunch. I will be back to try the manoosh.
  • Fidge Farm Homestead & Cottage B & B

    Motels Mclaren Vale, SA
    This was a seriously last minute booking as we'd decided to spend the weekend in McLaren Vale as a spur of the moment decision. Fidge Farm Cottage was gorgeous. It was a stable but is now a cosy place to stay in McLaren Vale. I love things with a bit of difference and the cottage's bathroom was in an old rainwater tank!
  • The Currant Shed

    Restaurants Mclaren Flat, SA
    We returned to eat after many years (not intentionally as it has long been up there on our "must eat" and have recommended to many people. Easy to spend the afternoon. The views are still gorgeous. The service was still spot on and it had a great wine list. The food was still delicious! A new chef / management has changed the dining style but it is still a great place for a long, lazy McLaren Vale lunch.
  • Home Grain Bakery

    Bakeries Aldinga, SA
    So this is everything could want in one bakery. It is joined with a coffee roasting business so great coffee, it of course has great breads, pastries and pies. You can even taste wine there!! We have sampled the breads (yum), pies and sausage rolls (yum, yum).
  • Foodland

    Mclaren Vale, SA
    This Foodland is part of the Romeo family so has a great range of products. They have a cheese bar with a huge variety of cheese to go with your wine purchases from the area. It basically has everything you need for a trip to the area.
  • The Confessional

    Mclaren Vale, SA
    The Confessional brings together three wine labels from small producers. A lovely place to try a great range of wne with different styles. The owner is happy for you to work your way through the range and give you as much or as little information about the wine as you would like.
  • Le Mistral

    Restaurants Willunga, SA
    Having heard good things about Le Mistral we popped in for a delayed Bastille Day lunch. After perusing the menu we decided that we really couldn't get past the entrée selection so we worked our way through that with a couple of side dishes. The food was excellent. The service was excellent. The atmosphere was lovely. Can recommend if you are in the area.
  • Gyoza Gyoza

    Restaurants Adelaide, SA
    Gyoza Gyoza is situated in the old Celsius site so it's got a lovely feel about it. It's based on the premise of a Japanese "bar" so the idea is that you snack while you drink - so all dishes are small. I, unfortunately, was on a lunch break so there was no drinking but there was plenty of snacking - we worked out way through the gyoza menu and were happy with all of our selections. Love that you can mix up your own dipping sauce. I then spied the lobster sliders and HAD to have a serve of those - really tasty and the best value in Adelaide, if not Australia... Good service.
  • Dan's Hair Studio

    Hairdressers Adelaide, SA
    Dan takes great pride in work and never lets you leave looking anything less than fantastic in the hair department. Whilst booking is recommended he also does walk ins. As a bonus he also has a loyalty card.
  • Brick City Bar

    Pubs & Bars Adelaide, SA
    What a great find!!! This is a small bar, upstairs, just off Coromandel Place (off Grenfell Street). Booth seating or sit at the bar, a selection of beers, wines and spirits and great background music selection.
  • Pearla's Pantry

    Cafes Henley Beach, SA
    We only stopped in for a coffee but were impressed with Pearla's Pantry. It was a lovely space with plenty of room between the tables. The coffee was really good. The lady serving at the counter was really friendly and happily filled us in on menu items. Pearla's does a variety of very delicious looking takeaway meals that have all been made from scratch on the premises. They also have a small section with homewares for purchase.