Adelaide’s all about the charcuterie boards, if you know where to look. Join us, and we’ll show you!
From the clever creators of the popular East End Cellars comes Mother Vine, a hip and very cool wine bar nestled behind Rundle Street on Rundle Lane. Although the food menu is constantly changing, you can’t go past the Motherboard. It’s a magnificent combination of Marino charcuterie, cheeses, spiced nuts, house-marinated olives and a few more delightful treats. Don’t forget to ask the friendly staff for the best wine to accompany your savoury delights too, they just love making recommendations! Find out more
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Here’s a bastion of classy sophistication, if we ever saw one! All golds, reds, polished woods and chandeliers, The Playford is most definitely where it’s at. The charcuterie board is just as exotic as you’d expect, containing duck parfait, quandong, Pedro Ximénez and house-cured beef fillet, with soft herb oil and Manchego. It also goes down very well with the French Rosé, just so you know. Find out more
“First of all – thank you Playford for providing exquisite surroundings – chandeliers, polished brass, art nouveau surroundings and it nicely peaceful with courteous staff. How we long for places that aren’t overcrowded bars where one has to shout to be heard. This is perfect – a touch of class. The staff were quick to attend to us and take our orders and it suited us to have a tasting plate.” – Graham E
If you know a certain special someone who appreciates cured meats as much as you do, Treasury is just the suave, mood-lit place to bring ‘em. The charcuterie board for two features chorizo, chicken liver pâté, sopressa, cornichons, terrine and sourdough, and is simply dripping with fulsome flavour. Order up a couple of glasses of Treasury Shiraz and prepare for an evening of relaxed fine dining. Find out more
“Sip on your favourite bevvy in the dark front bar or in the delightful courtyard, complete with gushing water fountain and kempt gardens. It’s a lovely place to relax with friends.” – Rubina Carlson
Wholesome and hearty is the name of the game here, as the chunky Ploughman’s Plate emphatically demonstrates. That’s two cured, aged meats (specially selected by the chef), along with duck terrine, dressed fennel, sliced gherkins, provolone dolce and baked artisan bread, all for a very tidy $22. A rich, nectar-hued Dead Guy Ale is the natural accompaniment, so sit down and dig in! Find out more
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A leafy, lazy tapas bar, Panacea is the perfect place to head for a little post-work nourishment. Its charcuterie is a splendid mix of squid ink chorizo, lomo, jamon, Manchego, cornichons and ciabatta, and should leave you pleasantly stuffed. The service is friendly and attentive, and the décor’s a woody, rustic joy. As for drinks, just go for a gin martini, because gin is the hottest new drink, in case you hadn’t heard. Find out more