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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

  • Shobosho

    Restaurants Adelaide, SA
    We were seeing a show at the Festival Centre and to Shoboshu's credit they fed and watered us in time for the show. Really nice atmosphere here. We were at one of the tables at the front but we weren't forgotten about. The menu has a variety of plates from smaller to larger. We opted for some dumplings, a couple of serves of yakitori, the flathead karaage and the bigger swordfish plate. All were tasty. Keen to return for a less rushed meal so that we can work out way through the menu.
  • Skala Bakery

    Bakeries Adelaide, SA
    Skala Bakery is in the Adelaide Market Arcade and is worth venturing out of the "market" stall are for. For a small shop they have a HUGE range of bread and quite a few unusual ones too. I regularly buy their brioche hamburger buns and their sourdough.
  • Charlesworth Nuts

    Wholesalers Adelaide, SA
    Great range of nibbles and gifts. They always seem to have new products so even if you're a frequent visitor you get to try something new!
  • Haigh's Chocolates

    Chocolatiers Adelaide, SA
    This Haighs outlet is conveniently located near my work on Grenfell Street which means that it is too easy to satisfy a 3.00pm chocolate craving with a trip to Haighs. Same great product range and same tasting after purchase policy!
  • Rundle Spices Noodle Bar & Restaurant

    Restaurants Adelaide, SA
    If I need a quick, good meal that's great value then Rundle Spices is my "go to" place. The menu is large so there is something for everyone and the food is always really delicious. Solid service tops it off. Family friendly too.
  • A Hereford Beefstouw

    Takeaways Adelaide, SA
    As expected they know their steak here. All meat was cooked as requested and was tasty and tender. It is worth trying meat off their aged section - intense flavours. Substantial salt and pepper grinders allow you to season to your own taste. Love the theatre of having the larger cuts carved at your table. It is also definitely worth having the Gravad Lax (cured fish) - it was amazing - carved to order and it just melted in your mouth - I would have been happy with a plate of that for dinner. The make your own salad bar offers lots of options.
  • Soul with Zest

    Cafes Angaston, SA
    We arrived for brunch and were presented with a large menu plus blackboard and display cabinet options so there is something for everyone. The meals were generous and good coffee. Friendly service.
  • Honki Tonki

    Restaurants Adelaide, SA
    It was cold and rainy so comfort food was in order - straight to Honki Tonki for a bowl of mixed mushroom soup, some handmade noodles with pork and of course, some dumplings. The mushroom soup didn't live up to the wonton soup that I'd had on a previous visit but was still a tasty vegetarian option.
  • Modka Cafe Station Arcade

    Cafes Adelaide, SA
    Modka Café is a Station Arcade institution - it has been around for a long time. The coffee is decent and the food is decent café food. A good option if you're in the area.
  • Burger Foundry

    Restaurants Torrensville, SA
    Friday night required a burger and we headed to Burger Foundry. Our choice for the night was the Beerenburger and the Steak burger with sides of hand cut chips. The burgers, as expected, were both tasty enough. Disappointed that they are still using frozen chips due to "seasonal difficulties". Torrensville BF is now licensed which is a bonus. Is a relatively expensive meal.
  • Minlaton IGA Fresh

    Supermarket & Grocery Stores Minlaton, SA
    For a small town supermarket the Minlaton IGA is packed full of products. On previous visits I have always found everything that I needed. Good to see that they support local products too.
  • Minlaton Chocolaterie

    General Retailers Minlaton, SA
    We ALWAYS make sure that we stop at the Minlaton Chocolaterie - their chocolates are hand made and are delicious. They have a great range of items to choose from. They've also got a cafe serving food and coffee.
  • Minlaton Bakery

    Bakeries Minlaton, SA
    Minlaton Bakery is under new management and has expanded their offerings. In addition to their delicious pies, pasties and sausage rolls, they have a great range of cakes, donuts and slices and bread. They also now offer sourdough loaves - yum.
  • Rendezvous Cafe

    Cafes Minlaton, SA
    Rendezvous Cafe has lots of different offerings - you can get a paper, you can get snacks and drinks, you can get food.
  • Yorke Peninsula Visitor Centre

    Legal Services Minlaton, SA
    They have expanded! There are still local souvenirs, locally made homemade goodies but now there are extra rooms with local art on display. Also an internet cafe.
  • Levant Eatery

    Restaurants Adelaide, SA
    A great lunch spot - definitely worth the walk down Hindley Street. The pockets sound small but they are loaded with filling. The salads are a great size and will definitely fill you up. Friendly staff and bright decor.
  • Charlesworth Nuts

    Wholesalers Oaklands Park, SA
    So many delicious things here and staff have no issues with giving you $2 of this and $2 of that so that you can saisfy whatever craving you might have after perusing their cabinets.
  • Haigh's Chocolates

    Chocolatiers Adelaide, SA
    You will not be able to leave without purchasing something! Everything is so beautifully displayed and looks delicious. Love the free sample when you purchase. Keeps you coming back.
  • North Indian Cuisine

    Takeaways Adelaide, SA
    I'd heard about the chicken tikka naan and today was the day to try it. This is the ultimate cheap eat which explains why there was a line out of the door! You get a full sized naan bread (your choice of plain, cheese or garlic), a huge piece of chicken tikka, capsicum, cabbage, onion and sauce. Whilst I was waiting for it to be assembled I spotted the huge samosas and couldn't resist trying a meat one. It was full of delicious meat with a lovely crumbly pastry and the mint chutney was great. the naan hit the spot too. For less than $10 I struggled to eat everything. Great service topped it all off.
  • DEW Drink Eat Work

    Office Adelaide, SA
    Lovely, calming atmosphere here and it was a great place to have a chat with a work colleague. The coffee good and was worth the stroll down Hindley Street.