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Review: Cliché Exhibition

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Review: Cliché Exhibition

Even though it is part gallery, part bar and part restaurant, Cliché Exhibition is completely and unashamedly French.

Review: Sean’s Kitchen

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Review: Sean’s Kitchen

Chef Sean Connolly is a genuine example of someone who wants to make the culinary world a better place.

Review: Jamie’s Italian

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Review: Jamie’s Italian

Paul Wood reviews Jamie's Italian, and it appears that the taste doesn't live up to the hype.

Review: Botanic Gardens Restaurant

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Review: Botanic Gardens Restaurant

A kitchen garden can be a chef’s secret weapon. Seasons set the tone of menus, which change as the last fruits fall or when new sprouts bloom, and the Botanic…

Review: Hill of Grace

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Review: Hill of Grace

Slightly out of the CBD, Hill of Grace is worth the steps across the footbridge. Leslie lines up; slots it through the middle, and the crowd goes wild.

Review: Ichitaro Dining

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Review: Ichitaro Dining

This is Japanese dining at its finest. With Ichitaro you have the chance to get off the standard sushi train to experience a unique and authentic perspective on some of…

Review: Publishers Hotel

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Review: Publishers Hotel

The sprawl of Adelaide’s culinary scene continues west with the opening of Publishers Hotel on Franklin Street.

Review: Ryo’s Noodles

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Review: Ryo’s Noodles

With the arrival of Ryo’s Noodles – found in Hong Kong, Jakarta and Sydney – Adelaide’s pretty non-existent ramen scene is about to get a shake-up.

Review: Coriole

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Review: Coriole

A line-up of Reserve and Estate wines greets us at the Coriole cellar door.

Review: Larry & Ladd

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Review: Larry & Ladd

Larry & Ladd opened quietly earlier this week, but already the queues are 10 people deep and curious onlookers are crowding the glass walls in Regent Arcade.

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