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Lord of the Fries - HSP Sub and Halal Snack Pack

Today Adelaide Food Central was invited to sample the new additions to Lord of The Fries menu. This included the HSP Sub and Halal Snack Pack… 365 more words

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Chick Chick Boom

Today Adelaide Food Central was invited to the opening of another Renew Adelaide project, Chick Chick Boom. Located in Parc Arcade in Adelaide CBD, this food outlet provides tasty fried chicken, fresh salads with house made dressings, burgers and vegetarian options. 138 more words

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My new favorite fast-food restaurant is..

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So I don’t normally go and eat fast food (like McDonalds, Burger King, etc.) whenever I’m in the city or in school. I tend to stick to whatever I can find around campus or a few streets away. 221 more words


Arriba Grill - Prospect

It’s been over three years since my last visit to Arriba Grill. The second of two stores in South Australia is located on the Prospect Road cafe precinct among other popular eateries. 228 more words

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Lord of the Fries - Adelaide Launch Event

Lord of the Fries was born out of a love story between the original founders Mark and Mandy’s love of both fries (and each other), a story that started in Taiwan in 2004 that over time has gained a cult following through hitting the streets and festival scene to today, with 13 dine-in or take away locations across 4 states. 585 more words

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Souvlaki Bros - Re-opening

With the re-opening of Souvlaki Bros. down in Mosley square, Adelaide Food Central was kindly invited to their opening day. What an atmosphere as soon as you walk in, for an opening day, the shop was constantly filled with customers eating in and taking out. 229 more words

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Ultra-processed food is bad for your health and snow is cold

A comprehensive 2017 study out of Brazil is telling us something we shouldn’t have to be told: decreasing ultra-processed food would improve our overall health. Well, duh. 396 more words