Day two was another early morning in Adelaide. This time, we were joined by our Melbournian friends for breakfast. We didn't walk very far from our hotel before finding a cafe that was open in Adelaide city on a Sunday morning. Brunelli Cafe located on Rundle Street looked like a typical cafe. Given it was 7.30am in the morning, we were lucky to see one of two tables with people having breakfast.
Sunday, 27 July 2014
Thursday, 24 July 2014
After our lovely dinner at EST Pizzaria, our Saturday night was still young and we were looking for somewhere else to keep going with our conversation. After walking up and down Rundle Street East, where many restaurants and cafes were located. We settled on a dessert cafe called Birdcage. It was a simple cafe with a strong bird theme going on in the interior decoration of the cafe (naturally so given the name of the cafe). I particularly liked the bird silhouettes stickered on the walls.
Tuesday, 22 July 2014
After a long day at a seminar at UniSA, we went out for dinner with a few Melbournians we met at the seminar during the day. Coincidentally most of us were staying at the same hotel in the city, making it easy head out for dinner. After some heavy Urbanspooning, we picked EST Pizzaria, located on Rundle Street East, as it seemed to be one of the more popular pizza spots in Adelaide city. It is a deceptively small pizzaria. The kitchen takes up majority of the ground floor, but there is plenty of outside seats and tables on the second floor. Apologies for the terribly grainy iPhone photos. As it was going to be a social night out, I didn't feel like lugging around a heavy camera with me.
Sunday, 20 July 2014
Back in May, I spent three days in Adelaide city attending a seminar at UniSA. Having just visited Adelaide last year, I didn't think I would be back so soon. As I was staying in the middle of the somewhat small city, I was keen to try out a few of the popular food spots. I chose Nano Cafe, located in Ebenezer Place, just off the busy Rundle Street for breakfast on our first day in Adelaide given it's proximity to UniSA. Ebenezer Place is one of those cool little laneways that you should check out when visiting Adelaide city. As it was a Saturday morning at 7.30am, Adelaide city was absolutely dead quiet and so was the cafe. Nano cafe however was a pretty affordable unpretentious Italian cafe. The decor was simple and the cafe was spacious. Given it was a full day seminar, I didn't want to lug my heavy camera with me, so all the images were taken using my iPhone.
Thursday, 17 July 2014
Bread In Common, located at the heart of Fremantle, took over an old warehouse space and converted it into one of the most popular restaurants in Fremantle. Despite not being hungry (having only eaten two hours ago at Wild Poppy), we did want a break from exploring Fremantle and somewhere to get away from the warm weather. Given that it's not all too common that I enjoy a nice day out in Fremantle, I was very keen to try Bread In Common for lunch.