Adelaide restaurants and cafés are transforming their business models to survive the COVID-19 pandemic, pivoting to new takeaway and delivery offerings. Here's where you can still go for a warm meal or hot cup of coffee.
How to get food and coffee in Adelaide during COVID-19
SPECIAL REPORT: COVID-19 ADELAIDE
The COVID-19 pandemic has now shut down a majority of South Australia’s hospitality industry – with the sole opportunity for continued service of food extended to cafés and restaurants able to transition to a takeaway or delivery business model.
While some venues have sadly been forced to close, others have made the pivot and introduced takeaway and delivery menus, as well as introducing a market stall arm to their business, offering wholesale fruit, vegetables, bread, milk and eggs to their local community.
As the industry makes this transition, CityMag will be keeping an eye out and adding all the trading cafés and restaurants we are aware of. This list will be continually updated, so if we’ve missed your business, please reach out.
Browse through this A-Z list of local businesses you can support with additional cash flow in this time of need. You were going to buy bread anyway, and they’re all much better at cooking than most of us.
Not on the list? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rooftop restaurant and bar 2KW is now offering cook-at-home versions of all your favourites from chef Trent Lymn.
“Not quite heat and eat, but simple to create signature dishes, prepared in our kitchen and finished off in yours in a few easy steps,” Trent says.
“Providing you with all the fun you need for a true 2KW experience at home. In true 2KW style the hero of the dish is the produce.”
There are more than 18 dishes across two different ‘themes’, and the venue will deliver within a 10 kilometre radius of the CBD.
Book now via the website.
Africola has introduced online ordering for in-person pick-up (from the kerb, if preferred).
The restaurant has put up a selection of travel-friendly menu items, available from the restaurant from 2pm ’til 5pm, or via Uber Eats from 6pm ’til 9pm . You can browse the menu here.
Suburban pizza and cocktail house Anchovy Bandit has jumped on the food delivery bandwagon – its staff will deliver piping hot pizzas to your door.
Find contact information and the takeaway menu here.
There will be no delivery charge, but you are encouraged to tip your driver. They get to keep the cash dollars. Uber charges $5 for delivery – so why not sling a fiver to an actual human living and working in your community instead?
Deliveries are available up to 3km from the venue. Anchovy Bandit is open 4pm ‘til late, seven days.
With many basic supplies empty on our supermarket shelves, ANTCIA has created a DIY Pasta Kit which includes 500g of fresh pasta and a 500ml of Napoletana or Bolognese homemade sauce for just $15.
All you need to do is boil the pasta and heat up the sauce – dinner is served!
Pasta & sauce serves 4 people
- DIY Pasta Kit with sauce $15
- Fusilli pasta 500g $9
- Rigatoni pasta 500g $9
- Napoletana sauce 500ml $9
- Bolognese sauce 500ml $9
- Tiramisú 250ml $6
Orders must be paid over the phone or in person by card. No cash. Pick up only from 226 Morphett Street, Adelaide. Phone 8212 3337 to place an order. Pick up during opening hours.
ANTICA CBD & Hyde Park are also offering 20% off their dinner menu, which is available for takeaway / pick up (excluding ANTICA BITES).
CBD-dwellers with a hankering for some fresh, fast and tasty Mexican takeaway food need only look as far as Arriba Grill at 164 Hindley Street.
The shopfront is not only offering takeaway and drive-thru coffee, but you can grab yourself a burrito between the hours of 12pm and 2pm.
The full menu is available from midday ’til 9pm every day, with coffee service kicking off from 9am Monday—Friday.
A delivery service for the Adelaide CBD is also in the works. Stay tuned.
On the south-east corner of Whitmore Square, Cafe Troppo has rolled out a food delivery service.
“We have 15 staff, most of them casual, and we were trying to work out a way to stay afloat and keep our staff employed and get through it all together,” Alex says.
“Our plan – because we have access to wholesale distribution – is to be a bit more of a corner store for a lot of the residents. We’re in a residential part of the city and that way we can try and keep our suppliers in business and also us in business and supply food to residents: coffee, milk, bread, that kind of stuff.”
Orders & enquiries ~
8211 8812 / email@example.com
Adelaide restaurant frequenters can get their fix of meals from the city’s best chefs through Chefs on Wheels.
The initiative will launch with dishes from three of Adelaide’s most celebrated chefs: Emma McCaskill (fare / Sparkke at The Whitmore), Paul Baker (Botanic Gardens Restaurant) and Terry Intarakhamhaeng (Soi 38), with more chefs and producers added each week.
The meals on offer will be packaged in such a way that they can be frozen and reheated as needed. All orders must be placed by 5pm, and will be delivered the following day.
The Chianti experience is adapting, and they are now offering a to-go / pick-up / drive-by service with takeaway pricing. You may pre-order your meal and pick it up at your chosen time.
Pre-order by 10am for a lunch pick up between 12pm-3pm.
For dinner, pre-order by 4pm for a pickup between 6pm-8pm.
kitchen is currently open Monday-Friday 12pm-3pm and 6pm-9pm, and on Saturdays and Sundays, 12.30pm-3.30pm and 6pm-9pm.
If you’d like to remain in your car for pick-up, call Chianti when you have arrived, and they will bring your food to you directly. How’s that for the full service!
For businesses who are remaining open, Chianti wants to support you by organising and providing snacks, full lunches or general catering for your meetings. “We’re committed to being flexible and creative. It’s an exciting challenge in our kitchen,” says the team via email.
To order, call Chianti directly on 8232 7955.
If you’re over Grange way, stop by The Cooks Pantry, at 6 Jetty Street, where they’ll still serving coffee and food in a takeaway format. You can also get sweet treats and various pantry items such as our house made spelt bread, various milk alternatives and local produce.
Browse their menu here.
The good people at Etica on Gilles Street made contact with CityMag to assure us we can still get a range of warming meals from the restaurant.
If you, like us, are in dire need of an Etica fix, takeaway orders can be placed over the phone by calling 0404 129 626, and you can browse the menu at their website.
The kitchen is cooking from 5pm ’til 9pm Wednesday to Sunday nights, and your pick-up can be brought to you at the kerb, if that is your preference.
Find Etica at 125 Gilles Street, Adelaide.
“Fox Gordon Wines’ city cellar door on King William Road?” I hear you ask. “Surely they aren’t offering takeaway food options.”
Well, actually, yes, they are. Not only can you purchase your favourite Fox Gordon wines (don’t forget – they were making Kuitpo wines before Kuitpo wines were cool), but you can also select from range of take-home meals prepared by Anna Gerlach at Indulgence Food Design.
The menu features curries, lasagne, cacciatore, soups, meatballs – all the kinds of meals that will keep you calm, sated and happy.
The team is also in the process of building a delivery service for wine and food (though you can order Fox Gordon wines in bulk at their website), so stay tuned for updates.
Find Fox Gordon’s city cellar door at
2/44-46 King William Rd, Goodwood SA 5034
Another hallowed Adelaide eatery has jumped onto Bopple, offering a limited menu of crowd favourites for pick up, including jungle curry of pork shoulder, green papaya salad, pad Thai and yellow vegetable curry.
Browse the menu on Bopple here, or you can also call 8227 0799 to place your order.
You can order from 5pm and the kitchen runs from 6pm ’til 9pm during the week and 6pm ’til 9:30pm on weekends.
To pick up your order, you can find Golden Boy at 309 North Terrace, Adelaide. Let them know beforehand and they can bring your order to your car, just wait at the loading zone out front.
Hello Sarnie have long been leaders in the takeaway and convenience hospitality space, so it’s no surprise they’re doing everything in their power to keep providing CBD workers (at least those who are left) and dwellers with healthy, fresh food, while taking into account all the safety precautions made necessary by the recent and ever-evolving social distancing guidelines.
You can jump on the Hello Sarnie app to place an order ahead of time. The stores are open for takeaway only serving grab and go coffee, sandwiches, salads, wraps, baguettes and sweets – all freshly made each morning by their chef.
The café has also expanded its offering to include a grocery market, able to be ordered for home delivery. Grab a fresh produce pack for $75, or a sweets pack for $40, and save yourself a trip to the shops. You can browse the range here.
Hello Sarnie has two locations:
99 Gawler Place
147 Pirie Street
Chef Quentin Whittle and the Herringbone team have gotten restless laying in wait, and they’re swinging open the doors once agin, albeit only once or twice a week for the time being.
On Thursday, 7 May, Herringbone will serve up some Middle Eastern fried chicken, with a salted manjeri also available for dessert, and a bottle of wine, if you so choose. Text your order through to 0428 926 977 and pick-up will be available between 5pm and 8pm.
Plympton café Incognito is still up and running, offering takeaway Dawn Patrol coffee, its own house-made bottled cold brew, and an ever-evolving food menu of all your café fare favourites.
Check the website to see what’s on offer today.
Richmond café Karma & Crow has reoriented towards takeaway and delivery, offering up a Karma & Go menu featuring a generous range of K&C favourites, as well as coffee (in a range of forms: espresso, filter, and nitro), juices, shakes and spiced cola.
The coffee shop has also introduced a produce market, with heaps of staples on offer: bread, pasta, tofu, eggs, flour, coffee beans, and fruit and veg. You can even grab pre-packed breakfast or dinner boxes, so you can attempt Karma’s ludicrously delicious hotcakes at home. (Good luck with that.)
One of our most popular Chef Vs. Public BBQs was made with Daniella Guevara, so we were heartened when she reached out to let us know her Port Adelaide restaurant La Popular Taqueria is now set up for take away meals and their new COVID-19 inspired ‘meal packages’.
Now you can buy all La Popular Taqueria’s authentic ingredients to make your own tacos at home! Take away can be arranged by sending a text to: 0466 105 004 – or by using the Bopple app.
If you prefer delivery you can find LPT on Uber Eats (but Uber takes too much of a percentage in our opinion) so why not give them a call direct!
Little Bang is now delivering beer across the nation (there’s a $5 delivery fee for Metropolitan Adelaide), as well as a short list of food menu items, designed by chef John McFarlane, available for contactless pick up or delivery, with a flat $5 delivery fee.
The menu features fried cauliflower and buffalo wings, a range of burgers, chips, and a wafu salad – each still drawing from the “Asian-tapas-meets-burger-van” style John set for the kitchen.
With a generous range of Little Bang beer also on offer – including half-half cases, if you like a bit of variety – all you need is a bunch of mates set up on Houseparty for a trivia night and you’ve got the entire Little Bang Thursday night experience from the comfort of your living room.
As of writing, the Little Bang brewery is still in production mode and releasing new beer – the last two weeks has seen the second iteration of the Rabbit Hole series and Schwang Black, a high-ABV kettle sour. Keep an eye on their Facebook and Instagram pages for updates.
Central Market Arcade eatery Little Khmer Kitchen is open and offering a range of takeaway options, available by popping by or by phone order.
The Little Khmer Kitchen team is also producing new menu items that can be frozen and stored at home, so you can keep a stock of Little Khmer eats to keep you going as you diligently practice your self-isolating.
Keep an eye on the Little Khmer Kitchen Facebook page for updates on the evolving menu. The shop currently trades from 9am ’til 3pm from Monday to Saturday.
Despite closing a few weeks ago, Leigh Street Wine Room is back up and running offering provider boxes, bottles of its finest natty wines, and some house-made treats, like the restaurants focaccia and charcuterie.
We could all do with a mortadella sandwich right about now.
Since 2018, Lot 100 has been the go-to destination to stock up on great Adelaide Hills-based wine, beer and spirits, but they’ve also just launched an in-house market to help keep your cupboard full of South Australia produce
The site is surrounded by Adelaide Hills producers, and so the team has put together a range of grocery boxes – groceries, pasta, pizza supplies – which can be pre-ordered for pick up seven days a week.
The offering changes daily, and you can place your order via the Lot 100 website.
In a time not long before mandatory social distancing – in fact the very day before Prime Minister ScoMo announced a ban on gatherings of 500 people or more – everyone’s favourite Port Adelaide meat smokery, Low & Slow, opened up a new outlet on Leigh Street.
As you can see above, it was a good time.
Threw traded for a couple of weeks before inevitably, and wisely, taking some time to re-evaluate and let the city and its people become accustomed to their new reality.
One month on, Low & Slow is back and wants to feed you all the good American BBQ they can, in the brief and fleeting window of Friday and Saturday evenings from 5pm.
One of our favourite Italian Families (and we have a few here in Adelaide) the Marino’s re-imagining of their delicatessen in the Adelaide Central Markets was one of our favourite stories last year.
Marino Meat & Food Store
Adelaide Central Markets
52 Gouger St, Adelaide, South Australia 5000
(08) 8340 3536
Hit hard – like every retailer – by the COVID-19 situation Katrina Marino reached out this week to let us know Marino Meat and Food store was ploughing on through the uncertainty so far and had turned their wholesale ordering system (originally designed for chefs / kitchen staff) into an online ordering platform for customers.
All you need to do is set up an account by calling or emailing them direct, place your order and they’ll deliver the next day. We suggest spirali, pork ribs, and pork and fennel sausages as well as their pasta selection and – why not go for a lucky dip with what even Katrina describes as – It includes all of our “our infamous range of Italian laundry products haha.”
Metta Sol in Goodwood is a favoured destination of Adelaide’s vegan and non-vegan community alike, and the Vietnamese eatery is still doing what it does best, through all the tumult of COVID-19.
You can grab your favourite bowls, a serving of deep fried cauliflower, or even some pantry essentials, from the shopfront on Goodwood Road.
You can read our profile of the business here, and you can visit the shop for takeaway on Thursday and Friday between midday and 2pm, or 4pm ’til 7pm.
Shop the range on offer at their website.
Coffee is still a must, and we hope by now you’ve found a way to brew your own quality cup at home.
If that is the case, you know you’re going to need some decent beans, and Monday’s coffee store has still got you.
You can stop by the store if you’re in the city (though they’re closed over Easter), or you can also order via the website.
Monday’s is also hosting an Easter sale right through ’til Easter Monday: buy a kilo bag of beans and get $10 off your order.
There’s also free shipping and home-delivery each Thursday for orders placed by 4pm on Wednesday.
Muratti Cakes is a Prospect Road institution and is tackling coronavirus in a very pragmatic way.
This includes reduced delivery fees.
Locals (the suburb of Prospect only): $5 delivery on all orders above $20.
Surrounding suburbs (only North Adelaide, Kilburn, Blair Athol, Walkerville, Collinswood, Bowden, Renown Park, Broadview, Dudley Park, Sefton Park, Medindie, Fitzroy and Ovingham): $12.50 delivery on all orders above $20.
Customers can order savoury and sweet products ahead of time and request to have the product/s delivered to their vehicle.
Muratti has a driveway at the back of the shop (just off of Prospect Road, on Myrtle Street, opposite Blossom Box Co. florist). This space will act as a loading zone for this method of delivery.
How customers can order or purchase products:
Orders for same day, next day or any time in future can be made via 83449977 or online at www.muratti.com.au.
Customers are encouraged to call us to discuss any products that may not be available on the website.
My Kingdom is back! After a short hiatus, the Wright Street café has recouped and returned to trade.
You can stop by seven days a week, from 7am ’til 2pm, for your coffee fix, and some takeaway snacks, too.
When in doubt – cupcake!
Adelaide’s cupcake connoisseurs over on Grenfell Street are swinging into action with free delivery – no minimum order – within the CBD Monday-Friday. What’s that? You don’t live in the city? Well, we pitty you and so do Nathan Bakes because they’re doing free delivery with a $20 min order value outside of the CBD. More details can be found on their Facebook page, with the daily flavours posted up each morning.
Nathan Bakes is located at 2/39 Grenfell St, Adelaide, call 0449 166 550 and visit their website: www.nathanbakes.com.
‘Pickles’ doesn’t do them justice. Neither does ‘nice’, however Nice Pickles new “Table Pickles” have arrived and are home delivering to improve your pantry by a significant per cent.
We tried these pickles for the first time last week and can confirm they were exquisite. We’ve eaten at Attica (bragging?) and these pickles – served with a shard or two of parmigiano reggiano and a South Australian-made cacciatore from Lucia’s – was a better, more curious and emotionally-satisfying dish than eight out of the ten courses we had at that very posh restaurant. Perhaps we’ve just got peasant tastes.
All of Nice Pickles heroes – Jerk Beans and Good Time Brine – are able to be purchased online and if you’re new to the Nice Pickles brand then do yourself a favour and tuck into a mixed pack which features a lucky dip pickle – not currently on the menu!
Shop the lot at nicepickles.com
Hyde Park pasta bar Nido has made the pivot towards takeaway, as well as orienting some of its kitchen capacity toward creating pantry-style takeaway items.
Browse a short list of pasta and antipasti at the restaurant’s website, as well as options for fresh-made pasta and sauce to take home and prepare at your leisure.
The team has also been throwing up tantalising images of lasagne and cannelloni via its Instagram page, so stay tuned for the day’s featured food item.
Find Nido at 160 King William Road, Hyde Park. To place an order, call (08) 8373 2044.
Nghi Ngan Quan has sprung quite the enterprise from its original Woodville restaurant – now operating from five stores and employing 80 people.
It is a priority for the NNQ team to keep as many of their staff in work as possible, and so every outlet (NNQ Woodlville, Little NNQ, 3rd by NNQ, NNQ Express Grange and NNQ Express Cheltenham) is now offering a takeaway menu, and three of the five outlets will deliver to you, with no additional fee, up to 5km. For a surcharge, the Woodville restaurant will deliver up to 10km away.
CBD sister restaurant to Nido, above, has also introduced a takeaway menu, with a list of small plates, sides, pasta dishes and desserts on offer, as well as in-house, fresh-made pasta and bread.
See the takeaway menu on their website.
Osteria Oggi is located at 76 Pirie Street, Adelaide. To place an order, call (08) 8359 2525.
From one of our top five – maybe two – chefs, Andre Ursini comes a deft offering of the best of his Orso restaurant. Andre has been working on a 300 year plan for some time and, well, we might need different kind of leaders after this mess; ones capable of thinking and organising for the longterm.
11.30am- 9pm everyday
Hot from the restaurant, same-day orders can be placed to pick up daily from the restaurant. Orders of $50 or more qualify for free delivery (within a 5k radius).
HEAT AND EAT
The ‘Heat & Eat’ meal service is prepared in the ORSO kitchen. Pre-made restaurant meals are delivered cold so you can stock up your fridge or *freezer and ‘heat and eat’. Dishes require basic assembly and come with simple home heating instructions. Orders of $50 or more placed before 3pm will qualify for free next-day delivery (within a 10k radius).
8am- 9pm everyday
Willmott’s Pantry is open daily for grab-and-go options or to add to a delivery. We can offer takeaway coffee and bottled drinks, fresh pasta and pasta bakes, cheese, charcuterie, Up The Hill sauces and preserves and pantry goods.
Nairne Min Street eatery Pallet Cafe is now offering delivery, which can be ordered through their app (see the website for details).
The café will deliver to Hills locales Nairne, Littlehampton, Blakiston, Dawesley, Brukunga, Hay Valley and Mount Barker.
Available on the app is a range of the cafés coffee and food options, and there is a Pallet Pantry set to launch in the near future.
Pirie Street restaurant Pizza e Mozzarella Bar is well known for its slow-fermented dough and secret sauce, which, when combined, make one of the city’s best pizzas.
The COVID-19 shutdown has forced the restaurant into a takeaway retreat, but co-owner of Pizza e Mozzarella and Chicken & Pig, Natalie Albany says she’s keen to help people cook restaurant-quality pizzas in their own homes. We cover it in more detail over here.
The meal kits dubbed “ISO KITS” include 4X 72-hour slow-fermented dough balls, pizza sauce, fresh mozzarella, basil and cooking instructions and will set you back $30 (you can also order DIY ISO Cocktail kits).
“We’re still offering takeaway and delivery but I thought families are going to be home and it’s a good opportunity for kids to cook with their parents – that’s how I learned with my mum and my grandma,” says Natalie.
“This is a humble way to stay focused and committed to our business and our motto: we want people to feel happy when they eat, and I hope that’s what we can achieve when people make our pizzas at home.”
Organise your ISO Pizza Kit via pizzaemozzarellabar.com.au
Takeaway and Bulk meals
Ragini is continuing her normal takeaway menu and another, “special bulk takeaway menu,” which has been discounted. The menu includes all gluten free, dairy free curries and vegan and nut-free options. All great for freezing. delivery can be arranged. Order online via the website we’ve hyperlinked above or email Ragini (she’s awesome) directly firstname.lastname@example.org
Spice Blends and Dirty Lentil mixes
Ragini’s Spice Blends are great during these times as they have a shelf life of one year, makes 3kilo or 12 serves a packet. Only need basic household ingredients and are Gluten Free, Vegan, Nut Free, Dairy Free and made here in SA. They come in 5 flavours, Tandoori, (butter chicken) Korma, Curry, Best of the south and Vindaloo. You can buy them from our store on Hutt Street or Foodland, Pasadena, Frewvile, Norwood or online which includes free postage.
It’s been too long between Real Falafel visits for we here at CityMag.
The good ship RF, captained by Mitch Aldawsari, is still open and trading in the Adelaide Central Market, running with car-only transactions, and you can also order your favourite sabich for delivery through Uber Eats and Menulog.
If there is one foodstuff that will get us through to the other side of this godawful time of COVID-19, it’s going to be dumplings. And lucky for you and I, Red October has still got you for your pelmeni fix.
The bar and restaurant has jumped onto the online ordering platform Bopple, where you can order pelmeni and vareniki (as pictured above) and a range of other eats offered by the restaurant, including Georgian khachapuri, salads, steaks, burgers and deep-fried white bait.
Red October’s takeaway menu is available for both pick up and delivery – so you could literally open your door to a serving of dumplings – perhaps the most silver lining one could imagine in our current isolated state.
Browse the menu here, and connect with the bar on Facebook and Instagram to keep up on how they’re doing during COVID-19. Maybe send them a message and let them know how much you miss visiting their bar.
You may notice SCULL Kombucha fits neither into ‘food’ nor ‘coffee’, but instead sits in the category of ‘things that are delicious and which make you happy’ and so here they are on this list.
The team at SCULL has just launched SCULL Booch Club – a subscription service that will deliver to your door a monthly dose of kombucha to keep your spirits up while in isolation.
You’ll just need to let the crew know of your favourite SCULL flavours, choose a three- or six-month subscription, and then you’ll have a pack of bottles or growlers (whichever you decide) left on your doorstep on the last Friday of every month. Kombucha has never been this kombvenient.
Leigh Street yakitori joint Shōbōsho has extended beyond its Dr Sho concept, which was set up to provide convenient meals to healthcare workers during the coronavirus crisis, because, hey, you’ve got to give the people what they want. The people want Sho.
The new takeaway menu is available in three formats: prepared takeaway food, cook-at-home dishes, and bento boxes of Shōbōsho favourites curated by chef Adam Liston.
Browse the Shōbōsho To Go menu by heading over to the restaurant’s website.
Gilles Street café Sibling has joined the fray of cafés pivoting to offer a range of pantry items.
Their provisionals menu features some great options so you can make all your sibling favourites from the comfort of your kitchen.
Pick up some Lost Loaf sourdough, Tweedvale milk, Mondays coffee beans, a tray of brownies (um wow – yes), or even a litre of cold brew coffee.
While you’re there, be sure to grab a flat white for the road.
If the four walls of your apartment, unit, bedroom or house are becoming a little too familiar, perhaps it’s time for a drive into the Hills.
Head along Mount Barker Road and visit Sidewood’s new takeaway stand, set up in their old apple shed.
The winery and cider only recently relaunched as Sidewood Restaurant and Cellar Door, but with the main business now closed, Ali Seedsman and Rusty Marchant (pictured above) are hoping to provide the same high-quality food, now in takeaway form.
Meals can be preordered for collection or grabbed on the go, and the team is also offering delivery to Hahndorf, Verdun, Bridgewater, Aldgate, Mylor, Balhannah, Oakbank and Woodside, with a $10 delivery fee.
There’s heaps on the menu to choose from – steamed pork or vegan dumplings, pad Thai, chicken and prawn laksa, teriyaki beef, butter chicken, red curry, fries, lasagne, and a range of wood-oven pizzas. All of which pair well to one bottle or another of Sidewood wine, so fill your boots.
Sidewood Takeaway is located at the juncture of Mount Barker Road and River Road in Hahndorf and operates from midday ’til 8pm seven days a week.
You can now get your favourite Sparkke meals delivered to your home.
Browse the new Sparkke To You menu to see the range of dishes, each designed by chef Emma McCaskill to maintain their quality through the course of delivery, as well as a couple of drinks to go with it.
You can also pick up your order form the pub, so while you’re stopping by, feel free to grab some booze in either can, case, or 1.9L growler format.
Sparkke, being a national booze brand, also have the ability to ship cartons of beer to anywhere in Australia, and right now there is no delivery fee. Shop their range here.
Pulteney Street Thai restaurant Soi 38 has closed to dine-in guests, but the eatery is still offering its menu as takeaway, as well as delivery up to 10km from the CBD.
There is a $5 delivery fee, which will go directly to the Soi 38 team member acting as delivery driver.
You can view the Soi 38 takeaway menu here. If you’re picking up your takeaway order, you can find Soi 38 at 54 Pulteney Street, Adelaide. Place your order by calling 08 8223 5472.
“For us at Stem, we believe our staff to be our family and we are looking into all possible avenues to drive business and protect our casual staff members through this time,” says Lachlan Farmer – one of the founders of Stem. “We hope the community can continue to support us to support our staff so that Adelaide doesn’t lose the great momentum it has built in its dining and hospitality scene over the last few years.”
We love Stem’s simple message and strong stance on reducing their capacity of what we can confirm is a generously sized restaurant.
“transition to takeaway!”
- introduction of a new takeaway menu, including old favourites and some additional rustic, generous and homely dishes to warm your stomach and your soul (think hearty soups and stews with wood-oven baked bread and house-made butter, lasagnas etc)
- curb-side pick up (we drop it to your car window on Register St.)
- delivery options currently being investigated – keep an eye on our socials
Sunny’s Pizza, you scared us there for a moment.
After announcing earlier on in this ordeal that the city’s favourite clubstraunt would be closing indefinitely, the Benevolent Gods of Pizza and Good Times has smiled upon us and the Sunny’s crew has announced they will be slinging pies once again, accompanied by a selection of fine and fizzy drops from the bar.
There are many ways to access Sunny’s in this latest development. You can browse the offering via apps Bopple (click through for a look) and Uber Eats, and you can also order over the phone at 0455 522 356. You can pick your pizza order up yourself, or, if you opt for home delivery one of the friendly Sunny’s staff will deliver to your door.
What luck for you, if you’re the type to hover around Glenelg’s Marina Pier taking your time in deciding from which eatery to buy your oysters and beer (just us?) – the Pier’s eateries have banded together to provide a full suite of offerings to their dearly missed cohort of regular punters.
Head over to the Marina Piers’ Takeaway at the Bay website and browse the menus of Sammy’s on the Marina, Ellenika Taverna, Asian Flavour House, Luciano’s, and the Oyster Bar. Veloce Paninotecca are also open for those stopping by with a need for caffeine.
Delivery and pick up options vary between the venues.
T BAR have opened their warehouse to the public with a shopfront in house, set up so that tea lovers can either call ahead and place an order, then drive up to the door and collect.
“Stay calm & drink tea has never been so relevant in our lifetime!” says co-founder of T Bar, Peggy Veloudos. We couldn’t agree more.
T BAR Warehouse
65 Stephens Ave
Torrensville SA 5031
Phone : 08 8354 4885
Fax: 08 8354 4118
Thomas Farms has not had the best run in recent years, suffering extensive damage to their abattoir during a fire in 2018, but the company is back on its feet and ready to serve. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, their meal kit arm, Thomas Farms Kitchen, is delivering recipes and produce directly to your door.
Head over to the Thomas Farms Kitchen website to browse the menu and select a kit you’re interested in, or, if you’d rather leave the decision-making up to the TF team, select from these meal plan options.
Located in Black Forest and Burnside Village, The Village Baker is now offering a home-delivery service to anyone within an 8km radius of their stores.
There is an $8 delivery charge and a $50 minimum order – but think of how happy you’ll be after eating 12 sausage rolls.
My name is Alix and I’m the owner of Wasai Japanese Kitchen. We’d love to be included on your list of restaurants. At this stage we are offering 20% off our full menu for takeaway and hoping to be on UberEats by the end of the week (if we don’t go on lockdown before then😫). Customers can order via phone or leave a message on Facebook or Instagram with their order and mobile number and our manager will call them back. We can also bring the order to their car if they pull up in front of our garage.