(Words by Shannon Thomas)
March is arguably the busiest month of the year for Adelaide and with that brings an extraordinary selection of food experiences. With something for all, from gluten free to vegan, this Mad March will bring the foodie out in everyone. Being spoilt for choice can be overwhelming, but one thing’s for sure, you won’t go hungry this festival season with GAT’s fool proof foodie guide.
7th Sat, March Dee Williams & Sashi Cheliah
14th Sat, March Sandeep Pandit & Sashi Cheliah
21st Sat, March Derek Lau & Sashi Cheliah
28th Sat, March Sashi Cheliah
Sashi’s GAJA March will see 3 of the finest MasterChef Australia contestants from Season 11 prepare a 3-course menu with wine pairing alongside host Sashi Cheliah. As 2018’s MasterChef Australia Winner, Sashi will not disappoint. His up close and personal style promises a signature blend of Singaporean, Malaysian and Tamil Indian cuisines. You just can’t pass up this unique opportunity to watch as some of Australia’s finest chefs work their magic in the GAJA by Sashi kitchen and prepare a personalised dining experience, unique to their style and culture.
To book head to: https://www.gajabysashi.com/newsandevents
Grooving to some live music at RCC and in need of a fresh feed as delightful as the tunes? You can’t go wrong with Adelaide’s finest Italian. Antica Pizzeria is known for their delicious wood oven pizza’s, which was dubbed ‘Adelaide’s Best Pizza’ by The Advertiser, Big7 Travel and Broadsheet ADL. So make sure you head down to Antica’s pop-up pizzeria for an authentic Italian experience.
Who doesn’t like dessert? Shibui Dessert Bar does sweet treats so so right with their decadent creations being second to none. They experiment with ice-cream, fairy floss, macarons and marshmallow arrangements to create an incredibly indulgent aesthetic. Just head to their Instagram (@shibui.dessertbar) to see for yourself! Satisfy your sweet tooth and get to Gluttony’s East Market to spoil yourself this Fringe.
Fast festival food that’s also nourishing? Yes please! Originating as a pop-up stall in Newcastle, Bao Brother’s mouth-watering food has made their way to The Adelaide Fringe. With an Asian inspired menu featuring the flavours of Gua Bao, you just can’t pass up the opportunity to swing by their stall in The Fringe’s Garden of Unearthly Delights.
The Veggie Galley have christened themselves The Vegetarian Pirates with their fresh selection of vegan and vegetarian food. Think burgers and salad plates, all vegetarian, all healthy and all delicious. Their iconic food truck, made from recycled materials, is unmissable, so go say ahoy! to the pirates down at The Veggie Galley and get yourself some veggie goodness.
So go forth and get full with GAT’s hand-picked list of unmissable feeds this festival season!