From 10:00AM on 5-14 April
Gawler Place Canopy, Rundle Mall
The Urban Pantry returns to Rundle Mall, celebrating all things South Australian, with products and flavours from regional producers, artisans and iconic food brands. Open daily, Rundle Mall's pop-up Pantry is the perfect stop in the bustling city centre to browse, taste free samples and purchase your favourites. This is the ideal time to stock up your own pantry with delicious delights and scope out gifts for your foodie friends (or for yourself!). And look out for the Grazing Trail, a self-guided food tour through Rundle Mall.
11:00AM on 14 April
Tonsley Innovation Hub
World-wide interest in vegan food is on the rise, and Adelaide is no exception. This one-day food festival is a chance for Adelaide's growing vegan community, and the v-curious, to learn more, celebrate, and enjoy delectable local vegan food and drinks.
12:00PM on 13 April
Stockade Botanical Park
This food and cultural experience will be hosted by Rosa Matto in a picnic style setting, featuring a mixture of entertainment, food stalls, local providores and tasting plates. Soak in the stories of arrival and survival alongside the inspiration for their delicious food offerings as the traditional Kaurna custodians welcome the newest members of our community
Fire & Flavour
Monday - Friday 9:00AM to 5:00PM, Thursday - 9:00AM to 7:00PM
The Kerry Packer Civic Gallery
The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre at UniSA presents a photographic exhibition, book launch and forum on Food Writing and Critiquing in the Kerry Packer Civic Gallery. The collection of photographs records the journey photographer Tony Lewis and writer Nigel Hopkins made to Thailand with chef Nu Suandokmai, to Nu's family farm where he was taught to cook by his mother and older sister.
Adelaide Central Market - Celebrating 150 Years
From 10:00AM on 11-13 April
Adelaide Central Market
The Adelaide Central Market is an integral part of South Australia’s food scene and this year celebrates 150 years of continuous operation. Over three days, the Adelaide Central Market will host a series of free cooking demonstrations welcoming some of Adelaide’s best chefs, producers and traders from the Market’s new book, Adelaide Central Market: Stories, People & Recipes. Don’t miss this opportunity to get up close and personal with the people who make the Market its authentic self – visit Adelaidecentralmarket.com for the full program details.
Taste the Yorke, Queen Square, Moonta
6:30PM on 12 April
Taste The Yorke is a local premium cafe in Moonta showcasing local regional produce from the Yorke Peninsula and South Australian producers. From all the fresh food we cook using local chefs and producers to the retail opportunity with plentiful stalls stocking locally sourced jams, chutneys, Quandong sauces and dukkha. Enjoy products from MBC Foods to Rosevale Lentils and local Dirty Foods chick peas and whitepeas in all our dishes on our daily seasonal menu.