November 18, 2020
Wine & Dine

5 great Adelaide Takeaways

Adelaide's eating scene has never been more exciting - even for those in isolation at the moment - so tantalise your tastebuds with these great takeaways.

The bagels at Frankly Bagels are frankly delicious.

Frankly Bagels
This Prospect joint is a destination for mouth-watering bagels. Originally from Darwin, owners Jack Crichton and Christine Wilkinson believed it was time to bring a bagel shop to Adelaide. The name Frankly is a combination of Jack and Christine’s middle names, and tributes the simple food concept and cafe aesthetic. Enjoy a bacon, avocado, herb and toasted seed bagel in the cafe surrounded by good tunes and friendly staff, or head across the road to Charles Cane Reserve.

Fancy Burgers
Established in 2010, Fancy Burgers is proudly locally owned and operated, showcasing the best of South Australia’s produce. You’ll find their industrial-chic stores in three locations around Adelaide. The juicy beef burgers are the main attraction, while the grilled chicken, lamb, steak and veggie burgers ensure everyone is kept happy. Why not choose some fancy chips or sweet potato wedges with a range of dips to complete the flavour experience. 

The vegan fried chicken is a winner at Two-Bit Villains. Photograph Angela Skujins.

Two-Bit Villains
Two-Bit Villains is surprisingly located in the second level grand ballroom of the Adelaide Arcade, with a balcony overlooking Rundle Mall. They are set on erasing the stigma that surrounds vegetarian alternatives by serving the usual cheeseburger and chips but with a plant-based twist. Their menu includes an eggplant parmi burger and buffalo tofu bowls. You cannot miss their handcrafted soda range, which is made with real fruit, spices and nothing artificial.

Sookii La La
Sookii La La specialises in South East Asian street food. The shopfront can be found on Walkerville Terrace, but the catering van can be seen popping up at various spots around Adelaide. Taste the flavours of South-East Asia dumplings, wonton noodles and their signature num pang, which are Asian inspired burgers. Open for lunch and dinner. 

Hey Bianca Pizza
Hey Bianca Pizza is a pickup and delivery-only pizza shop on Pulteney Street, which promises to bridge the gap between Italy and your tastebuds. Ordering from Hey Bianca is as easy as tapping a few buttons, with their phone app you can order Neapolitan and Sicilian style pizzas straight to your door, be it the classic margherita or the bolder boscaiola. They are determined to deliver you authentic Italian pizzas that aren’t soggy or cold. 


This list was first published in the SALIFE Food & Wine List 2020, which is on sale now

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