Calm your fear of missing out on something wonderful with a platter of local goodies. They’re easy to create and serve, and nothing says premium South Australian produce quite like a loaded platter ready to share. Here’s how Monkey Nut Café make theirs.
Red Poles is the place to go when your soul needs food like this gorgeous Fleurieu snapper with squid ink risotto, micro-greens, corn custard and sriracha.
Del Giorno’s Restaurant Cafe dish up this wicked mussel pot using local Kinkawooka black mussels.
At Hahndorf’s Haus Café + Bar + Kitchen, they source vegetables from their friends at Hahndorf Fruit and Veg Market. There are talented fruit and vegetable growers all through the Adelaide Hills and local farmers markets too. Check them out for more inspiration to eat locally and seasonally.