Mad March in Adelaide was indeed mad and so was my social schedule. Admittedly that left a little less time for blogging but here’s a quick wrap up of the Garden of Unearthly Delights at the Adelaide Fringe Festival 2013. The food side of course.
I thought this was pretty cool and the menu actually looked yummy despite me being an absolute carnivore. Love the theme!
La Cantina Co and the Greek Palace Yiros were both very popular stands and are no strangers to this scene. I saw many chomp away happily on their tacos, burritos and yiros it must be a good sign! Pigs on Fire was something I hadn’t yet seen and totally up Mr. Foodie’s alley with live fire cooking and grilling, it smelt pretty amazing.
Cuban was actually pretty amazing. I had the Arroz Con Pollo and it tasted pretty good, chicken was well seasoned, the beans and yellow rice complemented it beautifully and best of all, you can help yourself to the salsas on the side with mild and spicy hot variety.
Although voodoo wouldn’t be particularly associated with cute but I thought this burger stand was cute! Marrakech Express served up Moroccan cuisine and what I could smell was good but unfortunately they had no tagine that day when I wanted to order one.
It’s great to see more and more mobile food vendors and also greater variety of cuisines available at festivals. Definitely gone are the days of just pies, sausage rolls and chips. Next wrap ups will be the Waymouth Street Party and Summer East End Markets which I miss terribly as we head into autumn but the autumn season itself is certainly my favourite time of the year. Time to make that trip to Hahndorf and Stirling as the colours change!