I’d say it’s Mad March again but it isn’t quite yet, we are still in February but the Adelaide Fringe, Garden of Unearthly Delights and of course the Royal Croquet Club is open. It’s truly the best time to be in Adelaide, so much so I was in line at a show with a visitor from New York who came for the Fringe. Shows and festivities aside, we delve into the food scene at Royal Croquet Club (Victoria Square) this year.
|Indian Inspired Pizza by Naya|
|Roasted Pumpkin with Goats Cheese, Macadamia and Herb by Street ADL|
|Jamaican Jerk Chicken with Lime Rice and Coleslaw by Jamaican Me Crazy|
|Brown Rice Salad by Plantation Juice Co|
|Quinoa Salad by Plantation Juice Co|
|Glass Noodle Seafood Salad by Gin Long Canteen|
|Combination Banh Mi by Banh Mi|
|Fish & Chips by Doc’s Diner|
Doc’s Diner is another new face and by the name you probably already guessed that you’re in for an all American experience with burgers, hot dogs and shakes. While Mr Foodie was hanging out for a cheeseburger, his English side was pretty satisfied with this yummy crispy battered fish and chips.
|Tasmanian Salmon on Its Back with Tomato Salad by Pit House|
|Paella by Comida Catering Co|
|Zepole by Mangia Mangia|
|Scroll Ice Cream|
I’ve always loved the vibe in Royal Croquet Club and this year proves to be no different. There’s music, deck chairs, good food and drinks so make the most of it while it’s here! While you’re there, catch a show or two.
Disclaimer: Foodie Ling was invited to Royal Croquet Club to dine as guests.