I know I’ve said before that Adelaide has many first-class eateries, both CBD and metropolitan. Occasionally, there’s a large amount of travel involved, which can be a disincentive. Having said that, I often point out that, when I was a youngster, we would think nothing of driving a very long way to the seaside for exceptional coffee (of course the vendor in question has long since vanished). You can do that when you’re young. Right?!
When YoungB does a radio gig, or is at the station for a committee meeting, he occasionally grabs takeaway pizza from a nearby Italian pizzeria and restaurant. Last weekend, we dined in the restaurant section. It’s about 30 minutes from our place (and considerably less from YoungB’s workplace or mine), meaning that it requires minimal effort for us to get there from anywhere. We rumbled up in YoungB’s sporty little Italian car, whined the turbos a few times and parked right out the front. As you do. Right?
Perhaps unsurprisingly, Dr B can be very picky about Italian food. He was full of praise for the meal – particularly his fresh, South Australian seafood – and we all enjoyed the ambience. YoungB was nicely surprised, too, as he’s hitherto only been in the pizzeria. We agreed we could take overseas guests to dine there and feel that we’d be in good hands.
May all your culinary adventures be equally delicious and effortless 🙂