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    T.Chow Chinese Restuarant: Yum Cha in Chinatown

    by wabat Written Mar 27, 2015

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    By the time we reached Adelaide’s Chinatown we had been walking around the city for about four hours and were famished. It was well and truly time for lunch.
    As I indicated in my separate review on Chinatown, it is comparatively small. That said it has a number of eateries of various Asian ethnicity, not just Chinese though we chose Chinese for lunch – T.Chow Chinese Restaurant.

    While not in the slightest classy, in terms of looks, it is the most upmarket of the restaurants in Chinatown and what it lacks in looks it makes up for in the quality of its food.

    T Chow’s specialises in Teochow cuisine which comes from the Chaoshan region of north east China and has an extensive menu with what seems to be an emphasis on seafood (which is generally of very high quality in Adelaide).

    In addition to a la carte, T.Chow’s serve Yum Cha (or Dim Sum) daily and this is what we had. When it comes to Yum Cha I prefer restaurants, like T.Chow’s, where you pick dishes from trollies wheeled around, as opposed to ordering from a menu. Much better for those unfamiliar with Chinese Yum Cha dishes.

    As this is a fairly busy restaurant there was a great selection of dishes from which to choose. The food was fresh, delicious and reasonably priced. Service was ok.

    While the restaurant is licensed (drinks were expensive) and you can bring your own wine (corkage a rather high A$8 per person, as I recall) I prefer to have Chinese tea at Yum Cha and that’s exactly what I did here.

    Overall a decent option for Yum Cha and I would return.


    Opening hours:

    7 days per week
    Lunch 11am - 3pm
    Dinner 5pm till late.

    T.Chow T.Chow Yum Cha
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  • MYO - Make Your Own: Fresh and Healthy CHEAP food

    by adelaidefreak Written Aug 28, 2007

    As you walk in, you immediatly smell the fresh bread which is baked each day. The interior is fresh and clean, which is a great advertisement to their healthy food choices. The food selections include a variety of salads, customer made gourmet pizzas, sandwhiches and bagetttes. THere is a chouce of 82 fillings, from cold meat, cheeses, speads and greens. The pizzas take about 5 minutes to cook, and at lunch time the line is out the door with local business people waiting for lunch. Busiest times are from 12 - 2 weekdays. MYO, or Make Your Own, also has fresh coffee. There is also a range of desserts from cheesecake to American Brownies to Carrot and Walnut Cake. Also has office catering.. and delivers to your office

    Favorite Dish: My favourite dish is the Make YOur Own Pizza. To prepare the pizza takes about 5 minutes. On my pizza a put a combination on napolitana and bbq sauce. I then place on shredded ham, fresh pine-apple, black olives, sliced mushrooms, capsicum and a sprinkling of mozzerella. After cooking it for 5 minutes in the unique help-ur-self pizza makers, i sprinkle on freshly ground pepper and salt. This restaurant is great as it allows the customer to be in charge of their food, allowing them to put as much or as little of anything on their food. They can choose to take a few minutes, or make a creation taking half an hour... and some do! The service is great and the staff are extreemly friendly.

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    I'm just being funny.: Find somewhere ELSE to drink, mate

    by 850prc Updated Nov 28, 2005

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    Please forgive the VT humor, folks. Of course, this is NOT a bar or pub. This is the Women's Christian Temperance Movement's Hutt Street headquarters in Adelaide. Obviously, they see no future in visiting the local pubs for any reason.

    I do not agree with these folks, for what it's worth. : )

    Go on and get yourself a fine Aussie wine or some James Boag beer. And say a little prayer for those poor folks over at the Temperance House who'll not be able to share the hospitality of an Adelaide Pub. : )

    Favorite Dish: They were out of MY favorite beverage. ; )

    The Women's Temperance Building in Adelaide

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    The Pie Floater

    by keeweechic Written Aug 19, 2004

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    This dish is fairly unique to South Australia. It consists of a meat pie (often inverted), afloat in mashed green peas or thick green pea soup and doused with tomato sauce (ketchup) .

    In 2003, the pie floater was recognised as a South Australian Heritage Icon by the National Trust of Australia.

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    The cheapest and tastiest take away pizza

    by coolbananas Written Apr 29, 2003

    For about AU$5 you'll get the best pizza you've ever tasted. I don't know how they manage to make such a good pizza for such a price...

    Fast and friendly service, a decent choice of toppings and good quality, all at a low price-what more do you want?

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    David Jones Food Hall and...

    by Ilena Written Sep 8, 2002

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    David Jones Food Hall and cafes.
    If you want to eat quickly and relatively cheaply, then food halls are the way to go. And if you must go to a food hall, make it DJ's. It is nice and quiet, with subdued lighting and a lovely selection of food. No McDonalds here. If you want a little something while you are shopping in the store, go to one of the cafes on the upper levels. They are quiet, serve nice food and have good looking staff who will even take photos for you, if you ask nicely.

    Favorite Dish: In the food hall: I like the tuna & avacado roll and assorted sushi from Genki Roll. You also cannot go past the Copenhagen ice-cream stand. I recommend the peppermint chocolate-chip, and also the strawberry ice-cream. In the cafes: the open mediterranean sandwich with a mineral water is a superb snack.

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  • Many and varied. Cant go too...

    by mel_p Written Aug 24, 2002

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    Many and varied. Cant go too far wrtong in Adelaide. Spots to eat include; Rundle Street, Grote Street- City, O'Connell Street-n North Adelaide, Glenelg (sea-sied suburb), Henley Beach Sqare, Unley Road etc...

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    Yummie!: Lemon, lime & bitters-drink.

    by a5floor Written Nov 12, 2006

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    When you are in a restaurant, you should try a Lemon, lime & bitters-drink. This is so YUMMIE!! As the name says, there is lemon, lime and bitters in the drink.

    Lemon, lime & bitters-drink.

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    We are getting ready to good...

    by KhaanPatrick Written Aug 24, 2002

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    We are getting ready to good cruising for chic ,jame may give me some comp in the looks area but I have the moves and the groves

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