South Australia is a veritable playground for culinary enthusiasts. The state’s food producers and restauranteurs alike pride themselves on highlighting the best that the area has to offer from the signature South Australian catch, the King George whiting, to locally-produced cheeses, meats and a vast array of locally harvested produce grown in the state’s rich soil.
South Australia’s culinary passion is instantly obvious upon arrival in Adelaide with a walk down Gouger Street, the city’s restaurant row featuring every cuisine imaginable served up on charming open-air patios. Adelaide’s Central Market is also heaven for foodies with over 80 stalls featuring local products and produce under one roof.
A trip into wine country reveals an equally impressive foodie offering. Head to The Barossa Valley Cheese Company to sample handmade local artisan cheese or to Australian culinary queen Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop to sample some of this local legend’s signature fruit pastes and pates. Nearby Kangaroo Island also cannot be overlooked for its foodie pleasures. The island off the coast of Adelaide produces the most pure Ligurian honey available anywhere in the world and is also famous for its delectable and rightfully iconic marron, a freshwater crayfish often compared to lobster.
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