source site The Rundle Place Food court has been the jewel of Adelaide's Food courts since opening its doors to the public in March 2013. The food offerings have a healthier twist and you wont find any well known junk food chains here.
skelaxin tramadol 50mg The Rundle Place Food court has been newly renovated and new additions to the food court family include Bakmi Lim Noodle Project, Beyond India and Hokkaido Baked Cheese Tarts.
To celebrate the revamp, Tempting Palates was invited to tour the Food court and meet some of the food creators on site.
Did you know that the Salsas store in the food court uses 10-20 kilos of fresh tomatoes a day to make their amazing salsa fresca? We got to try some and it was delicious.
Another favourite of ours, Bakmi Lim, has celebrated a lot of success since opening their first store in Waymouth Street and now you can also enjoy their freshly made noodles at Rundle Place.
The Japanese Hokkaido Cheese Tarts have been a favorite throughout Asia for a while and ventured into the Australian market in 2016 with various stores across VIC, NSW, WA and QLD. They have finally landed in SA and there is only one place you can get your hands on these delicious tarts. These are an absolute must try!
We love the feel and the amazing food offerings at the Rundle Place Food Court and are convinced that you will too!
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