Four of the best EX­OTIC EATS & SEATS

GO ON A TASTE-LED TOUR OF OUR END OF THE WORLD

The Advertiser - SA Weekend - - ADELAIDE -

SIT LO At this new CBD haunt the Viet­namese food is made in a flash and ev­ery­one has a pun on the pho dishes. Pho-nom­e­nal! Sit at the bench and let the good pho-in-a-cup times roll. The crab cold rolls are all kinds of fried fab. Open Mon-Thu, 11am-8pm, Fri-Sat 11am-10pm, Sun 3pm-10pm, 30 Bank St, city, sitlo.com.au LE SOUK Get thee to Ade­laide Cen­tral Mar­ket for an Al­ge­rian fix with ur­ban bus­tle to boot. Azou Bouilouta and Ju­lia Melvin have pro­duced a bright, spicy lit­tle spot with bags of charm. Cous­cous, baghrir, chak­chouka and a cin­na­mon cof­fee any­one? Stall S10, Cen­tral Mar­ket, city, face­book.com/LeSoukatAC­M GIN LONG CAN­TEEN Viet­namese- Malaysian- and Thai-in­spired dishes abound in this eatery that’s a cool as a gin on the rocks. The sal­ads are drool­wor­thy and the Asian-style cock­tails are an after-din­ner treat. The staff make ex­u­ber­ant and stylish ser­vice look easy. 42 O’Con­nell St, North Ade­laide, gin­long­can­teen.com.au KUTCHI DELI PAR­WANA You can’t miss this bright­turquoise Per­sian jewel in the East End’s crown. The lit­tle sis­ter to Afghani restau­rant Par­wana serves up ke­babs, spe­cially made naan bread, cur­ries and mantu dumplings. Grab a bench if you can or take away. 7 Ebenezer Place, city, face­book. com/KutchiDeli­Par­wana

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