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If you’re concerned about going out or suspect you may have contracted Covid-19, consult the South Australian state health department.
We’re also keeping track of which Adelaide restaurants, cafes and bars have expanded their delivery options and/or switched to takeaway-only, and which have closed due to coronavirus, whether temporarily or permanently.
• Cafe Troppo, Adelaide. At its new Corner Store, get sourdough loaves, eggs, flour, rice, oil, toasted muesli, yoghurt, local cheese, house-made pickles and sauerkraut, and more. Plus, a variety of milks and juices. Pick-up and delivery orders available. Call (08) 8211 8812 or order online.
• Antica Pizzeria, Hyde Park. The Italian restaurant is selling DIY pasta kits with 500 grams of fresh pasta and half a litre of Napoletana or bolognaise sauce for $15 (serves four), and tiramisu for $7 – all made daily then snap frozen. It's also selling vacuum-packed pizzas. Call or text Daniela on 0450 688 105 or email email@example.com to order. The trattoria is also offering 20 per cent off its dinner menu, which is available for takeaway (pick-up only).
• Nido, Hyde Park. Take home hand-cut whole-egg fresh and dried pasta and your sauce of choice: sugo with confit garlic, spiced pork ragu, or braised lamb, peppers and chilli; family-sized lasagne and canneloni; and tiramisu. Call (08) 8373 2044 to order. Delivery is restricted to within 10 kilometres of the restaurant. A delivery surcharge of $10 applies to any order under $75. Beers and wine are also available.
• Karma & Crow, Richmond has introduced care boxes (available for $50) stocked with bread, pasta, milk, fruit and vegetables from local producers (where possible). The cafe says "You’ll even find a roll of toilet paper in there as long as we have some spare".
• Where We Met, Adelaide. The South Terrace cafe is stocking eggs from Earth Eggs, milk from Tweedvale, coffee from Dawn Patrol and sourdough from Mylor Bakery (bread is delivered every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday).
• The Summertown Aristologist, Summertown. The Hills restaurant is now selling boxes of organically farmed veggies grown by the team (for $50) plus wholewheat sourdough bread and house-churned kefir cultured butter (for $10). The boxes (and bread) are available for pick-up on Fridays between 2pm and 6pm and Saturdays between 10am and 2pm (orders must be placed by midnight on Wednesdays).
• Willmott's Gastronomia, Rose Park. "Willmott’s Pantry" is open daily from 8am to 9pm for grab-and-go options or to add to a delivery. It's stocking wine, fresh pasta and pasta bakes, cheese, charcuterie, sauces and preserves, and even toilet paper.
• Leigh Street Wine Room, Adelaide. The natural wine bar and restaurant has introduced a weekly "providore box" packed with produce from South Australian producers and suppliers. You'll find Gazander Oysters, Ngeringa Farm veggies, Ellis Butchers bacon, Falkai Farm eggs and Natures Farm chicken as well as house-made buffalo curd, focaccia, fresh ricotta dumplings and more. The boxes are $95 and will be available for pick-up (to those who have pre-purchased via the website) between 12pm and 4pm on Thursday April 9. There will also be wines for sale on-site.