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New Restaurant in Adelaide: The Pangaea Kitchen
Earlier this month, The Pangaea Kitchen opened its doors at 73 Muller Road, Hampstead Gardens to offer various well-known international dishes and comfort food from around the world to the discerning food enthusiasts here in Adelaide.
There’s something warm and cosy about The Pangaea. I’m guessing the wooden walls and earth tones in the interiors play a part, but I’m also placing my bigger bet on the very hospitable service and kitchen team. Unlike other restaurants I’ve been to, here, I easily felt at home. The restaurant was spacious and breezy, which is an ideal set-up for those catching up and hanging out with family and friends.
Their menu is extensive, you’ll never run out of choices: from healthy Greek salads to chicken tikka pizzas, nasi goreng with chicken satay, lamb shank kleftiko, to applewood smoked bbq glazed pork ribs, and many more. And as for their battle cry: they have everything for everyone!
Among the dishes I’ve tasted so far, my personal favourite is the mizo glazed smoked tofu with soba noodles. With its coconut broth, I found this dish extra refreshing.
Here’s a photo gallery of some of their dishes:
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I first got to sample Chef Aman Matoo’s cheffing skills in Duabi at the Sofitel and then a private commission at two famous weddings in Dubai. I was utterly blown away by the flavours and composition of ingredients revitalise with skill and a vast accomplished epicurean knowledge. This guy is an asset to the Adelaide food scene. We need him in Melbourne for a professional sojourn!