Monday, 16 May 2011

Susan Kurosawa Market Tour Review from '05

Cleaning out the files on a dying PC I found a great comment from SK

It’s not all serious! It’s great fun!

Combining the past, the present and the future of the iconic Adelaide Central Market in two hours is a challenge met by Mark and his team of professional Food Tourism Guides. There is real fun to be enjoyed on the tour. Food and cooking is now seen as a lifestyle choice to be enjoyed and relished. The market tour takes the fast track to enjoying the myriads of choices available to the customer.

A personal shopping guide who can talk all day about flavour, quality, texture, origin and cooking tips is hard to beat.

“In a nutshell, it is what we love: edible tourism. But for an in-depth appreciation of what's on offer and the opportunity to talk to stallholders and sample their specialist wares, a tour is the answer. Restaurateur and food lover Mark Gleeson has worked at the market for more than 20 years and takes around small groups. His is an insider's view.

Gleeson moves at a cracking pace and his 90-minute tour must be treated as reconnaissance: make notes on which stalls are worth a second look.”

Free-ranging market tour a feast for the senses


Susan Kurosawa

November 19, 2005

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