Monday, August 9, 2010

Providore on Parade

This is nicely decorated Café with serving contemporary cuisine at 211a The Parade, Norwood. This is one of the SALA 2010 exhibitors showing and exhibit "StoneMetalWood" by Adelaide photographer, Tony Barker. Most of his work was showing the texture of surfaces like granite, rusty iron or the wood from jetty's in real-size or larger than life. The photos managed to bring out textures and colour that one would overlook in real life. While the viewer might not want corrugated iron or weathered wood hanging on his living room wall one of these photos would be a great talking point.

The hot chocolate was four dollars and come in a big grey mug. It was finished with a bubbly froth and a sprinkle of chocolate powder. Six tiny marshmallows were also provided. The drink had good dark flavour but was not particular rich. The tiny marshmallows were a great innovation.

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