What does one do when Adelaide is packed full of visitors from various parts of Australia and noting that it is a long weekend off for most of us? Well, the answer would be to avoid stepping into Rundle Street because it is not a place for the weak. Endless streams of pedestrians trot around that street and each restaurant was filled to the brim with diners.
I ventured out early to have a peak at this year's fringe festival and having to brave the festival crowd, I still managed to whiz my way to Chinatown without too much difficulty. Chinatown was perhaps not as busy compared to Rundle Street but they still did have a good customer turnover rate considering that it was a Sunday.
We decided to dine at Ky Chow just because we have not been here for a while and that I was craving for mapo tofu. Do be mindful that portion size is smaller here compared to other restaurants but I think the quality of the dishes served here are better. Also, this place does not open till late so best to ring up to check what time they close if you are planning to come here for a late dinner.
Below are some pictures taken from this year's fringe festival. It was extremely crowded and I found it difficult to snap pictures without having someone hijack my pictures:S