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adelaide grapevine

BACK in the days when banks managed to have personal relationships with their customers, the conventional wisdom was to “follow your bank manager”, wherever he or she went. These days it’s probably much more sensible to follow that chef.

In the case of Adelaide’s acclaimed Indian chef Ragini Dey, that’s required some doing given that it’s exactly 30 years since she opened her first restaurant, the Spice Kitchen, on Kensington Rd in 1989.

But for those loyal and now in larger and more obvious premises downstairs, along with her many appearances at events and festivals, that effort has always paid off.

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