It’s been a big few weeks of meetings, content creation, copywriting and strategy work in the KIS’ office, so it’s time for a fun little diversion to cure Mondayitis ahead of a big week - and get you thinking about brunch plans for the long weekend! (That is, if your calendar isn't already full thanks to Fringe shows, croquet and the Garden’s glistening fairy lights!)
My last “top five” post - my Barossa top five - ended up being a little bit more controversial than I’d hoped, but who doesn’t love a little controversy, right?
My husband and I are welcoming international guests next month, so it’s time to start thinking about where we should shop, dine and play to show them the best of SA.
So, without further ado, here’s five of my favourite brunch spots in and around Adelaide’s CBD (because, who doesn’t love brunch?)
The Nourish’d Kitchen, Stepney
Tucked in Ann Street just off Magill Road, everything from the interior to the food is clean at this Stepney locale. This place is every coeliac's dream; the entire menu is gluten free. If you’re wanting a delicious, wholesome brunch, this is the place to go!
Whistle & Flute, Unley
With its cool, industrial-chic interior and generous decked area filled with hanging plants, Whistle & Flute is a little oasis located just off Greenhill Road. Getting the balance right between inventive dishes and old favourites, it’s clear why it’s a hotspot for brunch on a Saturday.
La Madeleine, Norwood
With a menu that includes fresh baguettes, croissants and sweet and savoury crepes made on site each day, La Madeleine on Norwood Parade lives up to its name, offering quality French fare.
Spill the Beans, Linden Park
Tucked away on Devereux Road at Linden Park, only a few kilometres from the CBD, you’ll find Spill the Beans. Popular with locals, this is a great spot to enjoy old favourites like poached eggs and smashed avo - yum!
Le Carpe Diem, Adelaide
This quintessentially French creperie make the best crepes in Adelaide! Made with buckwheat flour, the crepes are sugar, egg, milk and dairy free! The same cannot be said for the toppings… This is a place to indulge in everything sugary, creamy and syrupy, although there is a substantial savoury menu too.
Happy festival season - and happy eating!
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