Adelaide's Best Breakfast Spots
We all know the pressure of taking a visiting interstater out for breakfast in Adelaide... especially if they hail from Melbourne. The Vics are always keen to knock us for our 'lack of delicious eateries' but we've compiled a list of the top three breakfast spots in Adelaide that will have them eating their words.
Karma and Crow
This beautiful new breakfast spot was once an old industrial warehouse in Richmond. Its talented owners converted the space into a buzzing cafe and studio that will make you feel like you're dining in a trendy Melbourne eatery.
The café is the brain child of entrepreneur Janie Krammer and nutritionist Alanna Crowe.The menu modern Australian menu was designed by Katrina Richard with the support of Chef and Creative Consultant, Billy Petropoulos.
The best thing is no one misses out at Karma and Crow. The menu caters extensively for vegetarians and vegans.
If you’re after something sweet you can’t go past the yummy ricotta hotcakes. The look as beautiful as they taste!
330 By the Sea
If you’re looking for a delicious spot down by the beach you can’t go past 303 By The Sea. Located on Seaview road at Henley Beach the café offers all day breakfast! It doesn’t get much better than that.
It’s hard to pick from the ten-item menu, with each dish as delicious as the next. The Apple crumble pie French toast is one of the most popular menu items. It includes maple stewed apples, nut crumble, vanilla mascarpone and candied bacon.
Froth and Fodder
Tucked away on Mortimer street at Plympton, Froth and Fodder is becoming a not so secret breakfast spot.
It’s not hard to see why. The staple menu is filled with delicious dishes that are just as tasty each time you visit.
The café does an array of delicious fresh juices and provides healthy options if you’re watching your waistline. The veggie bowl is so yummy you don’t feel like you’re missing out.