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Where to find animal-free food in the morning.
This suburb's eclectic mix of coffee and breakfast spots shouldn't be overlooked.
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A bricks-and-mortar diner for the food-truck favourite – with an expanded menu suitable for meat-eaters, vegans and gluten-free folks alike.
This beachfront kiosk’s take on Goolwa’s famed pipis is well worth the three-hour round trip from Adelaide. There aren’t many other spots like it.
This community-focused cafe has comfy couches, a book exchange and excellent toasties.
Pat the resident bunnies, then lounge on the front lawn with a coffee or beer.
Sustainability is the bottom line.
Creative brunches that don't rely on eggs on toast.
The light, bright and airy cafe also serves popcorn cauliflower and a huge fried-chicken burger.
Day through night, this lush alfresco space has you covered.
This slick cafe on a quiet strip of the CBD is a true family affair.
Let Fred treat you to some really comforting food.
First and foremost a coffee shop.
A coffee shop with all the perfection and none of the pretension.
A charming French cafe that's a little bit retro and a little bit metro.
A community-focused cafe with a modern industrial feel.
A cafe and roastery by The Loose Caboose crew.
The plant-centric pop-up so good, it progressed to permanence.
A brunch and specialty coffee spot that welcomes families with genuine enthusiasm.
Expert coffee waking up the old Regent Arcade.
Hang up your bike and refuel with something healthy or sweet.
A suburban Vietnamese joint with a stellar small-batch wine list to match the street-food menu.
This hole-in-the-wall lunch spot serves up egg-and-bhaji naans, blackened cauliflower salad, fresh juices and breads made in-house.
Like your mate’s living room, but with table service.
A semi-hidden trove of multicultural savouries and sweets.
Everything a city espresso bar should be, and nothing more.
Redefining Southern hospitality with help from Dawn Patrol Coffee.
Strikes the balance between modern style and rustic charm.
More South Australian than a pie floater.
A creative and culinary hub for young and old.
Japanese-Australian fusion that will have you cheering, not cringing.
Burgers that make a trip across town worthwhile.
An easy choice for fast, modern Vietnamese.
A “New-age deli” and coffee shop by the Whistle & Flute crew with a sun-sprayed glasshouse, just down the road from its sibling.
Inspired by New York’s Jewish delis.
Quality brews with a touch of Persia.
A healthy and eclectic brunch spot.
The Central Market's tiny but mighty falafel stall has moved to a bigger site and introduced breakfast, coffee and deli products for sale.
A corner cafe that’s just as cute and homey as the name suggests.
With acai bowls, Abbots and Kinney pastries and Saudade Portuguese tarts.
Size doesn’t matter when the coffee is this good.
For those who love choice.
A sleek and sparse coffee shop in an unlikely location.
A husband-and-wife team converted its 100-year-old residence into a community-led cafe.
A charcoal-fired cafe for Adelaide’s eastern suburbs.
Coffee to go, with a side of good banter.
A disused Federation-era theatre has a slick new identity.
For impressive sweet treats, dough-nut go past Devour.
The homeliness of your grandma's house with the handmade goodness of Etsy.
An arty hangout for breakfast and lunch.
The best of the Central Market, crammed into a corner deli.
No doughnuts or bacon to be found here.