Best Brunch in Adelaide: Where to Book in Your Weekend Brunch
From boozy breakfast tipples to healthy sustenance boosts, these are the foodie hotspots serving up the best brunch in Adelaide.
Whether you're catching up with friends after a Sunday morning stroll or booking yourself in for a boozy breakfast tipple, Adelaide offers a host of spots to visit for a scrumptious brunch. Pick yourself up a light meal on the run or tackle a flavour-filled breaky burger, whatever type of weekend bruncher you are, we have somewhere for you! So, buckle up and get ready to discover where to find the best brunch in Adelaide.
Alimentary's modern Mediterranean inspired menu brings a delightful kick to your brunch. From their creative Captain Planet bowl that comes packed with the freshest greens to fuel you through to dinner time or the Berry Bomb Pancakes that come topped with the seasonal fruits and a pinch of fairy floss, no matter what you order you know that your sampling the best brunch in Adelaide. Grab a table in the sun, perch yourself on the window or stretch out inside with a hot coffee.
47 Jetty Road, Brighton
With an irresistible Maple French Toast with mascarpone or Spanish Morcilla Sausage with fried eggs, there will be little convincing needed to extend the morning coffee into a full blown brunch. Their selection of breakfast cocktails will be sure to put at ease the post breakfast caffeine jitters! Just make sure you don't leave without checking out their decorative wooden spoon ceiling!
276 Flinders Street, Adelaide
Settle into a seat at this fresh and airy cafe in industrial Thebarton and prepare to have your mind blown. Specialising in smokey wood-fired flavours, their wood-roasted pumpkin with spelt, shiitake and radish salsa verde or roasted eggplant with green tomato verde and tahini means their menu is suitable for all foodies, whether you are vegan, veggo or gluten free! Taste your way through their seasonable produce all grown off site whilst enjoying their vibrant atmosphere.
38 Winwood Street, Thebarton
Feeding the masses in the Adelaide Hills, Fred Eatery is located in Aldgate and is a fan favourite among locals. Fred certainly doesn't disappoint when it comes to putting on a great brunch and their produce is locally sourced which just adds to the beautiful community feel of the Adelaide Hills. Grab a seat outside and take in the atmosphere, and did we mention they are pooch friendly so your fury friends don't need to miss out on all the action!
220 Mount Barker Road, Aldgate
Sitting pretty perched over the glorious Port River, this unusual cafe is anything but ordinary. Spot a dolphin or two whilst immersing yourself in their delicious fresh and local menu. Whether you are into the Hot Smoked Trout Bagel or more a Mushroom Ragu type operator you will be sure to leave with a full stomach. Pick a nice day and sit outside on the deck and watch the action of the Port River unfold.
11 Mundy Street, Port Adelaide
Tucked away on Egmont Terrace, this rustic, old fashioned cafe oozes flare and quirkiness and is crammed with every classic (granola, French toast and full brekky) alongside more inventive options – such as the falafel bowl topped with red pepper and walnut hummus and a mild harissa dressing. The specialty peach lime or mint iced tea is a must – that will have your morning off to a refreshing start!
2 Egmont Terrace, Hawthorne
The coffee experts at CREAM have quite a simple philosophy - that everything can be fixed with coffee. If you’re short on time and in need of an excellent coffee and sustenance hit, the crew at CREAM is always an old faithful – you can grab your brunch to-go and hit the ground running. Their light and fluffy pancakes have got to be some of the best in Adelaide, whilst their cheeky jam packed flavoursome bagels will be sure to keep you going late into the afternoon!
4/49 Jetty Road, Brighton
This quirky restaurant is the perfect mix of Mediterranean meets Middle East and exemplifies loud flavours packed with herbs and spice. Wood Fired Shakshuka or Mediterranean Bruschetta will play as a flavour explosion in your mouth, making this more than just your usual brunch feast. When you leave, pick up a fresh Knafeh or biscotti and stash it in the handbag for later.
289 Halifax Street, Adelaide
For those active enthusiasts, Commissary sits perched looking over Victoria Park racetrack, so after your morning walk, pop across the road and indulge in some of the best brunch around. Eat your way through Red Velvet Waffles, pretty pink Smoothie bowls and Big Breaky Burgers. Reward yourself with a cheeky breakfast tipple or wash your brunch down with a cold pressed green juice.
160 Fullarton Road, Rose Park
This quaint French brasserie located in Ebenezer place is sure to have you feeling like you are sipping café au lait in the heart of Paris, with the tiled facade outside inspired by the ever-bustling Parisian metro stations. Known to serve one of the best brunches in Adelaide, their French-inspired menu is effervescent. From Croque Monsieur to Cassoulet du Petit Dejeuner, and for those real risk-takers they even serve Sscargots a L'ail - Snails served in garlic butter. Delicious...
11 Ebenezer Place, Adelaide
Loving our edit of the best brunch in Adelaide and hungry for more? Don't stop at brunch, check out our favourite restaurants in North Adelaide for a must-have meal, or maybe enjoy a meal by the seaside in Glenelg. Want to go a little further? Then check out our round-up of the best wineries around South Australia for an afternoon tipple.
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