20 Oct Best Breakfast Spots in Adelaide
We love a good brekky! You’re spoilt for choice down at the bay. So we’ve pulled together our best breakfast spots in Adelaide and Glenelg to help connect you with the best coffee, eggs and bacon in town!
Grind It Glenelg
Grind It probably has the most variety in their menu. It offers everything from traditional breakfasts to wraps, rotis, brioches and sandwiches. Ingredients are always fresh and their breakfasts are always full of flavour! The café / breakfast bar is a small, cosy spot often packed with people. We recommend booking a place just in case. Our favourite thing on the menu is ‘Green Eggs and Ham’. Scrambled egg and basil pesto, served on ciabatta bread with thin slices of ham. Delicious! You’ll find Grind It on 4 Moseley Street, Glenelg.
This little café is tucked away on 2 Gordon Street Glenelg. It has a super cool, eclectic, hipster vibe to it with bright shutters along the wall and mismatched tables and chairs. The coffee is hands down the best in town! They do more than just coffees. They’ve got a great selection of fresh juices, smoothies, teas and flavoured lattes too. The food here is the real winner though. All freshly prepared and full of flavour. We recommend the Turkish breakfast – a massive serving of pita bread, smothered in garlic yogurt and pine nuts, topped with perfectly poached eggs and sprinkles of cayenne pepper. Very unique and insanely delicious!
The Organik Store and Café
This place offers ‘Organik’ food with an all-day breakfast menu, delicious burgers and seasonal specials. They also have a store where you can buy organic products, including; breads, fresh produce, grains, pasta, dairy, soaps and more. If you’re vegetarian, vegan, gluten or lactose intolerant Organik is the place to go! They do Zymil dairy lactose free (non-organic), Almond Mylk (freshly pressed every day), Quinoa Mylk, Oat Mylk, Coconut Mylk, Rice Mylk, Soy and Bon-Soy. They can even do half and half if you wish. Recommended brekky here is the smashed avo. The Organik Store and Café is on 37 Broadway, Glenelg.
My Kingdom for a Horse
If you’re in the city we highly recommend My Kingdom for a Horse. They source A grade coffee beans from local and foreign producers and change their brews all the time depending on what fresh stock they have in. The decor is very 70s inspired with funky wall art and booths. Their breakfasts range from the plain and simple vegemite on toast to large, more filling breakfasts. The staff are lovely and friendly too! You’ll find the cafe on 191 Wright St, Adelaide.