If there is one thing South Australian’s love, it’s brunch. Here’s 20 to try! 

Karma and Crow
249-251 Richmond Road, Richmond 

Nestled on Richmond Road, Karma and Crow are constantly updating their menu with mouth-watering dishes that include, tempting Earl Grey panna cotta and hotcakes with maple pancetta and blue cheese to name a few. 


Coffee Institute
96 Walkerville Terrace, Walkerville 

What was once a tiny coffee shop on North East Road is now a trendy Walkerville cafe complete with inviting interior, outstanding coffee and amazing eats. Coffee Institute pride themselves on their Insta-worthy dishes that are almost too pretty to eat. 


160 Fullarton Road, Rose Park 

Looking for a new post-Lofty breakfast spot? Whether you’re a sweet tooth or you’re a big brekky kind of guy, Commissary in Rose Park covers all ground. Located close to the city, it’s also a great spot if you’re wanting to go shopping afterwards! 



Froth & Fodder
41 Mortimer Street, Kurralta Park 

With vintage furniture and a relaxed vibe, this unpretentious cafe creates mouthwatering dishes that make it difficult to choose just one. If you’re feeling indulgent, their pancakes make for the ideal treat.


Mister Sunshine’s
32 George Street, Thebarton 

It’s a big call, but we’ve been through our fair share of coffee and Mister Sunshine’s is 10/10. The Thebarton cafe is a great spot in summer as they have a beautiful outdoor area surrounded by greenery, making it the perfect place to bring your furry friends! 


50 Six One
Hyde Park / Mt Barker / Prospect 

Is there anything 50 Six One can’t do? Just when we thought they had mastered the dessert game, they pull out all the stops with their brekky menu. Serving crowd-pleasers including smashed avo, the team are also creating quirky dishes that incorporate classic flavours including their golden boy dish featuring potato, bacon and cheese filled spring rolls doused in hollandaise sauce and topped with two poached eggs. 


Loose Caboose
21 First Street, Hindmarsh 

Loose Caboose is another venue with brilliant coffee (including pour over and cold brew varieties and the cafe’s own house blend). Featuring an all-day brunch menu, Loose Caboose is perfect for those days when you want to enjoy breakfast at 1pm!  


4/49 Jetty Road, Brighton 

Did someone say chicken and pancakes? Cream (Coffee Rules Everything Around Me) is a hole-in-the-wall breakfast joint on Brighton’s Jetty Road. Gaining popularity with their glazed doughnut breakfast sandwiches, it’s onne of our favourite spots. Their quirky creations continue to take social media by storm with menu items such as bacon pancakes.  


Peter Rabbit 
234-244 Hindley Street, Adelaide 

Where else can you go where there are rabbits roaming around while you dig into your meal? Peter Rabbit on Hindley Street is one of those beautiful cafes that turns heads as you drive/walk past. With a lush garden atmosphere, it makes for a lovely spot to enjoy breakfast.  


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Snacks 🍔🍉☕️

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The Coffee Barun
219 Main North Road, Sefton Park 

The best eggs benedict in South Australia hands down goes to The Coffee Barun! Tremendous portions, a rustic, inviting interior and beautiful plates make this Sefton Park eatery one of our absolute top picks! Roasting their own specialty coffee on site with beans available for purchase, they make a damn good latte too! 


Hey Jupiter
11 Ebenezer Pl, Adelaide 

This French inspired brasserie has it all. From French classics including escargot, steak tartare and croquet monsieur to croissants and eggs your way, Oui S’il vous plaît. 


The Flinders St Project
276 Flinders Street, Adelaide 

If you’re looking for a great coffee before a day in the city, The Flinders St Project is just for you! We can’t go past the bircher muesli and chilli scramble… 


UR Caffe
117 Melbourne St, North Adelaide 

A twist on traditional brunch favourites, UR Caffe creates amazing dishes combining locally sourced and grown ingredients with Thai flavour influence. If you’re a matcha latte lover, meet you’re new local! 


E for Ethel
Shop 7/116 Melbourne Street, North Adelaide  

 A space dedicated to the local bakers, artisans and designers in South Australia, E for Ethel is a shopping and dining experience all in one. Containing a menu filled with produce from 


Argo on the Parade
212 The Parade, Norwood 

A visit to Argo’s is practically a rite of passage in Adelaide. The popular café, located on the Parade boasts a menu to suit (literally) everyone. From beautiful raw slices and a long list of healthy smoothies to indulgent dishes such as, French toast and burgers, even your pickiest friends will leave satisfied.  


Café Troppo
42 Whitmore Square, Adelaide 

Located just outside of the hustle and bustle of the city you’ll find Café Troppo. With a menu that changes with the seasons, there’s always something new to try. The ideal Sunday brunch spot complete with tasty turmeric lattes.   


Corner Store Café
23 Swift Ave, Dulwich 

 Take a seat in the vine covered courtyard, sipping on a red velvet latte before you dig in to tantalising dishes that include fried chicken baked tortillas, baked eggs and coconut chia pudding!  


Exchange Coffee
1-3/12-18 Vardon Ave, Adelaide 

 Baked ricotta gnocchi, Barossa smoked chicken and daily soup specials, make Exchange Coffee on Vardon Avenue a must-visit with locals. 


Pickle in the Middle
134 Unley Rd, Unley 

Boasting modern-takes on café fare, Pickle in the Middle serves up classics like poached eggs, as well as unique items including mushroom and grits and sardines on toast! 


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Avocado salad bowl with pickled watermelon 😋

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Zitto Café
Golden Grove Village Shopping Centre, Golden Grove
Tea Tree Plaza, Modbury  

 Gracing the north-eastern suburbs is new kid on the block Zitto. Expect fresh juices, all day breakfast menus and unbeatable burgers! 


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Tucked just inside the Golden Grove shopping haven, @zitto_cafe has been pumping out some seriously insta-worthy meals. When we found ourselves in the area, we knew we had to stop by for a (very late) breakfast!! Menu – all winner, no filler. Went with “The Whole Hog” (bacon, poachies, chorizo, mushies, grilled matas, baked beans and a hashbrown served on toasted sourdough) and the “Zitto French Toast” (as sounds made with brioche & topped with Nutella & banana, icecream & whipped cream) washed down with two lattes + extra shot in each & one apple+pear+watermelon juice. They recommended the juice. They were right. Get the juice. The Whole Hog was enormous. Definitely had heaps of food there to satisfy the largest of hungers, bacon was cooked to perfection and very tasty. The French Toast was plentiful, definitely enjoyed the opportunity to mix up the icecream / fresh cream combo – and while it was delicious, wished I went the lemon curd / blueberry option instead. Eggs – tasty 4/5 Coffee – epic, were needed and well received 4.5/5 Overall – This place was PUMPING when we stopped by and we see why, the standard is high and the service is friendly. Great location for people watching, bring your fur-children and sit outside. Family friendly, caters for larger groups and definitely worth a suss if you are in the area, 4/5. Definitely keen to come back and try the other delicious sounding meals on their menu! Have you been somewhere that you think we need to try – shoot us a DM or tag us in your pics!!

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