Loveon Cafe

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Hidden away in the backstreets in Mile End near the corner of Henley Beach and South Roads is a delightful boutique café which offers a mix of flavours of gourmet cuisines from around the world.

Loveon Cafe, situated on Gladstone Road, has been a buzzing venue which are sure to enjoy.

They offer breakfast and lunch options, however their main feature is their coffee which is grown in Brisbane.

Loveon Café also offer delicious fresh juices and smoothies which are great in the morning as a takeaway on the way to work. Try the Mangosteen Madness it is incredible!

It’s a great spot for a catch up with friends (especially Mums & Bubs as there is plenty of room to move around inside), or a place to have that casual business meeting.

Loveon Café is open everyday from 7am to 5pm except for Tuesdays.

Loveon Cafe
Gladstone Road, Mile End

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The Market Shed on Holland

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I love that there’s always something happening in Adelaide of late, and not only just in mad March.

The Market Shed on Holland is a fabulous place to meet up with family and friends.

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The owners have converted their undercover shed behind their supermarket on Gilles Street into a bustling inner city market.

The Market Shed on Holland is focused on certified organic, sustainable and local produce. It’s a place where you can connect with people who enjoy similar food, in an ornate atmosphere.

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It’s a great place to have breakfast, or have a brunch snack or to buy your fruit and vegetables for the week.

It’s a vibrant market that you have to go and witness for yourself.

The Market Shed on Holland is open every weekend on a Sunday from 9am -3pm.

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The Market Shed on Holland
Holland Street, Adelaide
Open every Sunday from 9am to 3pm

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Devour Cafe Patisserie

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If you have ever been to Devour Dessert Bar at Prospect, then you have to try their new store, Devour Cafe Patisserie, now open at Hilton.

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Situated in the backstreets off Sir Donald Bradman Drive in Hilton, this boutique venue offers a more casual setting.

Devour Cafe Patisserie offers smaller portions of desserts rather than the larger options at their Dessert Bar.

They also offer breakfast and lunch options.

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The service is brought to you with a smile.

Recommend paying this place a visit if you are after coffee and dessert, or maybe for a business meeting.

Devour Cafe Patisserie
52 Davenport Tce, Hilton

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Froth and Fodder Cafe

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Froth and Fodder Cafe is a prized find.

It’s been here for some time, but if you’re not in the know, it’s tricky to find, tucked away behind Kmart Kurralta Park just off Anzac Highway.

Forth and Fodder offers a venue that is not over crowded and noisy, it features a simple menu and its staff are very friendly.

It’s a boutique cafe which serves breakfast and lunch with real authentic food such as Vegie Patch Breakfast with poached eggs, sour dough, mushrooms, zucchinis and capsicum or for lunch try the Fodder Burger with Beef patty, melted cheddar, caramelised onion, lettuce, aioli on a sour dough roll.

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Froth and Fodder serve fresh home made juices along with real coffee made with local products.

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Froth and Fodder Cafe
1/41 Mortimer Street, Kurralta Park

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Pomegranate Cottage & The Big Rocking Horse

Looking for a country outing without the long travel? Then we highly recommend heading to Gumeracha and Birdwood in the glorious Adelaide Hills.

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Only a 40 minute drive East of Adelaide, Gumeracha is home to The Big Rocking Horse and the Toy Factory which share the same site. And for an added bonus, there is a Wildlife Park, where you can feed the animals and birds. It is such a beautiful and unique setting, with native flora and fauna.

Looking for a healthy option for lunch, then we recommend heading to Birdwood to eat at the Pomegranate Cottage.

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Pomegranate Cottage Coffee Shop
18 Shannon Street, Birdwood

The Big Rocking Horse
Torrens Valley Road, Gumeracha

Enzo’s Ristorante

Recently we went to Enzo’s Ristorante on Port Road Hindmarsh ( near the Entertainment Centre). If you are looking for a fancy place to take your date or even to POP the question, this is the place to do it! The waiters are very professional and know how to treat you well and the food, well … my god!

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We went with a large group for a Christmas catch up, we were put into a private room and which made it feel extra glamorous. It is very rare that you have private rooms for dinner.

It was a Tuesday night and the restaurant was packed. You would have thought it was a Friday or Saturday night, and the place had a great vibe!

Sorry guys, I completely forgot to take photos of the meals; i was too busy enjoying the meal. There were certainly no complaints from anyone about the food. Expect to pay that little bit extra for your meals but it is well worth it. .

For our meals we shared antipasto platters with an assortment of smallgoods, cheeses, olives, pickled vegetable and fritata with bread. For main, most got a pasta dish. I ordered the Fettuccine alla moda dell’Umbria (Enzo’s fresh fettuccine, with soppressa (Italian sausage), local and imported mushrooms, Italian truffle paste and cream) and my husband ordered the Spaghetti al sapore di mare (with fresh local seafood, light fresh tomato, olive oil and garlic).

Being a large group meant we did wait a little for our main meals. So, if you go with a large group prepare to wait a little, Especially if they are busy. Honestly, it was totally worth the wait! We were full from the antipasto and it gave us more time to socialise with our friends between courses.

Of course, we had to have dessert ! We were so full but we couldn’t resist. Dimitri and I shared I forgot the proper name of the dessert but it was like a chocolate version of a panacotta. It was delicious and sharing the serve was enough to finish the great evening we had there.

Enzo’s Ristorante
46 Port Rd, Hindmarsh

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Chocolateria San Churro

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There are two San Churro’s in Adelaide, one recently opened in Gouger Street and the other in Rundle Street which has been there for a while now.

I went to the Rundle Street San Churro last Saturday with a couple of girl friends, this was my second time there. This place is alright, however, not a dessert place that is top of my list.

One of my friend had the Churro’s for one with milk chocolate dipping sauce (you have a choice of milk, dark and white chocolate). She liked them but she said she had better and I had a taste of them and agreed with her. They were too hard I think. I had ice cream dark chocolate and caramel. It was tasty but wasn’t going crazy for it.

The first time I went I had a Spanish hot chocolate (with no sugar), it was sweet enough without it and if you have a sweet tooth you will love it. I couldn’t finish it as it was way too rich for me.

The selection of dessert is huge, there would be something for everyone and too many temptations if your watching your waistline.

Chocolateria San Churro
Corner Rundle St & Hutt St

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