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.
Gladstone Road, Mile End
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.
Froth and Fodder serve fresh home made juices along with real coffee made with local products.
Froth and Fodder Cafe
1/41 Mortimer Street, Kurralta Park
Meander through the picturesque Adelaide Hills and head towards Hawthorndene, where you will find the iconic Joan’s Pantry.
Located 20 minutes from the Adelaide CBD, it is situated close to a lovely park for the kids and a great spot for dog walkers.
Specialising in breakfast menu, Joan’s Pantry is also open for lunch and offer takehome ready meals for people on the go.
They have freshly squeezed juices and a variety of delicious homemade cakes including Gluten Free Options.
It’s a great place for a Sunday drive into the foot hills of Adelaide.
7 Watahuna Ave, Hawthorndene
If your looking for a lunch time catch up with friends or business associates, then try Modinetti Cafe in Torrensville.
Based in the western suburbs just on the outskirts of the Adelaide CBD, Modinetti’s bring you homestyle Calabrian food that will make your mouth melt.
On arrival with a group ten people, I was wondering how we would all fit in the small boutique venue, but then found out they had an outdoor area at the rear of the venue which catered for larger groups.
We were greeted by the Head Chef, who ran through the menu for us. This was a nice touch.
I had the Penne Salsicce which features italian sausage, marinated eggplant & roasted capsicum in a tomato sauce with a hint of chilli. I found the aroma reminded me of a typical italian home cook meal, so you know that the taste was going to be satisfying.
Meal size serves were generous and meals were quite well priced.
146B Henley Beach Rd
Rosey’s at Unley is another cute café.
It has an outdoor area, great to enjoy your meal while enjoying the sun and a decent area inside especially if you have a pram (if your like me always making a scene with the pram and bumping into tables and chairs hahahaha….).
Breakfast is served all day and the lunch menu changes on a regular basis. Previously I have had one of their salads and they know how to use different ingredients and make a fresh salad taste delicious.
Kristina and I shared the roasted pumpkin and parsnip soup (served with toast) and today I had a freshly squized juice of carrot, orange and ginger (great combo to fight the cold).
139 Unley Road, Unley