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Top Brunch Spots in Adelaide – The Finest in Adelaide's Brunch Scene

Brunch is the answer to food-cravings at unconventional times as well as the need for impulsive socialisation. If you're in Adelaide, keep an eye out for these brunch locales.


The Flinders Street Project

There are many reasons why this eatery is one of the most essential eateries in Adelaide, and the most notable factor is their awe-inspiring ceiling comprised entirely of wooden spoons. Despite being a fairly small place, they have a fair range of food to offer. The usual breakfast staples such as poached eggs with smashed avocado are handled perfectly. There's also a glorious range of baked goods such as croissants loaded with cheese and prosciutto ham.


The Annex Cafe

This delightful cafe is situated within the popular beachside suburb of Glenelg, home to much Glenelg Holiday accommodation such as the Oaks Liberty Towers. This is probably one of the best cafes in all of Australia. There's something for everyone, from foodies to vegans. Their various coffees can be ordered with pretty much any sort of milk you can think of, and they make their almond milk in-house. They also have a range of burgers, including a veggie burger that is available at any time including breakfast.


The Loose Caboose

One of the most notable hidden gems where breakfast locales are concerned, The Loose Caboose is situated within the nation's oldest railway station, so you can start out your day enveloped in national history. They offer such indulgent and delicious dishes such as fried truffle mushrooms served on toasted sourdough bread along with poached eggs. Whether you're an adventurous foodie or a health-nut this place will definitely blow your mind. Besides, by taking a visit to this place, you also get to explore one of Australia's hottest suburbs.


The Pantry on Egmont

This absolutely intriguing eatery with a delightfully vintage vibe and a brief yet unforgettable range of options to choose from. Their French toast, which is a cult hit of sorts, is served with vanilla cream cheese, raspberry coulis, pistachio crumble and apricot compote. Simply reading about it probably made your mouth water. They're also known for their sweet-potato hash-browns which accompany their poached eggs. The staff is also known to be welcoming and incredibly friendly. This pantry is a bit of an intimate space, so if you're looking to dine with the family, they have another outlet called Ginger's Coffee Studio on Goodwood Rd.


The Topiary

Although many might feel this is slightly out of the way, breakfast and/or doesn't really get much better than this. Anyone who would happen to glance through the menu at The Topiary would realise that this eatery deals in culinary perfection. Their spectacular meals include examples such as basil and chilli scrambled eggs, roasted tomatoes seasoned with thyme, pepper berry aioli, smoked bacon, home-made sausage with paprika oil served with freshly made garlic-bread. This place is the closest you can come to fine-dining in a brunch setting and is easily a brunch-enthusiast's paradise. This is definitely not a place to be missed out.

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