The Bakery is open 24 hours a day and sells your general Bakery fare; pies, sausage rolls, doughnuts and buns hot/cold drinks. This place is highly recommended. The range of baked goods, both sweet and savoury, is good and there is an ever changing 'pie of the month' which can entice anyone willing to try something new.
This is the gem of the south! Located on Moana beach this place prides itself on under promising but over delivering! From the outside it may not appear anything glamorous but it's quirky mismatched decor gives it warmth and character that is unmatched by the colder sterile atmosphere created at more modern eateries.
This is a delightful bakery reminiscent of a bygone era, before mass production and chain stores. The friendly bakers offer good customer service and the bakery oozes with 19th century charm. Bakers make great pies and vegetarian pasties they also produce tasty seasonal gifts, such as steamed Christmas puddings, on the premises.
The Hyde Park Bakery is fairly new, and is really nicely laid out inside. It has a spacious dining area where patrons can sit down with a coffee and cake, and doesn't feel crowded like a lot of bakeries They make soft loaf of French bread with a crispy top, ciabatta, turkish bread, donuts and much more.
Captain Butlers Cafe is a fantastic place for parents to go with their kids and an ideal place for mothers groups to meet. It is very big and spacious, with plenty of room for prams. There are lots of tables and chairs and two groups of comfy couches. Brewed coffee, hot drinks, juices, home-style sweet treats, freshly made scones.
A great selection of coffee. The barristers are very knowledgable and are able and willing to take your taste buds on a journey. Food is spectacular!
Whisk is a gorgeous old building on Goodwood Road with a counter filled with flans, cakes, tortes, tarts and croissants. Running more as a french patisserie than a food cafe, Whisk serves their flans and cakes by the slice or the whole slab with a range of flat-breads and sandwiches.
The HMS Buffalo is moored in the Patawolonga in Glenelg. It is an exact replica of the vessel that bought free settlers to South Australia in 1836- a perfect way to explore some local history. Families are especially catered for with their own dining area complete with a children’s play area called ‘Buzby’s Brig’.
REAL chocolate is the currency of San Churro – it is their life work, and they are devoted – some would say fanatical – about delivering the very best chocolate experience possible to like-minded devotees. It’s a project of passion that they undertake with a fierce dedication to fine ingredients, a nod to chocolate’s wonderfully rich history, and a devotion to having fun and enjoying the journey.
The décor is great, bohemian rustic with plenty of rusted metals and rough timbers all over. It matches very well with the Rustic Loaves and Baguettes.There is a street side cabinet full of premade baguettes, cakes and hot pastries that temp the eyes and noses as you walk past. Delicious danishes and brownies. A must for Adelaide coffee goers.
The food is traditional Bakery style, with lots of hot pastries to choose from and a beautiful array of yummy cakes. There are party pies, pasties and sausage rolls available to purchase individually which are perfect for little ones and on our visit they were happy to cut a pasty in half for my children and served it on quality plastic plates with plastic cutlery and sauce on the side.
Incredible cupcakes and South Australian roasted Mahalia Coffee - it can't get better. BTS is the staple store to visit when this craving hits and their cupcakes definitely are better than many other bakeries which focus solely on this product. The staff are sugary sweet and attentive, bedecked in their pink uniforms amidst a sea of pink decor which gives the place a saccharine feminine vibe.
Patisseries speciality is the finer things in life, danishes, éclairs, macarons, tarts, and quiches. Mulots has a speciality of making these treats even more delicious than one can imagine. They also have a range of beverages to taste along with your delicacy.
This place specialises in coffee and really doesn't need to do much else to impress. They have done a great job sourcing unique teas, coffees and chais. Their gourmet tea range is hand made in the Barossa Valley, the wine roses seems to be a popular brew. They also have an interesting selection of hot chocolate including African Red, orange and organic.
The Alberton hotel prides itself on being family-friendly. This is clearly evidenced by their superb restaurant, which sports a stack of electronic games and play activities, and a special kid's menu alongside the more grown-up selection of affordable Asian and Australian dishes. It's the perfect place to let the kids run riot, without feeling guilty.