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Best Brunch Spots East of Adelaide

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Published July 26th 2014
Stop by for Brunch just east of Adelaide
Part II in the search for the perfect place to grab brunch. One of the best things about Adelaide is that there is so much new popping up, or quite modestly tucked away, and even some places are almost underground (some of these can turn out to be so precious that I am torn by wanting to keep it a secret and let you all know). I've noticed it takes more time than expected to find the perfect spot, wow while I thought there were just a few spots, I started with a list of 3 I've actually uncovered so many that I'll split it up a little into areas to make it easier to read. And I am just mentioning the best spots that I come across, otherwise I'll be writing the yellow pages, so interested in a super delicious brunch here are some of the best places to eat East of the city.

PAVE

This hip little outside hotspot is an extension of Trak Cycles, and a key spot to stop at if your out for a cycle as they have wall brackets on which to hang your bike – which then turns into a part of the décor, as the bikes hanging there tend to get admired by all. It's simple, and yet has that ,you could be anywhere in the world' vibe which I love, the coffee pretty good and the best breakfast I've tried so far is the poached eggs with smashed avocado and feta on sourdough bread. The place is happening on the weekend, even though it's outside and it's cold, thankfully the outside heaters, small size and popularity of the place keep people pouring back. Website
138b The Parade, Norwood SA 5067

08) 8431 5711

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The corner store
Corner Store Café, Dulwich

This is tucked away down a side street of Greenhill road, so much so that I almost missed it. Nice modern and fresh, I couldn't believe the amount of locals people popping in from the surrounding offices to get their morning fix of coffee. The coffee needless to say was good, and while they didn't have the gas with which to poach my eggs they did let me have scrambled eggs Florentine, which sounds a little dubious yet taste pretty amazing. The desserts all looked amazing, if only I had the room, I'll definitely be back to try a few. I also loved the relaxed local atmosphere which instantly made you feel at home, and the staff were also uber friendly. What a find!
23 Swift Ave, Dulwich SA 5065

08) 8333 1237

GG's Café,

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GG's in Dulwich
I was recommended this place while in the IGA, funnily enough, otherwise I would have completely missed it. It's part of the little shopping village on corner of Dulwich ave and was jammed when I went there on a Sunday afternoon with anyone and everyone living nearby popping in for some coffee, cake or brunch. The cakes looked especially amazing and are on the list to try when I get back there but for now I tried the full vegetarian breakfast that didn't disappoint. It was huge with roasted mushrooms, tomatoes, scrambled eggs, grilled halloumi cheese on sourdough. Let me tell you, it's such a treat to see vegetarians being catered for. There was a great selection for vegetarians and meat eaters alike, and I already know I'll be trying the eggs florentine on my next visit! The produce was all local fresh, free range produce – I also always appreciate seeing small business supporting local small business - it's what makes it all work. Service was also just impeccable, this was a true gem and highly recommended.
68 Dulwich Ave Dulwich, SA 5065
08) 8364 1953
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What about Gillberries?
by James Newcombe (score: 2|359) 1791 days ago
There's also Espresso Royale on Magill Road. They are worth checking out. Organic produce, a beautiful garden, and funky furniture and staff. 😀
by Annal (score: 0|2) 1594 days ago
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