Ranked in the top 10 coffee joints around Adelaide, we had been itching to visit Coffee Amigo. Finally we had a chance to pop into this tiny little shop in John Street Salisbury. My husband is an absolute coffee snob so he had a good hard look at the menu, beans, and the equipment before we both decided it had been a long warm day for us and we would give the iced coffee a go.
His option was a milk-free option and mine the soy. What can we say, the coffee was award-winning an absolutely incredible blend of El Salvadorian beans that was not ruined by the fact that it was delivered in an 'iced' form and the amount of cream produced in the no milk option of iced coffee just shows the perfection that was delivered.
Julio, the owner, greeted us with a friendly face as we went in to order and as we sat there sipping on our coffees, he took the time to have a nice little chat with us. Upon the wall was some unique artwork from El Salvador which one featured the local cuisine being prepared; pupusa. Upon Googling this cuisine I realised they also served breakfast and lunch in which I asked Julio what kind of food they prepared.
He ran off and quickly returned, handing over the menu which explains all the different Salvadorian dishes they prepared. He excitedly directed us over to display cabinet where he had a variety of lunch tortillas available. The menu included a variety of vegetarian and vegan options and after explaining to us what each traditional dish contained, he asked if we were meat eaters or not and if there was something on the menu that we wanted an adaption to, he would be happy to cater to us. I can not wait to return and see if this delicious menu tastes as good as it sounds.