I'm a mother, wife, writer and online store owner. I've lived in the southern suburbs of Adelaide all my life.
Published November 5th 2019
You're certain to find something here you'll love
Cream Cheese Brownie
Since a young age, I have been vegetarian. I've tried meat a few times over the years but I still can't do it. Whether you're vegetarian, vegan or have allergies, finding somewhere that caters to your needs is not always easy; especially in the suburbs.
So imagine a cafe that's vegan and gluten free making your choices not just more vast, but also easier - no more checking the menu and asking for a list of ingredients for every item. Imagine a sweet little cafe tucked away in the southern suburbs of Adelaide near the beach.
Despite living nearby and the cafe having been open almost a year now, it has taken me until recently to visit and I can guarantee I'll be back.
Walking into the little cafe with light coloured wooden furniture, handmade items for sale and music playing gently we were greeted by a friendly lady behind the counter. It was a good thing we visited in the morning because by the time lunchtime rolled around (as we were finishing our meals), the little cafe was buzzing.
The menu includes delicious meals including nachos, nourish bowls, pesto toast and a variety of other vegan and gluten free items.
The usual coffee and tea is also available with a choice of various dairy free milks as well as hot chocolate, smoothies and the irresistible milkshakes. Peanut butter and chocolate milkshakes were chosen by most in our group and they were delicious! Other options include peppermint choc, snickers and banana, caramel and vanilla. Again, all with choices of milk type.
Peanut Butter Chocolate Milkshake
Tip: Don't set your heart on a particular meal until you get to the counter to order. When you see the cakes on display in the glass cabinet, you will change your mind and go straight for the sweets (or at least, that's what I did).
Prices were very reasonable and I can highly recommend the gingerbread cheesecake.
Head to Fuzzy Wombat's Kitchen at Port Noarlunga South for a nice meal and then walk along the beautiful nearby beach - or why not get takeaway and eat and drink on the beach itself?
With a small, clean area for children to play, the cafe is definitely child friendly and my son can confirm their vegan biscuits are delicious.