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Nico Japanese Fusion Cafe

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Published November 16th 2014

Nico is a Japanese Fusion Cafe which recently opened at 81 Franklin Street, Adelaide.

"Nico" in Japanese means to smile and is one of the few Japanese cafes located in the CBD. It is conveniently located opposite Quest on King William.

In this unique space, which is surrounded with traditional Japanese decor, the team at Nico offer a host of delights which are sure to tempt your tastebuds.

To start, the breakfast menu features their signature tamago thick toast, followed with pizza toast and tuna toast. A range of sandwiches, Aussie breakfasts, toast and burgers are also available.

The lunch menu has 10 different kinds of hot dog rolls, such as teriyaki chicken dog roll, rbi fry dog roll (Japanese deep fried crumbed prawn with cabbage, tartare sauce and aurora sauce) and sausage dog roll (sausage with curry cabbage, your choice of ketchup, mustard or BBQ sauce).

There are also 7 types of the Doria (rice casseroles) available, including edamame prawn, chicken and pumpkin.

For those with a sweet tooth, there are different kinds of homemade waffles on offer, including maple, banana caramel, matcha, berry berry and strawberry choco, as well as 7 kinds of sundae cups.

There are also homemade cakes and brownies available in the display.

If you are looking a different style of cafe experience, check out Nico cafe!

You can keep an eye on all their latest creations by liking the 'Facebook' profile.

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Where: 81 Franklin street, Adelaide, South Australia 5000
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