Photog, foodie, travel enthusiast and curious observer who has recently moved to Adelaide.
Published April 10th 2015
A hidden charm waiting to be discovered
Piccadilly Kitchen, Adelaide Hills
If you are looking for a new breakfast haunt, this might be the place for you. It's popular amongst locals, with a loyal following of patrons who the staff know by name - this is Piccadilly Kitchen.
Piccadilly Kitchen is tucked away in the Adelaide Hills and is open Friday and Saturdays for Breakfast and Lunch. The cafe has a unique quaint rustic charm and friendly staff atmosphere that draws people in; the menu is small but is all made in house. In my sampling, I found it to be fresh and delicious. I had the house special which was whipped feta with avocado, balsamic tomatoes on homemade buttermilk bread.
Feta, Avocado, Tomato with Balsamic on Buttermilk Bread
The furnishings are eclectic which only adds to the charm of the place; an assortment of jams/jellies, chutneys & pickles and other delicious accompaniments are on offer to purchase. They also have herbs and plants out front and there were persimmons, limes and figs for sale. It's a wonderfully charming location nestled in the idyllic Adelaide Hills - one definitely worth the visit.