Cafe Piatto, Adelaide

A quick catch up with the girls on a Friday afternoon after work thanks to Tina for organising. We all found ourselves meeting at Cafe Piatto down Rundle Street, a haven of cafes, bars, restaurants and boutiques.

cafe piatto

garlic prawns
Garlic prawns, pan tossed tiger prawns, cooked in a white wine & cream sauce with spring onion & garlic. Served on a bed of steamed rice & vegetables, $29.00

chicken salad
Chicken salad grilled tenderloins served on a bed of mixed lettuce, fresh tomato, cucumber, spanish onion, capsicum, avocado & fetta cheese, topped with streaks of mayonnaise & dijon mustard, $22.50

salt and pepper squid
Salt and pepper squid, salad oven baked scrolls of squid, served on a bed of mixed lettuce, fresh tomato, cucumber, spanish onion, capsicum, and topped with streaks of mayonnaise & caramelised balsamic sauce, $18.50 – I was told that the squid had a weird and strange texture which didn’t taste quite right. Definitely a blunder.


Bocconcini cheese focaccia with sun-dried tomato, roast capsicum and eggplant, $12.00 – Surprisingly this was extremely flavourful and filling.

I can’t say that I enjoyed the food that much, but hopefully dessert would make up for it!

Food: 2.5/5 – meh
Service: 2.5/5
Value: 2/5 – expensive for average cafe food
Ambience: 3/5

-d

Cafe Piatto
264 Rundle Street
Adelaide SA 5000
P 08 8223 4738


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2 comments for “Cafe Piatto, Adelaide

  1. Theresa
    September 18, 2011 at 12:22 PM

    Hi, i reccomend u come and see all the new changes ! Under new management !! It’s awsome now! Best cafe/ restaurant now i think

    • dbites
      September 20, 2011 at 3:10 AM

      Thanks for the heads up, might drop by for lunch one day. :)

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