Sad:Cafe, Rundle Street East, Adelaide

sad cafe, ebenezer place
Shopfront, Coorong Angus pastrami: tomato chutney, cucumber, Paris Creek cheddar, pastrami and baby spinach toasted on organic sourdough; $9.00, chocolate brownie

Cute little ‘hipster’ cafe on Ebenezer Place parallel to Rundle Street serving simple food at affordable prices, most (or all) items under a tenner! Score!

sad cafe, ebenezer place
Bruschetta: cherry tomatoes, Paris Creek gouda and basil dressed with olive oil on toasted pumpkin bread; $9.00

Looks pretty damn delicious aye?

sad cafe, ebenezer place
Dukkah and salmon salad: cos lettuce, avocado, Shiraz sauce and Harris smoked salmon topped with Kurianda dukkah; $9.00

This was delightful! So much flavour from the smoked salmon and loads of crunch from the lettuce leaves and heap of aromatic dukkah. They weren’t scrimp on the avocado (I swear it was almost a whole one!) which added a touch of creaminess and my daily dosage of vitamin C 😉 along with the Shiraz sauce which combined all the individual components together. Delicious and healthy!

Food: 4/5
Service: 3.5/5
Value: 3.5/5
Ambience: 4/5


Shop 4 Ebenezer Place
Adelaide SA 5000

Opening hours
Mon-Thu 8am-4pm
Fri 8am-6.30pm
Sat 9am-4pm
Sun and public holidays closed

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2 comments for “Sad:Cafe, Rundle Street East, Adelaide

  1. Ann
    March 27, 2013 at 12:12 AM

    That food looks delicious and obviously impressed you D! It looks pretty generous to me too.

  2. April 10, 2013 at 4:56 AM

    The bruschetta looks amazing! Definitely planning on checking this place out soon!

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