Let Them Eat
Let Them Eat shop front in the Adelaide Central Market
Adelaide Central Market, this foodies favourite spot for fresh and local produce with gourmet treats for young and old. C-bear and I gunned straight to the Let Them Eat stall inside the market for some healthy vegetarian goodies!
Glass cabinet display of deliciousness
Let Them Eat is locally SA owned and operated by Tanya Agius, a qualified chef with 18 years’ experience in fine dining restaurants. She started LTE as a retail store now turned little cafe serving food on site on Queen Street a few doors down from my usual go-tos: Queen Street Cafe and Red Door Bakery; more quality gems down the one strip! Produce used is seasonal and locally sourced, therefore the food is of quality, freshness and are more than affordable.
Let Them Eat to go box
Light lunch: small item with a choice of 1-2 salads; $12.00
A thick savoury pancake of sweet corn and creamy Danish feta fritter with onion jam with huge scoops of beetroot & lentil salad and Middle Eastern cracked wheat salad. Pure deliciousness with a great balance in flavour, textures and colour.. and it’s all good for you too!
The Yoghurt Shop
The Yoghurt Shop Central Market shop front, front cabinet display with fresh yoghurt flavours, a small tub 240g of raspberry chocolate yoghurt; $4.80
The Yoghurt Shop is Australia’s first fresh yoghurt store, their first store opened in 2004 at the Adelaide Central Markets. Their Greek yoghurt is made from a traditional method handed down through three generations containing all natural ingredients and live cultures, with their base yoghurts containing no cream, gelatine, thickeners, additives or preservatives. I’ve always made a pit stop at their Central Market stall to grab a cup to snack on whilst I wondered around the markets so it was a nice surprise when they sent me some complimentary yoghurt vouchers to redeem. Thanks TYS! 🙂
There is always an array of fresh yoghurt on display with flavours of raspberry chocolate, banana caramel, passionfruit, mixed berry, pear and walnut (just to name a few) or if you’re not satisfied with the flavours on offer, you can select the ‘make up your own flavour combo‘. I couldn’t go past their fresh yoghurts and opted for a small tub of raspberry chocolate: whole fresh raspberries sprinkled with dark and milk chocolate flakes. Mmmmm, juicy tart pops of raspberries complemented by sweet melty chocolate flakes on a bed of light yet creamy yoghurt base. Yummy! Their berry flavours are my usual go-tos, especially their mixed berries (raspberries, blueberries and blackberries) concoction but I thought I’d mix it up a bit on this visit.
Since the opening of their first store, The Yoghurt Shop have now opened 10 stores across Adelaide, click here to find a store near you. 😉