Weekend bites: Uncle Albert’s Cafe and Cafe Brunelli

Uncle Albert’s Cafe

uncle alberts cafe, door stop
Door stop; 7.90

A simple bite of free range poached egg, smashed avocado on 8 seed bread at Uncle Albert’s in the Norwood Mall a few doors down from Nordburger, the door stop lacked some flavour so a bit of salt and pepper did the trick. 😉 Breakfast and lunch is served at Uncle Albert’s with with coffee supplied by local SA roaster Tony D’Angelo of D’Angelo Coffee.

Uncle Albert’s Cafe
Coke Street Mall
Norwood SA 5067
P 08 8332 2565

Opening hours
Mon-Sat 7.30am-5pm
Sun 9am-4pm

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Cafe Brunelli

Cafe Brunelli
Brunelli pasta (fettuccini): blue swimmer crab meat, onions, chilli, garlic and prawns in a rose sauce; $24.90
Salsicce: homemade Italian sausages, jalapeno, chillies, roasted capsicum and Spanish onions; $19.90 (small 10″)

Pizza and pasta was had at Cafe Brunelli opposite Go Go Buffalo, the name might ring a bell as they’ve also got another cafe on Rundle Street. 😉 The Brunelli pasta was reminiscent of the delicious crab pasta at Press* (I’ve heard that they’ve taken it off their menu for the time being – cue nOOoOOoo~). A good alternative to said pasta and will hit the spot if crab pasta cravings should emerge. The pizza we ordered was humungo! Generous on the toppings, good heat from the jalapeno and chillies however the Italian sausages were slightly salty for my taste buds. That aside, major thumbs up for the cooling rack that the pizza sat on so the base crust didn’t get soggy from the heat but major thumbs down for the super slow service! The couple behind us who came in after us and ordered after us got their meal before us. What’s the dealio yo? Waiting a long time for food on roaring bellies ain’t no fun.

Cafe Brunelli
489 Payneham Road
Felixstow SA 5070
P 08 8336 7577

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