It seems as if the folks at East End Cellar have moved across the road to their new premises (still on Vardon Avenue which connects to Ebenezer Place), boasting a larger area with seating available for wine drinkers and antipasto platter peckers. We were walking along Rundle Street looking for a quick snack to bite just before a full blown dinner feast at home when I spotted the front facade of East End Cellar through the alleyway between Street ADL and Cocolat. We made a sharp turn and headed straight in. Their new digs definitely felt a lot more open and inviting (and noticeable) and instantly got our interests.
Wine for purchase to take home, or to sit and drink.
Small ploughmans platter; $20.00
Whilst the stranger opted for a glass of red during our lazy late Sunday arvo, I happily grazed on the small antipasto platter with an assortment of cheese, meats, beetroot chutney, mini pickles, pickled onions, fresh pear slices and bread and water crackers. Simple lazy eats, yum!
You can also design your own platter by choosing from a selection of meats and cheeses. Not keen on a ploughmans platter? They’ve also got toasted sandwiches and small plates (marinated olives, vegetarian frittata and salad) ranging between $4-$16.
I suspect we may be spending a lot more time here over the colder months to chill and warm our bellies up over a few reds. 😉
A really nice and surprisingly quiet spot with Rundle Street and Ebenezer Place within throwing distance.
East End Cellars
22-26 Vardon Avenue
Adelaide SA 5000
P 08 8232 5300