Birthday brunching at The Little Soho, a Spanish tapas bar and newest kid on the block on Flinders Street which is also located downstairs from the boutique hotel–Clarion Hotel Soho.
Spanish chef Alfonso Ales and Naomi Growden who hailed from the Thrift Shop Bar have teamed up to open the cafe and tapas bar, with the interior design left to Claire Kneebone, who’s impressive work can also be seen at 2KW and Peel St.
Admittedly, the main drawing card to visit was their hot beverages. Insert fancy coffees. Red velvet lattes, matcha lattes and golden mylk (tumeric and cinnamon). Intriguing!
Red velvet latte; $4.50
Red velvet latte… which is really made up of beetroot cacao. Interestinggggggggg. Very earthy and somewhat bland. As striking and pretty as the latte as it was, I’m definitely sticking with the usual roasted coffee bean variety!
Spanish baked eggs; $18.00
Mmmm Spanish baked eggs with baked beans, serrano ham, chorizo and organic sourdough. Pretty satisfying for a morning meal and tasty too.
Smashed avocado and grilled haloumi with organic sourdough, cherry tomatoes, Spanish onion, coriander, lime and soft poached egg; $16.00
Brunch is served during the day, and come night fall, The Little Soho transforms into an an intimate indoor and outdoor wine bar serving tapas.
The Little Soho
264 Flinders Street
Adelaide SA 5000
P 08 8412 5600