An all-new brekkie burger joint has opened up down south, which is a major win for those of us who like to over-indulge when it comes to brunch.
Just in time for the easing of restrictions, Cheffy Chelby’s opened up earlier this month in the heart of Port Noarlunga.
Initially a food truck, Cheffy Chelby’s is the project of chef Michelle Lowe, who started the business after being made redundant during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“I needed to cook for people, I needed my passion back and I needed a reason to get dressed everyday,” says Michelle.
It was then when she was grabbing a coffee from a local cart that she had idea of starting up a food truck.
As a smashed avo, bacon and egg aficionado, brunch seemed like the most fitting choice for Michelle and with eateries limited to takeaway only brekkie rolls seemed like the most convenient way to satisfy people’s brunch cravings on the go.
Within weeks, Michelle had a permit, purchased a food truck and Cheffy Chelby’s was up and running.
But with winter on the horizon and rising costs, a food truck just didn’t seem viable, so the decision was made to move Cheffy Chelby’s to a proper shopfront down in Port Noarlunga.
“Port Noarlunga is an amazing little town with great places to eat, it’s the place to be down south during Summer,” Michelle says.
Nestled in between Harvest of India and Jimmy’s Fish & Chips, Cheffy Chelby’s combines the best parts of brunch into one neat tiger roll.
Offering traditional brekkie burger staples such as the bacon n’ egg roll and the halloumi burger, diners can also become acquainted with some newer takes on the traditional brekkie burger such as The Love Bite roll with bacon, egg, spinach, smashed avo, balsamic strawberries and toasted seeds.
The brunch spot also offers plenty of options for those who are vegan or gluten-free-including wheat-rolls for those who want to get the full burger experience.
Fancy a bevvy with your meal? You choose from an assortment of drinks to wash your burger down including barista-made coffee, hot chocolate, milkshakes and smoothies.
Cheffy Chelby’s is also quite big on supporting local, with 90% of their stock coming from local suppliers and bakeries to ensure that their food is only made with the freshest of ingredients.
Open seven days a week from 8:30 to 2:30, Cheffy Chelby’s is currently limited to three diners inside and seven outside due to COVID-19 restrictions.
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If you’re in the mood for a scrumptious brekkie burger head on down to Cheffy Chelby’s at 24a Saltfleet Street, Port Noarlunga.