Header image: Uniqorn Eats.
Looking for brunch that’s as pretty as it is tasty? Grenfell Street’s Uniqorn Eats has you covered!
The colourful café has brought their much-loved brekky tacos back to their menu, and they look amazing. The loaded meal comes with three taco “tortillas” that are actually buttermilk pancakes, topped with Streaky bacon, cheesy scrambled egg, and maple syrup.
The dish can also be made vegan with plant-based egg and avocado. This is not the only dish that can be made vegan, with the café accommodating lots of dietary restrictions.
The two-story café is known for their kaleidoscope menu, featuring dishes such as rainbow smoothie bowls, pancakes, and Golden Gaytime waffles.
While not every item is multicoloured, rainbow is certainly a theme of the menu.
“We’re serving rainbow hummus toast, and rainbow toasties,” says co-owner Nakita Cattonar, who opened the café with Nick Millgan.
Social responsibility is a big focus for Nakita and Nick, with Uniqorn to use biodegradable packaging, and renewable energy.
Nakita says she wants the café to be a place where all are welcome, and tells me Uniqorn is partnering with Minus 18, a charity that creates safe spaces for at risk LGBTQ youth.
As for the name?
“Nick just kind of got inspired out of the blue,” chuckles Nakita. “It’s different, like we are.”
You can find the café at 226 Grenfell St, Adelaide.