Cult Breakfast Destination Nutrition Republic Opens In Glenelg

After building its Kingdom on King William Road, and expanding to Plant 4 in Bowden, the healthy breakfast Kings and Queens from Nutrition Republic and further expanded their realm.

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Above image sourced via Nutrition Republic on Facebook.

After building its Kingdom on King William Road, and expanding to Plant 4 in Bowden, the healthy breakfast Kings and Queens from Nutrition Republic and further expanded their realm.

Today the cult cafe opens its doors on Jetty Road in Glenelg, to further cement their position as one of Adelaide’s iconic foodie destinations.

Serving a range of healthy day offerings from fresh salads, organic espressos, loaded smoothie bowls, raw desserts, superfood smoothies and more.

They’re almost entirely gluten and dairy free so they’re hitting a burgeoning market. As their Bowden outing turns two years old, the Glenelg cafe is the natural progression.

The beachside lifestyle perfectly complements Nutrition Republics ethos of health first. They’re open at 7am onwards so brekkie and coffee is sorted and it’s genuinely good for you. Being a throws away from the ocean doesn’t hurt the eyes either.

Nutrition Republic are all about taking care of our bodies, but not just ours cause every time you buy one of their earth bowls a dollar is donated to charity to help provide clean drinking water to those in need.

They’re open as of today so head to Jetty Road for the start of your health kick.

DETAILS
Where: Shop 10/1 Colley Terrace Glenelg 5045 (corner of Jetty Rd and Durham St)
When: from 7am Monday – Saturday and 8am on Sunday
Contact: 0414674794

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