My Kingdom for a Horse boasts bright colours, greenery, and retro wall art, not to mention the colourful, hearty meals, and speciality coffee.
Recipient of the awards for Best Breakfast Adelaide & Best Cafe Dining Adelaide for the 3rd year running, you know your weekend brunch is in safe hands at this local hotspot.
Warm up this Winter with spicy Shakshouka, cooked to perfection over 24 hours, or vegetarian Huevos Rancheros topped with avo.
Chef Emily Raven has a Masters in Gastronomy, experience as a lecturer at Le Cordon Bleu and William Angliss, and previously owned and operated the award-winning Café 54.
It is thereby no surprise that My Kingdom boasts a menu that excites (and overwhelms).
Best to go with someone who doesn’t mind sharing to avoid food FOMO.
Classic brunch or lunch dishes are reimagined in an unexpected, curiosity-piquing way.
Think grilled sweet potato and polenta slice topped with avo smash, spicy pumpkin and beetroot hummus, or crispy buttermilk waffles with maple glazed cherries and whipped bourbon butter.
Pair with a carefully curated coffee blend for a meal as thoughtful and as it is delectable. Chat with staff about the current brew, which will be a seasonal, specialty grade blend.
With a commitment to fair trade and an interest in both locally farmed and internationally sourced beans, as well as a curiosity for different processing methods, My Kingdom for a Horse is the perfect place for a coffee snob, or the place to go to learn to talk like one, to sound sophisticated and cultured at parties.
You can even order their own specialty blends for the days you can’t get there, or have decided to keep yourself away, out of fear of buying an accompaniment or three to your coffee, from the sweet treats cabinet.
My Kingdom for a Horse is located just over from the Central Market, at 191 Wright St.
Open 7am – 4pm Monday to Friday
8am – 4pm on Weekends and public holidays