Heading west down Flinders Street looking for Edesia Cafe, you may get briefly confused by the serviced apartments where Google Maps says the cafe should be. Worry not — the cafe is tucked on the ground floor of the Avani Adelaide Residences, so you’d be in the right place.
Having opened late last year, Edesia Cafe is a dining experience that aims to have you coming back for more, whether you’re eating in or grabbing something on the go.
The menu features breakfast and lunch dishes, with plenty of classics, alongside some staple options that have been given an Edesia flair.
Pop by for the most important meal of the day and choose from smashed avo on rye (with eggs, feta, and dukka, of course) or shakshuka.
For something more simple and light, Edesia Cafe is also serving up house bircher with soaked raisins and granny smith apples; toasted granola with greek yoghurt, macerated oranges, and poached pear; and even egg white omelettes packed with greens!
Lunch on the brain? We love the sound of the sesame-soya chicken soba noodles with bokchoy, the poke bowl (featuring almost every colour of the rainbow), or for something a little fancier, the jamon de serrano and rock melon salad.
Edesia Cafe are also cooking up a range of sandwiches and burgers, including a Rueben, a beer-battered fish burger, and a delightful-sounding hot and sweet brisket roll.
You can take care of your coffee needs here too, with barista made coffee using beans roasted by Nomad Coffee Group from Melbourne.
They are also mixing up a range of smoothies and juices for those of us who need a little help keeping up with our two and five everyday.
With such a bright and breezy interior, plus some of the most delightful looking food, we’re pretty sure Edesia Cafe is going to be our next lunch haunt!
You can find Edesia Cafe at 176 Franklin Street.
Check them out on Facebook for more mouth-watering pics of their meals!