Who needs houses when you can get an epic smashed avo for brunch in Adelaide? It’s fair to say many millenniums enjoy a decent smashed avocado on toast, for a reasonable or a not so reasonable price. We’re all guilty of indulging in the expensive and deliciously fatty green fruit so here are a few of our favourite smashed avocado brekkies you can find right here in Adelaide.
303 By The Sea – 303 Seaview Rd, Henley Beach
If organic coffee and fresh juice isn’t enough, you have to try their avo toast. 303 By The Sea have recently brought out a new autumn smashed avocado toast. On toasted dark rye, smashed avo, pickled beetroot, snow pea tendrils, beetroot chia, apple, sprout and lime pepper dressing. Embrace autumn with this gem.
A Mothers Milk – 105 Unley Rd, Unley
Serving single origin coffee and all day breakfast in bustling Unley, A Mothers Milk is known for it’s avocado toast. Served on two slices of toast with a very generous serve of avocado, topped with dukkah and lemon. This combo is perfectly simple and delicious and adding a poached egg or mushrooms makes it even better. (They put the avocado on one slice of toast so it doesn’t get soggy on both…they look after you).
Argos On The Parade – 212 The Parade, Norwood
Always bustling with customers, Argo’s are a go to spot for a lot of people in Adelaide. You’ll undoubtedly get some Insta-worthy photos of your brekkie. If their extensive menu and cake fridge wasn’t enough, the avocado toast definitely is. Served on organic rye toast with lemon, mint, basil, feta, Egyptian dukkah and cherry tomatoes. They also offer a vegan version with crispy kale and crispy enoki mushrooms.
Biga – 200 Hutt Street, Adelaide
Biga have an array of appetising brekkies ranging from light bites, to decadent smoothie bowls and egg-based dishes. Their seasonal smashed avocado is served on toasted rye with goats cheese, dukkah, cucumber, radish and beetroot puree. It’s pretty perfect, if you ask us.
Caffiend Coffee Company – 1/76 Mt Barker Rd, Hahndorf
Tucked away from the Hahndorf mainstreet, Caffiend Coffee Company invites you in with their smart black and white shop front and bright plants. Apart from in house roasted coffee beans, Caffiend create a delicious avocado breakfast. Dark rye served with smashed avo, charred asparagus, almonds and chilli. Definitely not your classic avo toast, but definitely delicious.
Coffylosophy – 198A Hutt Street, Adelaide
There is something for everyone here. Apart from great coffee, Coffylosophy understand the need for a brilliant avo toast and they bring it to you with dukkah (already an amazing combo), snow-pea tendrils, two poached eggs, sumac and lime on dark rye.
CREAM – 4/49 Jetty Rd, Brighton
Serving specialty coffee with Adelaide Hills milk, CREAM is the go to in Brighton. Avocado toast is served with dark rye toast, Danish feta, poached eggs and asparagus. An easy and fulfilling combo for your avocado addiction.
Froth and Fodder – 41 Mortimer Street, Kurralta Park
The cosy café in Kurralta Park creates great coffee, cold pressed juices and all the brekkie options you’d ever ask for. Froth and Fodder offer a simple but very pleasing combo of toast with smashed avocado, grilled haloumi and dressed with fresh greens and seeds.
Malobo – Henley Square, Henley
Located in the always-bustling Henley Square, Malobo offers the freshest juices, an extensive menu and a view. Their avocado toast is classic, using an ideal combo of ingredients everyone loves. Smooth avocado served on toast served with a poached egg, toasted seeds, mint and lime (deliciousness).
Pickle in the Middle – 134 Unley Rd, Unley
The bright yellow shop front and interior is home to house made nut milk and an array of pickled vegetables. Pickle in the Middle’s avocado toast is undeniably a favourite. Avocado on Artisan wheat + rye sourdough, crispy kale, pickled red onions, mizuna lettuce, toasted and toasted tamari seeds. You can add a range of sides to this plate of delight.
The Nourish’d Kitchen – 3 Ann Street, Stephney
The Nourish’d Kitchen is invitingly cute from outside, and a vegan and gluten free haven inside. Grilled haloumi on roast tomatoes, toasted sourdough, and smashed avocado topped with a sprinkle of dukkah- perfectly simple and delicious.
The Seasonal Garden Café – 100 Main Street, Hahndorf
This Adelaide Hills based (now also in Norwood) know how to make a decent brekkie. Their avocado toast is no exception. Using local and fresh produce (grown at their Hahndorf café), The Seasonal Garden Café will not let you down and because one piece is never enough, you have the choice of two. Smashed avo served with feta, dukkah and herbed green on sourdough.
The Store – 157 Melbourne Street, North Adelaide
The Store is your oasis of simple and modern cuisine offering classic brekkie options. Of course, avo toast is offered and served with spinach, cherry tomatoes, poached eggs and feta.
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