Rose Park favourite and top-tier brunch spot Commissary is once again proving itself as one of the reigning champs of Adelaide’s inventive breakfast scene catering to serious sweet-tooths with two new additions to its decadent secret menu.
The show-stopping new items available from today on Commissary’s secret menu of treats include marble Caramilk spring rolls and an unbelievable tower of Golden Gaytime goodness, with the iconic Aussie ice cream balancing on a triple stack of cinammon waffles, and drizzled with generous lashings of butterscotch sauce, choc chunks and honeycomb.
Joining their popular Caramilk spring rolls – hear us out – last week’s new menu addition was a hand-moulded Caramilk sphere, filled with gooey marshmallows and accompanied by a glass of white chocolate hot milk on the side, where guests are invited to live our their insta foodie fantasies, pouring the hot milk over the sphere and watching it satisfyingly melt away.
Brain child of manager and owner Priscilla Milky, every sphere is hand made on-site by the talented kitchen team and is the perfect bougie dish to heat up any miserable winter morning. Priscilla says the gang at Commissary have been overwhelmed with the popularity of the $8 spheres, repeatedly selling out of the hot-ticket menu item. Much to the upset of eager customers, due to the painstaking nature of moulding each sphere – once they’re gone, they’re gone!
The spheres were inspired by the lusted-after Caramilk spring rolls that have been a staple on the venue’s secret menu since their launch last year, with Priscilla fearing a riot from customers should they ever take them off.
The spring rolls set customers back $16 and are delicately put together using a row of Caramilk chocolate, baked cheesecake and Nutella, which are then rolled and deep fried, served with a ball of vanilla ice cream and a condensed milk and Nutella dipping sauce.
Ask your Commissary waiter about what’s on the venue’s secret menu which evolves weekly, so be sure not to miss out on your favourite!
Find Commissary at 160 Fullarton Rd, Rose Park.