September is proving to be a busy month for Adelaide’s whole-food heroes, Let Them Eat, as they open a pop-up eatery in Norwood and announce a new CBD location.
Notorious for its handcrafted vegan and vegetarian food, Let Them Eat is now gracing Norwood Place.
The pop-up will be offering its well-known fresh salads, lasagnes, quiches and sweet treats, which co-owner Danielle Frankish says will serve Norwood well.
“It’s got to be a good spot for us and I think that the people that are there will want us there as well for, not so much for that cafe style food, but that quick, healthy, ‘what am I gonna eat?’,” Danielle says.
“We thought that we could satisfy that.”
Following the opening of its Norwood location, Let Them Eat has also revealed it will be opening a store on James Place.
Danielle says the James Place eatery will open in October to maintain Let Them Eat’s CBD presence after it said goodbye to the Central Market on Saturday following seven years of tenancy.
“Quick, healthy lunches is more of the focus [at James Place],” says Danielle.
“Let Them Eat has a real signature healthy, whole foods, vegetarians and vegan, everyday eating brand and that’s what we like about being in the city.
“We will work really hard to get it out to those office and retail workers as quickly as we can.”
Let Them Eat was established in 2008 by chef Tanya Agius to fill a noticeable gap in the market for vegan and vegetarian fare,
Since then, the eatery has staked its claim from the CBD to the ‘burbs, with current stores in Burnside, Marion and, Norwood, and previous spaces in the Central Market and Croydon.
Let Them Eat has also satisfied tastebuds across Adelaide at events including WOMADelaide, Bowerbird Bazaar, Stirling Markets and Plant4 Bowden Markets.
You can find Let Them Eat’s newest pop-up eatery at Norwood Place, 161 The Parade, Norwood.
Its James Place store is also set to begin serving on 26 October and you can find it at 20 James Place, Adelaide.