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New brunch venue Commitment Issues to open next month

Chef and creator Asa Donehue is opening up his second venue in Adelaide due to launch next month, focusing on a small plate, fast fine dining menu.

Images: Asa Donehue Instagram.

The team behind popular brunch spot Mad.Good Café is opening a brand new venue on Greenhill Road, bringing a tapas style of small share plates to Adelaide’s brunch and breakfast scene. 

If you’ve ever been torn between the choice of a sweet or savoury breakfast, or gazed enviously at your brunch-buddy’s eggs benedict after you opted for a breakfast bagel, a new spot due to open next month, will be solving all your morning mealtime woes. 

Located on the ground floor of Greenhill Road’s Bridgestone building, the new venue from the experienced team behind Mad.Good Café will debut with a brand new fit out, featuring a bustling open kitchen where you can watch your delicious meal being created. 

Wanting to expand brunch from just a one plate option, Commitment Issues promises a plethora of funky food, giving guests the option to sample a whole heap of tasty brunch options from their modern Australian menu, with influences from Italian, Japanese and Middle Eastern cuisines. 

While no images of the epic new fit out have yet been released, owner and creator Asa Donehue has been teasing some of the space’s mouth-watering menu options on his Instagram.

Opening 7 days a week for brunch, the venue will also offer a late-night dinner seating 3 nights a week, calling itself a ‘fast fine dining’ experience, for great shared options at an affordable price. 

Offering a new level of service, Commitment Issues will feature iPads on the table so people can swipe through the moreish menu and order themselves, with a team of experienced hospitality staff on hand to serve you incredible drinks. 

The venue will be opening next month, kicking off with a well-deserved party for their dedicated team of interior designers and architects, with the entire space architecturally built for the opening.

Find out more by keeping up with Commitment Issues’ Facebook page here.

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