Food Drink

New wood-oven venue The Alchemist’s Kitchen coming to Jetty Road

The new venue will take over the home of Café Lune, the popular family-run eatery which officially closed its Jetty Road doors in May.

Image: Jetty Road Brighton Facebook.

Adelaide foodies can add another new destination to their list: The Alchemist’s Kitchen, a wood-oven focused eatery coming next month from the team behind one of Jetty Road’s most loved venues. 

The restaurant marks an exciting new venture from the team behind insta-café haven Alimentary Eatery and esteemed owner, Deeb Milky. The new venue is being opened with Deeb’s partner Andrea Aranibar and is projected to burst onto the thriving Adelaide foodie scene by the end of July, heating up dreary winter nights with a toasty wood-oven inspired all-day menu. 

The Alchemist’s Kitchen will take over 81 Jetty Road, the previous home of family-run establishment Café Lune, which closed its doors in May after four and a half years of operation. 

Although much has been kept under wraps about the new venue and its renovations, an announcement was made via Facebook on June 18, posting intriguing images of matte black and gold designs that hint at the venue’s soon-to-be-revealed interior. 

Image: The Alchemist’s Kitchen.

Describing itself as Adelaide’s only restaurant to “embrace the limitless opportunity and alchemy of a wood oven” the venue did reveal it would be open from 9am – 9pm, offering menus for customers to enjoy breakfast, brunch, dinner and cocktails. With the venue’s intriguing name only amping up the mystery around the opening, customers might be able to expect a similarly inventive menu to sister venue, Alimentary Eatery, with a wood-oven inspired twist.

Andrea Aranibar was thrilled to finally announce the venue’s opening on Facebook, which was the culmination of more than six months of hard work in the making. 

Alimentary Eatery is the colourful brunch spot that has been delighting Jetty Road visitors and dazzling Instagram feeds since its opening in late 2018. The kaleidoscopic venue offers customers an interior of rainbow brights and floral feature walls, as well as a delicious menu of treats such as their apple crumble pancake stack, topped with fairy floss and edible flowers. 

Keep up to date with The Alchemists’ Kitchen news and announcements here.

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