The Best Places for Sunday Brunch

After some research (eating is research, right?), and some help from our trusty readers we have comprised a list of many of the best places to enjoy your Sunday brunch.

Bored of your regular Sunday brunch routine? Don’t worry! Glam is here to the rescue.

After some research (eating is research, right?), and some help from our trusty readers we have comprised a list of many of the best places to enjoy your Sunday brunch. Plus, our very own top pick.

The Market Shed on Holland

On a Sunday morning you can find countless organic, healthy, fresh, homemade and cultural dishes located in, quite literally, a shed on Holland Street.


The Market Shed on Holland has become one of Adelaide’s most popular places for Sunday brunch. Instead of being limited to one restaurant you have a variety of options right at your finger tips. It’s almost an unspoken challenge to try as many goodies as you can once you enter the Market Shed and see all your delectable options.

From traditional meat pies to organic wood fired pizzas, the Market Shed has you covered for big appetites. For your health conscious or vegetarian friends there are a variety of juices, desserts and raw options to choose from. If you’re feeling a little adventurous, you can choose from a diverse selection of cultural dishes, like Greek, Italian and Japanese inspired food. But really, you’re free to try them all!


There is also live entertainment with performances from local artists!

With a feel-good atmosphere, delicious eats and free entertainment you can’t go wrong with a Sunday brunch at the Market Shed on Holland.

1 Holland St.
Adelaide City

 Our Readers’ Top Picks


Agathas: Casual little Cafe set just back from the beach, offering great food and beverages( licenced) for breakfast and lunch.

1 Gawler St. Port Noarlunga 
Adelaide South Australia

Bar 9: Claim to be, “Completely and utterly devoted to your coffee.”

96 Glen Osmond Rd.
Adelaide, South Australia

Bici Espresso e Pasticceria: With over 75 years of combined experience using traditional European recipes. (Gluten free options). “Best cronut and eggs florentine I’ve ever had!!”

259 Hutt St.
Adelaide, South Australia

Carnevale Coffee: An eclectic little coffee shop which incorporates rustic & urban cool design with a hint of industrial chic.

114 East Ave.
Adelaide, South Australia

Chianti Classico: Traditional, authentic recipes from Toscana, Veneto and Piemonte inspire their menus. “An oldie but a goodie.”

160 Hutt St.
Adelaide, South Australia

The Coffee Barun: Specialty coffee roasted on site, teamed with a fulfilling menu and a great atmosphere.

219 Main North Rd. Sefton Park
Adelaide, South Australia

Coffylosophy: An intimate and stylish setting, you can choose from a range of all day breakfast, mouth watering sweet and savoury crepes and delectable lunch options. “Delicious crepes and the best coffee and barista in Adelaide.”

198A Hutt St.
Adelaide, South Australia

Dear Daisy: Your little corner diner that serves breakfast all day.

66 Leah St. Forestville 
Adelaide, South Australia

Entropy: Located in a converted old train shed, and they only sell South Australian products.

37 Little Queen St.
Thebarton, South Australia

The Golden Fleece Cafe: A contemporary, relaxed place to meet with great food and a wide beverage selection.

77 Murray St.
Gawler, South Australia

Grind It: Specialises in great coffee.

4 Moseley St.
Glenelg, South Australia

L’Atelier Gourmand Bistro: Local sculptor and owner Randall Reissig teamed up with French chef Guillaume Galvez to create the charm of an aging traditional coffee house.

4 Gilbert St.
Wayville, South Australia

The Loose Caboose Cafe: Located in the heritage listed Bowden Railway Station, it’s Australia’s oldest railway station and has evolved into a contemporary cafe that is welcoming, memorable and easy to enjoy.

21 First St.
Hindmarsh, South Australia

A Mothers Milk: A rustic urban feel, great service,single origin coffee and all day breakfast!

105 Unley Rd.
Unley, South Australia

Pure: A specialty boutique coffee bar.

34 Jetty Rd.
Glenelg, South Australia

Roseys: Fantastic coffee and fun, fresh food with an emphasis on quality produce.

139 Unley Road
Adelaide, South Australia

Swedish Tarts Patisserie: Their menu is built on inspiration from the Swedish kitchen and fused to fit in with modern Australian taste buds.

40 Semaphore Rd.
Adelaide, South Australia 

Yankee Cafe: With a wide range of amazing home-cooked USA delicacies, this new little cafe in Henley Beach also offers a killer breakfast bagel to kick start your day.

11 Henley Beach Road, Henley Beach South (across from the IGA)


Zest: It has amazing coffee, fun-loving staff delicious breakfast and lunch ideas, as well as a to-die-for range of homemade cakes.

2A Sussex St.

Glenelg, South Australia 

Enjoy your Sunday brunch!

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