Edge Cafe

Every Sunday morning, the Edge Cafe opens up it’s kitchen and caters for the multitude of church goers. The menu is small and changes every week. They also have another section that serves up your usual hot beverages.


This is not the first time I’ve been inside the Edge Church building. There’s a bit of a modern industrial feel about it with the exposed brick walls, timber benches and low hanging light fittings. Seating is plentiful with just as many seats outside as there are inside.


For lunch, I had the Beef Burger. I was amazed by the speed at which it arrived as it came to my table in less than 5 minutes of ordering. The beef was tender and succulent, and the bacon was nice and crisp. The saltiness of the bacon was balanced by the sweetness of the caramelised onion. The lettuce was fresh and crisp, and the tomato was soft and ripe. The bun was fairly basic but held all the ingredients in well.

Beef Burger
Beef Burger

The staff were friendly and the service was very good. The atmosphere was vibrant as you’re in a room full of church goers. The cost of the meal was $7 which is really what it should be outside of this cafe. A nice tasty satisfying burger at down to earth prices.

WHERE: 128 Hindley St, Adelaide




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