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Gateaux 259

At Adelaide Food Central, we love our desserts and pastries and were excited to discover a recently opened patisserie in the eastern suburbs. Nestled within a shopping complex in the posh suburb of Malvern is Gateaux 259. Open for only 7 months, the owners Stephanie Rijken and James Donnelly, have backgrounds in hospitality and a […]

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Muffin Break – West Lakes

Muffin Break first began in Canada in the 1980’s and prides itself on serving fresh coffee and delicious food with great service. It was not until 1989 that the first Muffin Break store opened in Australia and when that happened, the menu was refined to include a local twist. While there are many Muffin Break […]

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Bravo’s Kitchen

Today for lunch, Adelaide Food Central was invited to Bravo’s Kitchen on the Parade, Norwood. In the same location that was once Cafe Bravo, the business has come under new ownership. With it, is a revamped menu which offers a range of breakfast, lunch and dinner options. Not only does Bravo’s Kitchen provide a range […]

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Hustle Coffee Co. – Goodwood

Continuing on the success of their store on Light Square in the city, Hustle Coffee Co. have opened a brand new store on the King William Road cafe precinct. In the space that was once a hairdresser, owners Steve and Pete have brought their unique coffee blend to a new audience of customers. The food […]

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Cibo – Coffee Culture Event

Tonight, Adelaide Food Central was invited to a VIP Coffee Culture event at Cibo Espresso Rundle Street. Since 2000 the Cibo Espresso franchise has provided their customers with the simple things in life, in an authentic Italian way. Cibo strives to bring friends and family together to enjoy luscious Italian pastries, aromatic coffee, gelato and […]

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Likuid Espresso

There are a lot of people out there who have an entrepreneurial side to them and warm to the idea of opening up their own food business. For those that take the plunge, the risk of failure is high as most new business owners close up shop within the first twelve months. Not so for […]

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Cibo – Application and Ferrari Competition

One of Adelaide’s most popular cafes that attracts the working crowd, the poor student, and the weary tourist is Cibo – with their red umbrellas, their cheerful staff, and the aromatic scent of fresh coffee being brewed, you really can’t miss it! Scattered around Adelaide CBD and surrounding suburbs, Cibo has built its reputation as […]

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Jamaica Blue – Adelaide – New Summer Menu

Located on the first floor of the Myer Centre, Jamaica Blue is one of Adelaide’s hidden gems. From the moment you walk in, you’re always greeted by friendly staff and you can’t help but feel at home. The site of the cafe is unique because it’s essentially surrounded by glass, and if you’re fortunate enough […]

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The Flying Fig Deli

History suggests food businesses that do well are those with original ideas and ones that fill a gap in the market. Paul Serafin, former owner of Stax, decided to open a Jewish Deli after a stint in New York. Using traditional cooking techniques inspired by his travels, house made items such as pickles, pastrami and […]

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Stellarossa – Adelaide

Stellarossa Espresso Bars are immensely popular over in Queensland. Running for many years now, they’re known for their premium quality coffee and well trained baristas. Franchise owners, Zelko and Sophie, were familiar with the brand and decided to open Stellarossa’s first interstate store in Adelaide. At Stellarossa, it’s not just about great coffee, the cafe […]

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