SA Aquatic and Leisure Centre

SA Aquatic and Leisure Centre

When asked to describe the most unique characteristic of the South Australia Aquatic and Leisure Centre Café (SAALC), Manager Owen McLeod says there’s no café more committed to the environment than this one.

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Lakeside Café

Lakeside Café

Situated next to a lake within Roy Amer Reserve is the Lakeside Café, a laid-back, family friendly venue that Manager Amy Yu has been running for the past year. Read more

Blue Zone Wellbeing Kitchen

Blue Zone Wellbeing Kitchen

While specialty coffee and supermarkets aren’t always associated together, Blue Zone Wellbeing Kitchen at Pasadena Foodland is changing this perception serving specialty coffee by Paradox Coffee Roasters. Read more

Fresco Bah

Fresco-Bah

When it comes to running a café, Roger El-Awar has one simple philosophy: give the customers what they want. That maxim has served him well since opening his second Fresco-Bah on Pirie Street in September.

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KOM Coffee

For many people, running a café is a chance to fulfil their passion. For the owners of KOM (King of the Mountain) Coffee in South Australia, it was also an opportunity to showcase their love of cycling. Read more

CREAM

CREAM

After more than a decade in hospitality, two-time Western Region Latte Art and Adelaide Breezey Masters Champion Josh Rivers thought he could offer something new to the Brighton community with his café Coffee Rules Everything Around Me (CREAM).

Taking its name from a Wu-Tang Clan song, CREAM combines Josh’s love of hip-hop music with coffee, which has helped the café make an impression since opening four years ago.  Read more

A Mother's Milk

A Mother’s Milk

For many café owners, a toned-down, rustic look is a design choice made to increase the character of their venue. But for A Mother’s Milk in South Australia, it began as a necessity.

“When the original owners set up the café, they didn’t have much of a budget for design, so it was quite raw, with exposed bricks and wooden floorboards. But the concept has become more popular and it looks amazing now,” Owner Tania Basheer says.  Read more

Sazón Espresso

Sazón Espresso

In 2011, Oswaldo and Jose Estrella channelled their Mexican heritage and more than 20 years of hospitality experience into their first café, Sazón Espresso, in Mount Barker. In 2015, the cousins added a second venue in the Adelaide CBD to their portfolio.

“We felt there were a lot of places that really had similar concepts and that we could do something different,” Oswaldo says. Read more

Devour Café Patisserie

Devour Café Patisserie

When the original Devour was forced to relocate, Owner Quang Nguyen chose to adjust the venue’s focus from late night desserts to morning coffee.

Devour’s reborn menu now focuses on breakfast food with an Asian twist.

“We like to do things a bit differently. Our breakfast bao in particular has been pretty popular. We do a range of them using different ingredients like egg and bacon, panko crumbed chicken, and mushroom and halloumi,” Quang says. Read more

Third Time Lucky

Third Time Lucky

Despite winning the Australian Brewers Cup Championship, Third Time Lucky Co-owner Heath Dalziel has kept himself grounded.

“Adelaide has a way of humbling you I guess,” he says. “But it’s great to have people come from interstate or overseas who have made a point to check out the café.” Read more

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