Best Cafe restaurants nearby. Discover the best Cafe food in Crafers. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Cafe restaurants near you. including The Summit Cafe & Function Centre, The Organic Market & Cafe, Utopia at Waterfall Gully, Crafers Gourmet Deli, Piccadilly Kitchen, Udder Delights Cheese Cellar, The Messy Tomato, Espressoholics Cafe-Guy, Zeea's, The Uraidla Republic Cafe
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Groovy cafe, bakery and brewery right next to, and part of, The Uraidla Hotel! Fantastic coffee, bread, sandwiches, muffins, pastries in a quirky environment bringing you memories from the 60's and 70's. Lots of room for prams, children, wheelchairs and b
I love stopping here during a ride or a drive. It's so lovely sitting under the trees or inside having a lovely cuppa and delicious pastry.
4 based on 62 reviews
Have been to breakfast on two occasions and each time was really good. Very generous size dishes so if small appetite maybe ask waitress. Have seen other people eating pasta which looks amazing too also large serves. Choices on menu good, staff are smiley and efficient, cost effective so can recommend.
Great coffee in an idiosyncratic cafe on the Aldgate shopping strip. A small selection of food including cakes and soup, but most people come here for the coffee which is roasted in-house. Great selection of coffee to take home, too.
5 based on 73 reviews
Welcome to The Messy Tomato. Much of Italian life revolves around the family dinner table. Itâs well known that Italians are deeply versed in the gioie della tavola, or âthe joys of the table.â Perhaps the first thing people think of when they think of It
Found this little gem on TripAdvisor. From the start we knew it was a winner. Funky takes on brekkie, the flavours were fresh and different to what you would normally see but truly delicious. The coffee was great and the service spot on. We even got some recommendations based on local knowledge. And the Central Markets are worth a visit
4 based on 281 reviews
The Udder Delights Cheese Cellar is a proud inductee into the SA Tourism Awards Hall of Fame beautifully and a beautifully appointed cheese cellar door in the stunning Adelaide Hillsâ town of Hahndorf; showcasing the cheese we make and high lighting regio
OMG. The perfect warm treat for a cloudy day. Worth visiting just for the toastie but there is also cheese tasting. Nom nom nom
4 based on 32 reviews
Piccadilly Kitchen offers wonderful, freshly prepared food and good coffee in a small, comfy cafe with an additional outdoor sitting area. The staff is very friendly, and the cakes are heavenly. There are both meal options for vegetarians and meat-eaters. The place is a bit alternative, which I love. Many ingredients are locally sourced. Piccadilly Cafe is only open on Fridays and Saturdays. Check their Facebook page for current info and opening times.
I was staying in the area and needed some simple sandwiches to take away. The ones I purchased were lovely, reasonably priced and freshly made. The custard tarts were also excellent. If shopping there, buy some of the local chocolate.When I requested a plastic bag as I was walking back to my accommodation, the staff provided a carry bag belonging to one of them as the shop was out of stock of normal plastic bags. Good PR. Thank you
4 based on 155 reviews
Nestled at the base of a spectacular 18 metre waterfall, Utopia is a truly unique and picturesque dining and event venue. Just 10km from the CBD, Utopia is housed in a beautifully preserved, century-old stone chalet which boasts the unique title of Austra
We recently had brunch here with family for my daughters birthday breakfast and the place is just beautiful and the food was delicious however we were so let down by the service. It was very slow and we ordered our coffee and breakfast at the same time but coffee did not arrive until after breakfast had been served. They forgot one of our meals and didnât bother to ask if there was anything else when clearly one person had no meal. The waitress that took our order looked like she wanted to be anywhere else but there, no smile and barely said a word, was not welcoming at all. It was a disappointing start to my daughters surprise birthday celebrations as this was our first stop of a day of adventures for her. Thank you so much for taking the time to provide this feedback.I am so very sorry to read this. It's inexcusable. As a small, family-run business that we pour our heart and soul into every day, this is devastating to hear. Did you ask to chat with our manager on the day? I so wish you had, so we could have immediately apologised, spoken tot he staff member in question and helped to improve your experience.We'd love to hear more so please email me directly with some more info so we can help [email protected]
4 based on 162 reviews
A Wholefood Cafe - Vegetarian based, using a mix of Conventional and Certified Organic Ingredients. Special dietary needs catered for. Organic Wines and Beers. Fairtrade and Organic Tea and Coffee. Open 364 days 8.00Am to 5.00Pm. (Kitchen closes at 4.30Pm
Whilst this place has a great atmosphere and vibe. The food is delicious the market shop great selection. The loos are although decorated in a fun way...filthy! The white goods are cleaned but the walls and lights and decorations are covered with thick layer of dust and dirt. I shudder to think if no one cleans the loos do they clean the kitchen?Hi Cherie - thanks for the posting re the state of our âloosâ. You are right - the adornments on the wall and ceiling are showing their age and have collected dust. The âloosâ are cleaned and sanitised on a daily basis by commercial cleaners - obviously the focus has been below head height. The kitchen? Floors are cleaned each evening by commercial cleaners and all surfaces by the staff as part of their daily end of shift routine - they are quite fastidious with their task. Thanks - the pencil has been sharpened! Grahame Murray, Owner, The Organic Market & CafÃ©
4 based on 210 reviews
Family owned & run Cafe open 9am - 4.30pm Weekdays & 8.30am - 4.30pm Weekends and public Holidays. Breakfast served, Mon-Fri 9am-11.30am , Sat -Sun 8.30-11.30 . Lunch served Mon-Fri 12noon -2.30pm, Sat -Sun 12noon -3.30pm Closed Christmas day & Boxing Day
We went to the summit to check the views we have heard about. It is an awesome place to see the whole area of Adelaide. There is also a new restaurant and gift store.
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