Before the action heats up as the thrilling and final stage of the 2015 Santos Tour Down hits the city streets on Sunday 25th January 2015, fill up on a big breakfast at some of the best boutique markets in the country.
Leader Street, Wayville
Need a sustainable alternative to the supermarket? The Adelaide Showground Farmers’ Markets are abuzz on Sunday mornings with people milling to get breakfast and their week’s fresh produce.
Holland Street, Adelaide
Open on Sundays from 9am to 2pm, The Market Shed on Holland transforms from a weekday city car park to an undercover market focused on organic produce and sustainability. With live music and delicious ready-to-eat food and produce, The Market Shed on Holland is the perfect spot for Sunday brunch.
More breakfast or brunch suggestions:
The Loose Caboose Café
21 First Street, Hindmarsh
(08) 8340 0809
For something different, have brunch on a train platform. The Bowden Railway Station has been transformed to the Loose Caboose Cafe and serves delicious breakfast, brunch and lunch in a uniquely decorated building.
160 Hutt Street, Adelaide
(08) 8232 7955
One of Adelaide’s most successful, award-winning restaurants, Chianti is renowned for its superb food, fine wines and impeccable service as well as an amazing breakfast!