This is a cafe with a Japanese-influenced menu that caters to the health conscious and those in need of a serious hangover cure.
Opened by busy guy Sam Worrall-Thompson, who runs Jack Ruby and Port Elliot’s festival The Sailing Club, Fine & Fettle sits in Adelaide’s eastern suburbs, where it really stands out. It pushes the boundaries of classic brekkie and lunch offerings, grilling the fish and meats of the menu over Japanese charcoal. We’re thrilled to have this cafe on the EatClub platform.There’s a hangover-curing Loaded Brekkie Burger on the menu, featuring housemate ketchup, caramelised onion, fried eggs, bacon and cheese on a brioche bun. The Grilled Chorizo is a good remedy too – with poached eggs, smoked eggplant, za’atar roasted tomato and baby spinach.
For the health-conscious, there’s a Kingfish Poke served with grilled broccolini, kimchi, edamame, avocado, pickled ginger, black sesame, brown rice, or the Breaky Bowl which is absolutely packed with colourful goodness too.
The space of Fine & Fettle is tastefully simple, with a unique blend of textured tiles, timber cladding throughout and just the right amount of greenery hanging from ceiling beams. It’s kid-friendly and the charming staff welcome you from the get-go and are super accommodating. Drinks-wise, there are plenty of health-conscious juices and smoothies. The coffee comes from Thebarton-based, family-owned Presstwood. If you are a little time-poor, at the very least, order a coffee to enjoy with a Leek and 3 Cheese Croissant. Yep, they really don’t do things half fast; everything is substantial and spectacular in taste. Alcohol is mostly reserved for evenings and functions, although an Espresso Martini can certainly be ordered with breakfast.
Live a little. Trade in your smashed avo for a Kingfish Sashimi and Sweet Potato Rosti for brekkie. Check out Fine & Fettle in your EatClub app today.
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