Rosey’s Café Aldinga

Aldinga has really become the place to be in the last 12-18 months, and just to add to the mix of thriving businesses; Rosey’s Café has moved in to town!

 

Sister Café to Rosey’s in Unley, Rosey’s Aldinga has already made its mark as a go-to destination for all-day breakfasts, great coffee, and good vibes.

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Set on the corner of Port Road and Old Coach Road, it’s a beautiful stone cottage, re-vamped with clean, earthy modern interiors, filled with natural light and some funky decorative touches.

 

Outdoor dining it set on a natural wood deck, with lush green lawns, and seating under the shade of umbrellas and trees. At night, the deck is lit with party globes strung above the seating, and gives that enchanting, relaxed atmosphere we all love.

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I recently stopped by for a long chilled out brekky with the hubster one fine and sunny Sunday morning. We were greeted by friendly smiles, and seated on the cutest of tables, backed by a tomato vine and dressed with terrariums.

 

Coffee and milkshakes to start, I was super impressed with my creamy delicious caffeine hit, and wished it was a bottomless cup!

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We had the full breakfast and pancake options.

Perfectly poached eggs, chorizo sausage, roasted tomato, dark rye toast, spinach, roast mushrooms, bacon, and yep; smashed Avo! All ingredients were fresh, expertly prepared, and delicious.

 

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The buttermilk pancakes were fluffy, and just the right serving. Served with local poached pears, candied nuts, syrup, and some amazing house made vanilla-bean ice cream. I can honestly say, they were possibly the best pancakes I have ever had.

 

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We were super happy with our first Rosey’s experience, and it will definitely be a regular haunt for us.

You can visit Roseys for lunch and dinner also. (Do it) You’ll love it.

 

Cheers

Lisa x

 

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