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Help me find... a coffee shop in Adelaide

Last updated 03 Feb, 2022

Take a break from making your own cup of coffee, and reconnect with your local by treating yourself to a barista-brewed cuppa. You never have to look far to find a coffee fix in Adelaide. Many cafes source and blend their beans exclusively, then roast and grind them in-house to ensure maximum freshness and taste. 

Here are our some of our favourites.

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Part Time Lover

Pilgrim Lane, Adelaide

For all day great vibes, music, and coffee, Part Time Lover is the place to go. Beautifully designed with sleek lines and curves, the coffee isn't too bad either! Located in Pilgrim Lane, this funky little eatery is the perfect place to enjoy your hot drink, and people-watch. 

The Flying Fig

161 Jeffcott Street, North Adelaide

A local favourite in North Adelaide, The Flying Fig keeps to the lines of famous Jewish delicatessens and a simple philosophy - to make most of the menu items themselves, from smoking pastrami and pickling, to their own soft drinks. A sustainable and local-first deli, The Flying Fig keeps its patrons happy and caffeinated with their blend of Colombian and Ethiopian beans.

Penny University

1 Union St, Adelaide

Penny University won the publicly voted City Awards for the Best Coffee Spot 2018. Located in lively Union Street in Adelaide’s East End, it’s also the perfect place for a hearty breakfast or tasty lunch.

My Kingdom for a Horse

191 Wright St, Adelaide 
11 Waymouth St, Adelaide 

Funny name, but fabulous coffee! My Kingdom for a Horse on Wright Street is a licensed café with an on-site roastery, ensuring your coffee is fresh, and you can take home a bag of the beans if you like the blend. It’s no wonder they’ve won the Savour Australia- Best Café Dining Adelaide twice! Their Waymouth street location is a mini version of their Wright Street cafe but super fast service and equally great coffee!

UR Caffe

117 Melbourne Street, North Adelaide

If you’re in North Adelaide and after consistently good coffee, you can’t go past UR Caffe in Melbourne Street. They offer both hot and cold coffee, but if you’re feeling adventurous, try one of their Caffe Creations - including tangelo (coffee with orange peel) or Macca (coffee with macadamia crust and cocoa).

Bici Espresso

259 Hutt Street, Adelaide

Situated on leafy Hutt Street, Bici Espresso is the perfect pitstop for a caffeinated pick-me-up. Bici Espresso has amassed a loyal following using Manfredi beans. The boutique coffee house boast three blends which are the result of a collaboration between celebrated chef Stefano Manfredi and master roaster Wayne Archer. A favourite among cyclists, roll up on two wheels and find a spot out the front to lap up some sunshine.

Food Lore

MOD.  and 217 Hindley Street, Adelaide

Located inside the future-focused MOD. Museum on North Terrace and the UniSA City West campus, the coffee at Food Lore is out of this world! Combining Kangarilla’s Dawn Patrol coffee, which is 100% sustainable and traceable, with the best local Fleurieu milk, you’ll appreciate the smooth flavour. Even the coffee cups are made from coffee bean husks which keep your coffee warmer longer.


198A Hutt Street Adelaide

When you’ve been listed by Beanhunter as Top Café in Adelaide four years in a row, you know they’re good. From cold-drip to hot-brew Coffylosphy in Hutt Street has a drink for you, as well as an extensive breakfast and lunch menu which features five different eggs benedict combinations.

Cibo Espresso

Various locations around Adelaide and North Adelaide

“Cibo” means ‘food’ in Italian but has come to mean ‘coffee’ in Adelaide. Cibo Espresso was founded in Adelaide by four gents who wanted to bring the Italian café experience to life here. And it sure came to life! From humble beginnings in Rundle Street in 2000, they now have eight locations across the city centre and North Adelaide, another 27 throughout South Australia and are expanding interstate.