Coffee Stops

 This page is dedicated to the cafés, coffee shops and bakeries throughout the Adelaide Hills and districts, that have made our members most welcome with great food and coffee.

Angaston

Sunrise Bakery, 28 Murray Street
Recently renovated outdoor area, staff very friendly and decent pies

Cudlee Creek

Cudlee Creek Cafe

Great breakfasts, coffee and selection of locally made/grown produce. Nice outdoor seating area usually with lots of motorcycles and pushbikes in attendance. Very friendly staff and the best egg & bacon roll in the hills. Closed on Mondays.


Lobethal

Amberlight Cafe

Wide selection of hot dogs and hamburgers. Coffee is great. Only order a meal (big) when hungry. Easy to find, look for all the bikes. Destination of many riders and clubs so good company also. Closed on Mondays.

Lobethal Bakery

Good selection of pies and bakery items. Coffee is great. Nice place to congregate. NOT open on Sundays. Also have a Cafe at Woodside.


Mannum

Lovell’s Bakery, 746 Randell Street
Everything a bakery should make and always worth a second visit. Good coffee.
Mannum Top Deli and Cafe
Good coffee, fish and chips and a great egg and bacon roll.
Staff very obliging and friendly and prices all good.
In a place like Mannum , with two bakeries and two pubs, you have to set a great standard.
The Pretoria Hotel
River Murray views from the verandah and lawn with good pub grub menu.
A favourite stop in Mannum for COMCC rides.

McLaren Vale

The Cottage Bakery, 196 Main Road, McLaren Vale.

Good coffee, friendly service and outdoor garden area, favourite spot for rides down south.

 McLaren Flat Bakery, 57 Main Rd, McLaren Flat

Another favourite bakery with nice front verandah and outdoor area.


Meadows

Meadows Bakery & Tea Rooms,  50 Mawson Rd.
 Bakery treats, coffee and tea. Outdoor seating area. Favourite motorcyclist haunt.

Mt. Barker

Corso Cafe, 46 Gawler St.

Great place for breakfast and coffee. Some food baked on premises, limited but good. Closed on Sundays.

Caffe Acqua, Shop 48-51 Hutchenson St.
This is a new cafe, food we found was good and coffee great.
Prices were as should be and has seating for a great number.

Mt Pleasant

Mt Pleasant Bakery & Cafe, 126 Melrose St
Great bakery for pies and pasties, nice sunny outdoor area with plenty of parking over the road.

One Tree Hill

The Throttle Shed, Black Top Rd (opposite the CFS).
Motorcyclist frequented cafe. Breakfast, cakes, coffee etc. Great egg & bacon roll.

Strathalbyn

Ruffino’s, 15 High Street.
 Best pizza in the hills, ask anyone who’s been on a Glenbar weekend.
Also pasta and most things Italian. Serves Australian meals too. Open 7 days, till 8 pm+.
Jacks Cafe & Bakery, 24 High Street
 Good food & service. On-street tables.
Appleseed Cafe, 30 High Street
New to town, good service and great breakfast.
Not dominated by big lumps of toast. Best coffee in Town.

Tea Tree Gully

Tea Tree Gully Vintage Deli, 344 North East Road.

Good food and coffee with plenty of parking.


Yankalilla

Yankalilla Bakery, 104 Main South Rd.
 All bakery treats and coffee and tea. Specialty is fruit pies, but coffee and pies and pasties very nice. Outdoor seating.

3 Replies to “Coffee Stops

  1. Hi, Marcelina at 47 Semaphore Road, do great Pizza & Coffee. They are open 7 days till late.
    ph 82423399. The staff will look after you & I am arranging for a 10% discount for Club Members when they show their Membership cards.

  2. Hi, The Mount Pleasant Bakery is a good place to stop, good pies and cakes, good coffee, open 7 days a week and clean public toilets across road from Bakery.

  3. What about Mt Pleasant Bakery, Graham Riley bulk buys the Ploughmans pasties, spares to eat later.
    The bakery at Springton. The Palmer Hotel meals $10, best to ring them first to expect a riding group.

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