Incredible coffees, beautiful interior and all day breakfast.
There’s no wonder why Aldinga is rejoicing knowing that Rosey is in town.

Roseys Café, well known from its super popular Unley spot, has got itself a twin and migrated to the Fleurieu.


Hidden next to Miss Gladys On Sea, this gem is tucked away in a little cottage, with high ceilings and white washed walls. Scandi furniture fill the rooms, with succulents on the tables, bentwood chairs and the addition of hardwood floors. In the summer time you can take advantage of a huge outdoor area, boasting a deck and cream umbrellas, perfect for a long brunch in the sunshine. There’s picnic benches on the grass if you are after a casual affair, with plenty of grass for the little ones to run around on.


I’ve popped into this place a few times now, and on every occasion the food was spot on. The breakfast/brunch menu spills over 2 pages, with options for everybody. Veggos will lose their mind over a massive vegetarian selection- with their big vego breakfast being a massive hit, even with the carnivorous folk.


On our first visit a friend and I devoured the smashed avocado with feta on toast. I swapped my eggs for bacon and the tummy was very pleased. There was the equivalent of a whole avo on the plate, as well as perfectly toasted bread topped with locally sourced feta (that even had a bit of a kick). The bacon was thick and smoked and was not to oily or fatty- winning.
My friend ate the vego breakfast and she to was chuffed, with the hash browns and eggs getting a big thumbs up. Those hash browns, seriously, are the bees knees.


A second visit with a fellow foodie called for the ultimate breakfast, peach pancakes with icecream. Where do I start. The pancakes were on par with my American grandmas recipe- light, fluffy and piled three high. They were topped with sticky sauce, with crumble and the sweetest of peaches. They were oh so photo worthy- so instagram them like mad we did. My friend opted for savoury and again was drawn to the vego breakfast, which got eaten quickly with several approving nods. Brunch was washed down with fresh juices, with the option to choose your own and mix and match flavours. Pineapple, mint and apple were my pick of the day, but the options are endless.


If you’re not after breakfast or brunch you are still in luck, as Rosey’s offers other lunch options and other savoury delights. If you are after a place to sink a coffee with a obligatory side of a cake then look no further- when you see the cakes you will see why you won’t be able to pass them up.


If you are looking for the ultimate brunch menu in Aldinga then look no further than Rosey’s- the hardest part is trying to pick what delicious meal to eat!

You can find Roseys Café at 206 Port Road, Aldinga.


Written by Jess

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