It can be hard to find a cafe that caters for mums and kids in equal measure, but pink-hued Peach Cafe in Auchenflower has nailed the right mixture. From the brains behind Kangaroo Point’s Little Smirk, Peach Cafe occupies a spacious building on Haig Street – one that has over the course of its life been a general store, antiques shop and cafe in turn. The interior has been given a sprucing, with a bright, fresh and airy aesthetic stretching from the street front to the shaded courtyard in the rear. Peach Cafe has a strong health and environmentally friendly focus. The cafe employs sustainably made HuskeeCups for its in-house coffee vessels, and utilises natural vegan-friendly ingredients for many of its drinks and dishes. The kid-friendly menu itself boasts a discernible Asian influence, evidenced by the likes of kimchi fried rice with pork belly and pineapple, hot cakes with peach curd and vanilla bean ice-cream, and spanner-crab crumpets with creamed corn and cultured cream. The drinks menu includes coffee, tea, chai, juices, smoothies and milkshakes, while a cabinet stocks grab-and-go sandwiches, treats and more.
Take note: To celebrate its official opening, Peach Cafe will be giving away free coffee all day on Saturday September 28. Guests that stop by will also be able to go in the draw to win a month of free coffee, a HuskeeCup of their own, and a free brunch. Get more details here.