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Cafe Brunelli Adelaide

An absolute stalwart of Rundle Mall, Café Brunelli has been serving up breakfasts, lunches and dinners for many, many years. Open all day and all night, closing for a short window around 6.30am, Brunelli’s is well known as an excellent meeting spot for big brunches, drinks or delicious Italian meals. The comprehensive menu includes burgers, pizzas, pastas, risottos and savoury crepes, so there is plenty to choose from, and dining here is a joy for those with a sweet tooth. Choose a cherry ripe or Nutella pizza or be dazzled by the counter filled with gorgeous handmade chocolates. Importantly, the bar is fully stocked so it is never a bad time to visit. Check in for brunch, a long lunch, pre-dinner aperitifs or a late night wind down.

CUISINES
  • European, Italian
Opening Hours
  • Monday: Open 24 hours
  • Tuesday: Open 24 hours
  • Wednesday: Open 24 hours
  • Thursday: Open 24 hours
  • Friday: Open 24 hours
  • Saturday: Open 24 hours
  • Sunday: Open 24 hours
Features
  • Gluten Free Options, Outdoor Seating, Suitable for Groups of 10
Price Range
  • $$ ~ $$$
License
  • Fully Licensed (BYO Wine Only)
Address
187 Rundle Street, Adelaide, SA, 5000

book now call 08 8223 2221

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