Some fans say this cafe is the healthiest and most ethical place to eat in Adelaide. It packs a crowd at lunch all wanting to tuck into homemade, organic fare free of gluten, dairy and GM products. All day breakfasts, fresh fair trade coffee and freshly squeezed juices are other big attractions. You'll also find friendly service and a massive, tempting selection of dishes full of fresh produce - all guilt free.
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great food, warm caring staff and a whole range of vegan products including shoes, clothes and food. scrambled tofu for breakky is lovely, i frequently order it. as a recently converted vegan i love this place for the kind and welcoming staff and amazing food. i often buy tea, organic jam and vegan chocolate and other food and non-food products from here
Bliss has a very comfy, rustic feel to it. You could easily hang out here for a while. I am a carnivore that sways to vegetarianism on occasions but rarely venture into vegan territory. I was intrigued by the scrambled tofu so decided to give it a go. It came out looking like scrambled eggs and had a similar texture so I guess if you're a vegan it's as close as you're going to get. They were tastier than expected. I was hoping that the side order of baked beans would be homemade however, they didn't appear to be which was a bit disappointing. The soy milk in the coffee was also a new experience. The lunch and dinner menu looks good and I'd be keen to return and try a burger or a curry.