Meraki Solé: Cafe Profile

If you ever find yourself in the beautiful Yorke Peninsula in South Australia, we highly recommend you drop into one of our amazing partner cafes, Meraki Solé. This place combines good vibes with fresh wholesome foods, made with a whole lot of creativity and love.

In fact, the name Meraki Solé means ‘to do something with soul, creativity or love, to put something of yourself into your work’. This philosophy runs through the veins of owners, Alex and Rhys who run this cafe with a whole lot of love and passion. According to Alex, Meraki Solé was created to fill a void in the Yorke Peninsula landscape, she said,

“The Yorke Peninsula is known for their pubs and bakeries but unfortunately not a quality cafe that people can come out, have breakfast, brunch and lunch, so we created that space for people…”

Menu

The menu is described by Alex as, “…simple fresh and delicious combinations. Home cooking but taken to the next level – I think, what did my Granny cook that made me feel warm and fuzzy and then I add my own twist or element into it. I also ask my staff to cook their favourites and we put it on our specials board.”

From their famous bacon and egg rolls (made with free range eggs) to a delicious raw porridge, Meraki Solé has your brekky covered. Or how about freshly baked gluten-free and dairy-free goodies or a quince syrup cake for morning tea? Still hungry? Stay for lunch and enjoy their Crispy Asian Spiced Squid Salad or Mushroom Arancini Balls served with a beautiful salad.

Coffee

To top off this amazing menu, you obviously can’t go past a delish Sacred Grounds Organic Fairtrade coffee made with skill by their incredible baristas. Meraki Solé uses our lovely Sacred Blend. Why did they choose Sacred

Grounds? Alex says,

“I believe that it should be the only way people consume coffee, to educate the consumer and make them realise that it’s a bloody good cup of coffee”.

It’s this passion for quality coupled with creativity that really makes Meraki Solé stand out from the crowd.

Why not stop by for a lovely lunch, a delish snack and a beautiful coffee next time you’re visiting the Yorke Peninsula!

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