As the signage out front will tell you, 34 Wyatt Street is “more than just a cafe”. This city lunch nook, led by chef Carl Canela (formerly of Arkhe, Bloom and Scenic Hotel), serves modern cafe fare with a Filipino twist, and is unlike anything you’ll find in Adelaide.

The stars of the menu? Definitely the sandos.

Options are made on either dark or light rye, and come with Filo-style fillings such as bistek steak with pickled onion and yuzu; and crumbed pork longganisa sausage with slaw. For the veg crowd, the haloumi stack sando is a winner. Some of those fillings also feature in traditional garlic rice bowls, served with a fried egg and a choice of protein.

If you want something sweet to enjoy with your coffee (or fresh juice), go for one of the decadent croissants. The leche flan number is the signature; a fluffy, flaky viennoiserie with a slice of crème caramel wedged on top.

34 Wyatt’s intimate interior is punctuated by bursts of greenery, and centres on an open kitchen with bar seats to encourage conversation between staff and diners. A smattering of tables outside has communal dining covered.

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Updated: June 20th, 2024

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