7:30am - 4:00pm
96 Gilles Street Adelaide

This coffee shop from Caitlin Duff and husband Nathaniel Morse is next to literal sister space Ensemble, the retail shop run by Caitlin’s sister, Anny.

Duff and Morse moved back to Adelaide after a stint in Melbourne where they spent eight years playing in bands and working in cafes.

The space will also house the couple’s recording studio, Elysian Fields, which they’d been running in Melbourne. Sibling’s spot – with its beautiful shopfront area – makes it a place they can practice all of their passions: making coffee, food and music.

The Sibling kitchen serves a simple menu of bagels, toasties and seasonal soups, all available to eat in or take away. There are pastries from Market Street and cakes by mum, Kate.

Duff and Morse have enlisted some of Adelaide’s top producers for supplies: bread from The Lost Loaf, bagels from The Beigelry, cheese from Say Cheese and coffee from Monday’s.

The fit-out is minimal; it’s light and bright with textured and white walls, white chairs and timber tabletops and countertops.

Coffee is served in cups by Aoon Pottery, which Anny picked up in Thailand. Emma Sadie Thomson, who also runs Ensemble, has crafted planter boxes with herbs to be used for cooking. The aprons are made from leftover linen from Anny’s label, Good Studios.

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Updated: December 11th, 2018

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