There’s nothing “grab and go” about Yuna’s egg sando. It’s a beast that requires a seat at the table, two hands and your full attention. Picture thick slices of fluffy shokupan (traditional Japanese milk bread) bookending a soft-boiled egg and glop of creamy egg salad, served with a side of fries flecked with salted nori.

It’s a prime example of what this cafe/restaurant does best; showcasing a comforting, homey side of Japanese cuisine that some Adelaide diners may not have encountered before.

The breakfast menu might include a French toast croissant with black sesame crema and teishoku; and a traditional breakfast set with shiozake (salted) salmon, tamago, miso soup and house-made pickle. For lunch you’ll find the aforementioned sando, and another with a smashed Wagyu beef patty. There’s also ramen noodle soups, available alongside sandos until both are sold out.

To drink there are specialty brews by Ona Coffee and house-made iced drinks – including peach iced tea and a green “matcha cloud” topped with cheese foam. Drops from small SA wineries round out the booze offering.

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Updated: May 18th, 2024

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