NATURES PROVIDORE
Adelaide, South Australia

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Snaffle a seat at boutique restaurant Natures Providore to receive some of Malvern's best organic cuisine and local produce. Guests to this comfortable cafe can enjoy a Modern Australian menu of salads, veggie burgers and wholesome breakfast fare alongside some great coffee, and just in case you need some inspiration for dinner, Natures Providore also offers a huge selection of vegetables to buy by the front door.
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General info

Address:

88–90 Duthy Street
Malvern SA 5061

Suburb:

Malvern

Contact:

Cuisine:

Cafe, Modern Australian, Organic

Price Range:

$$$$ ~ $$$$

License:

Unlicensed

More info

PROFILE BY BEST RESTAURANTS

Hayden Rogers started cheffing in 1990 and since 1995 has been growing and supplying organic produce to Adelaide restaurants. These days his home-grown products go directly to his two-year-old Malvern cafe, DOOF DOOF. You will find it placed between walls decorated with retro cooking utensils and uber-kitsch Australiana kitchenware. Manager Antony will guide you expertly through a menu which delivers organic foods at their wholesome best.

While breakfasts do not offer anything out of the ordinary, you know ingredients used are anything but. Order up the omelette with slow-roasted tomatoes, spinach and goat's cheese, with a side of smoked chorizo. Around a dozen wood-fired pizzas are available from noon onwards. There are several vegetarian beauties such as B.-d. Farm Paris Creek brie, mushrooms, spinach, artichoke, olives, onion and capsicum. Il granchio is hard to go past with its blanketing of crab, chilli, lemon myrtle, spinach, fresh parsley and (optional) mozzarella. At $30 the 12-inch smoked salmon number makes for an indulgent round and is complemented with B.-d. Farm Paris Creek quark (mineral and protein packed, it is comparable to cottage cheese), while horseradish and spring onion finish off the fish with bite. The veggie burger (on Turkish or sourdough bread) is a popular lunch-time choice. Curry-lovers have a newbie each day to enjoy with yoghurt, pappadums and brown rice. Fruit and vegetable juices are blended and sold by the bucket load, especially the ultra-chilled "Fruit Disco" which is an energetic mix of strawberries, mango, apple, banana and passionfruit. Daily-picked vegetables from Hayden's Ashton farm are also readily available in the mini farmers' market.
Roz Taylor

Specials & Events

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Functions

FUNCTION MENU
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MAX SEATING
21 pax

Features

Breakfast
Caterer
Historic Building
Parking
Suitable for Families with children
Suitable for Pre Theatre
Takeaway
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