Breakfast

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29 July 2017

Oh, breakfast! The most important meal of the day and an absolute delight at the Barossa Farmers Market.

Made with all FRESH & LOCAL market ingredients.

The Menu:

Porridge $7.50

Hot bowl of Fleming & Ware porridge served with hot Peach Sauce and your choice of Jersey Fresh Milk, Organic Australian Soy, or eKoo fresh organic Almond milk

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Market Burger $11.00
Gumshire bacon, Waechters’ free range egg, caramelised onionbaby spinach, Eleni Handmade bun and any chutney or relish you like!

GF available

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Oven Baked Omelette $10.00

Broccoli, cauliflower & mozzarella served on toasted Eleni Handmade Herb Bread

add Gumshire Bacon $3

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Vegan 12.50

Moroccan chick pea, beetroot & mint Burger topped with Kurianda Barossa pear chutney

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Big Breakfast $16.50 

House made baked beans with french toast, Thornby smoked sausage & roast tomato

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Kids Meal $6.00

Free Range Egg fried egg on Herb & Garlic bread served with a small Fresh Squeezed orange juice

GF Available

Add Gumshire Bacon $3

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Pancakes $8

3 stack with warm chocolate sauce & Barossa Valley Ice Cream

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FOR ALL MEALS

Add Gumshire Bacon $3

Add Free Range Egg of the day $1.50

Barossa Origin Patisserie GLUTEN FREE buns $2

Picture by Martin Ritzmann - Barossa Farmers Market

 

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Beverages

Iced Chocolate $6.00

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Iced Coffee $6.00

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Fresh coffee suppled by local coffee roaster, Bean Addiction - Barossa Farmers Market

We use local roaster Bean Addiction for our coffee needs

Choose from Jersey Fresh Skim or Full Cream Milk, Australian organic soy milk and eKoo made Organic Almond Milk*

Medium  $3.80 – 8 oz
Large $4.80 – 12 oz

extra large mug of coffee $5.80 – 15 0z

*(add $1.00 for almond milk)

  EKOO & BEAN ADDICTION teas available – please ask at the Breakfast Bar for the flavours.
$3.80

Freshly squeezed juices available using our stallholders’ fruit and vegetables!
Small $4.50
Large $5.50

All produce is sourced from our lovely stallholders and is available here at the market!

Picture by Martin Ritzmann