Yummy Breakfast and Cocktail Combos At Treasury On King William In Adelaide, Australia

Fancy cocktails with your breakfast? At Adelaide’s Treasury On King William restaurant, you can feast on classics like an English style “fried eggs, bacon, black pudding, baked beans, chipolatas and roast tomato” meal with any cocktail of your choice.

The chef, Andy Thiele, says, “Whether it be Bloody Marys and a hearty full English breakfast to help recover from the night before, to mimosas matched with fresh fruit salad, vanilla and honey yoghurt and candied walnuts for something a little lighter,” there’s a combo for you.

For someone who likes old school drinks:

“Another favourite is a classic breakfast martini (utilising house made orange marmalade) and a serve of plain toast, or toasted banana bread with sweetened goats curd for something a little different. South Australian oysters and mimosas or Bellini’s (classic champagne and oyster pairing) are also a staple for a light lunchtime combination.”

For a hard to please, “been there, done that” foodie:

“Another pairing could be the light and fluffy combination of a honey and rosemary sour, which works well with the rich chicken liver parfait with fig and walnut toast and black sherry.”

For a new friend…or cute date:

“Go for a clean, crisp, dry vodka or gin martini (depending on which way you lean) matched with our stunning steak tartare, smoked olive oil, herb salad, salmon roe, poppy seed lavoche.”

Live in Australia or taking a visit down under soon? Read the breakfast menu here, hit the web at http://www.treasurykw.com.au before you go and note the address for when you arrive:

144 King William Street
South Australia

Phone: 8212 0499
Fax: 8212 0599









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