Well crew, prepare to make your kids wildest food fantasies come true. Seriously. What are we on about? Well cheese coloured toasted sandwiches are so last year, because now your clan will be demanding rainbow coloured cheese (and rainbow coloured everything) after visiting this incredible, brand new spot in the city.

Uniqorn Eats, located on Grenfell St in the city (right down near the East Tce end, look out for the brightly coloured window) has been open only a few months and we could not wait to pop in and visit the lovely Nick and Nakita to see (and taste) their insta-worthy creations for ourselves.

This place has been decorated like someone gave my 12 year old daughter the keys and no limit on the imagination. It is fun, bright and if our group were any indication, your crew will just love it. But how is the food? Incredible looking milkshakes are not exactly a new trend, but we have to say we absolutely loved how fabulous they were for the price! Such great value for how much effort and love goes into the fun creations and they tasted amazing. Our group really enjoyed their meal, with everything we tried (which was most of the menu!) getting the big thumbs up!

We loved the unique rainbow coloured menu options, but for parents who are happy for the kids to live out their food fantasy but want more normal-coloured fare yourself? They have you covered with several great savory options which you will get around (we tried the hangover bagel….OH MY GOD….as well as the poached eggs on toast, which were perfect), plus great coffee to boot.

You know what rocked about our visit? It was fun. Just so much fun. The kids will love the décor, which has plenty of room over a few levels to be nice and comfortable (we managed to carry a pram upstairs easy enough), but it is having fun eating cool looking food which will create those awesome family memories. Well priced which is oh so important for families, heaps to pick from and be as brave or as safe as you want with your meal choice.

Oh we have to mention their fab party boxes. The boxes have everything made up as well so you can just decorate the food at home! Order online at here!

And my fave? I can’t go past the gaytime waffles. Simply typing those words made me hungry.

Check out their website and online ordering here
Where: 226 Grenfell Street, Adelaide
Facebook @uniqorneats
Instagram @uniqorneats
Phone: 0468 394 965

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