The Rogue and Rascal, Port Lincoln | I Only Eat Desserts – Adelaide Food Blog


Seeing this Adelaide/Melbourne hipster bar in a small town like Port Lincoln was a cute surprise. I’ve said this many times but I’ll say it again: hipsters are onto a good thing with these cafes and food. It was really cool to see the place littered with SA products – I spy Steven ter Horst Chocolate slabs on the bench and Fleurieu milk for the coffee.

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Chai Latte

The red velvet waffles were actually not bad. Crispy waffle that had a hint of cocoa where it was drizzled with chocolate sauce and topped with dollops of whipped cream. Scattered across was juicy strawberries which brought a tartness to the dish.

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Red Velvet Waffle ($12)

The Ultimate Baked eggs sounded amazing with 3 eggs, sauteed spinach, tomatoes, avocado, feta cheese and chilli flakes; served with some tasty toasted ciabatta bread drizzled with olive oil. Sadly the eggs were fully cooked which made this dish quite dry – it needed some sauce or runny eggs to help it out. It was a bit small for a main that left me hungry so I wouldn’t want to get this as a main.

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The Ultimate Baked Eggs ($14)

S’s red velvet waffles were tasty that it leaves me thinking I had chosen the wrong thing – wouldn’t mind going back for a revisit to try more of their menu. I visited them after a few months of opening so they may have already ironed out the kinks. Oh and I mustn’t forget to mention that their coffee is pretty good too :D

Food: 2/5
Service: 3/5
Atmosphere: 3/5

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