By Millie Looker
Karma and Crow
:: 249-251 Richmond Road, Richmond
The design is rustic and natural, with glazed cement floors, big windows with loooads of natural light and plants hanging everywhere! Don’t be fooled by the warehouse-sized open spaces, you will find no cold drafts here! The space is cosy and warm – perfect for hiding away in winter, or if the weather is nice there is a cute little garden to sit and enjoy your coffee.
We love food that’s as pretty as it is delicious! The range of brekky is phenomenal and offers everything that you could possibly dream of – from the simplicity of Vegemite on toast (perfect for kids), to the traditional “Paddock Plate” of eggs & bacon with the works. Then, for the more adventurous Adeladies, try the scrambled chilli tofu! If you are vego, gluten free or dairy free there are plenty of yummy options for you too.
As I was writing this, a gorgeous little baby crawled her way over to me to say, “Hey”. I asked her if she was enjoying her time at Karma and Crow and she gurgled and gave me a gummy grin, which I took as a big YES! Seriously though, there is plenty of room between tables to negotiate a pram and both the space and menu is very kid-friendly.
+ VIBE :: Earthy, creative and naturally cool
+ COFFEE :: 5 stars
+ FOOD :: 5 stars