Market 190 – McLaren Vale, SA
190 Main Street, McLaren Vale, SA, 5171
McLaren Vale is becoming, more and more a place, the place to go to enjoy great food, pretty good wine (couldn’t praise it too highly – I am, after all, a Barossa boy) and a great coffee culture. Market 190, located in at the bottom end (Victor Harbor Road) of the Main Street, is a Café come Providore which is open 7 days per week for breakfast, lunch and browsing. Having always been partial to the other end of town, I discovered Market 190 via the good old ‘Google’ and am so glad I did. I met with a colleague and friend for lunch and a coffee, and not did we enjoy a generously hearty Café style beef burger, but also the ambiance of the place and the coffee (my friend is also a trained Barista – and while he thought his coffee is better, he still drank it all….) – so to the review:
Latte Quality – Good/Excellent – I had two, and while the first one was better than the second (a change in staff, may be the reason) both were very drinkable on a cold, drizzly day.
Cost – $3.30 – for a cup ($4.50 Mug, 50c for an extra shot) – which is about average.
Coffee Supplier – locally roasted, RIO Coffee
Fair Trade – Yes – stickers on the windows, Fair Trade Coffee on the menu (Ethiopian Organic), and beans for sale on the counter.
Venue Suitable for:
- Meeting – Quiet Chat – Study and Reflection – I am sure this place gets plenty busy on weekends and in the warmer months, but there is ample seating indoors – with a few nooks and crannies – if privacy is needed, and it seems as though there would also be tables outside on a nice day. I’ll definitely be back.
You can also follow Market 190 via their Facebook Page.
Posted on August 18, 2010, in Café/Market, Cafe/Restaurant, Fairtrade, McLaren Vale, Rio and tagged Excellent, Fairtrade or similar, Fleurieu Peninsula, Latte & Food Review. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.