Reload Espresso adds another notch to Salisbury's cool cafe scene, serving excellent espresso and good grub in a gorgeous, historic setting.
Located on a quiet street in an industrial estate (just around the corner from Big Vintage), Reload resides in a beautiful, brick building - a former munitions factory from the wartime forties.
From bullets to beans, the renovated space has retained its integrity with exposed brick walls and corrugated iron ceilings; while owner Giuliano Reyes has added to its charm with retro lounges, recyled timber tables - including the quintessential communal table - and antique piano.
Customers can enjoy excellent Espresso di Manfredi coffee inside, on the breezy side veranda or on the back deck. To compliment your cup of coffee, Reload provides gluten free treats and a selection of pastries by Salisbury's own Sprout Artisan Bakery.
Breakfast includes muesli with Greek yoghurt and fruit salad, eggs on toast (anyway you like) and crepes with poached apples and cream; while lunch options range from beef and quinoa burgers and free range chicken burgers (both served with fresh, organic veggies on sourdough) to steak sandwiches with mushrooms, onions, cheese and avocado with your choice of side salad.
Nice to Note: Keeping it local, all of Reload's organic produce is sourced within a 200 km radius.
by Deb Lidster