One reason we love Adelaide here at Glam is because it’s the gift that keeps on giving—just when you think you’ve seen it all, it surprises you all over again.
Treasury 1860 is one of those surprises—if you’re not looking for this inner city sanctuary, it is easy to miss. Nestled in the heart of the city on Flinders St, Treasury 1860 is one of the few restaurant cafes that opens super early for your breakfast and coffee needs before the sun is high in the sky.
They boast a restaurant and bar perfect for lunchtime catch-ups with friends or dinner-time outing with some of South Australia’s finest boutique wines and craft beers. Make sure you step out into the courtyard and let yourself get swept away by the breezy Birch trees and Parisian-like architechture.
Enjoy the gorgeous inner-city oasis while feasting on delicious food created by Chef Nick Filsell who recently joined the team at Treasury 1860 and brings with him experience and passion born from working with some of the world’s finest restaurants and hotels. His vision of globally inspired, locally sourced dining will bring a fresh and modern dimension to the culinary caliber of Treasury 1860.
Nick is thrilled to be joining the team at Treasury 1860. “With such an incredible location and a building rich in its cultural significance and history, the Treasury is the perfect space to highlight the best of what South Australia has to offer,” he says.
With the colder months apporaching, guests can expect to find a hot pot of mulled wine bubbling away in the bar, giving off an indulgent and comforting aroma of cinnamon and cloves. As the chill of winter rolls in, the team at Treasury 1860 looks forward to launching its Winter Marquee in the courtyard space to provide an ambient, warm and cosy element to their lovely outdoor space.