St. Kilda is a full-service Australian-style cafe & bakery serving breakfast and lunch. We offer healthy modern dishes, fresh-baked pastries, artisanal coffee drinks featuring Counter Culture Coffee, and a full bar serving cocktails, beer, and wine.

Bakery

Housemade Pastries

daily selection of pastries

Housemade Granola & Yogurt

greek yogurt, local honey, chia, strawberries, blueberries, stone fruit, almond milk

Bircher Muesli

whole oats, almonds, flax and chia seeds, mango compote, maple syrup

Gluten Free Bread Available

on all items

Eggs

Full Eggs

two poached eggs, ham, swiss, tomato, toasted sourdough + add avocado or bacon

Huevos Rancheros

two fried eggs, corn tortilla, black beans, feta, pickled red onion, cilantro, avocado cream

The Saint

fried egg, housemade ginger sausage, bacon, avocado, red onion, arugula, tomato jam, housemade sesame seed bun

Salmon & Eggs

seared salmon, roasted zucchini, corn, red pepper, fingerling potato, poached egg

Steak & Eggs

marinated tri-tip steak, rosemary potato, salsa verde, poached eggs

Toasts

Toast

your choice of sourdough or whole grain toast with butter and housemade jam + add eggs

Berries & Cream Toast

cream cheese spread, local honey, mixed berries, toasted whole grain

Avocado Toast

smashed avocado, charred corn, red onion, cucumber, feta, tomato salsa, your choice of toasted sourdough + add an egg

Mushroom Toast

local mushrooms, truffle manchego spread, chives, toasted sourdough + add an egg

Sandwiches

Veggie Sandwich

avocado, cucumber, tomatoes, arugula, pickled shallots, walnut pesto, beet hummus, toasted whole grain bread + add chicken

Roasted Turkey Sandwich

sliced turkey breast, aged cheddar, cabbage slaw, ginger cranberry spread, toasted whole grain bread

Steak Sandwich

thin slicked steak, blue cheese horseradish spread, caramelized onions, toasted sourdough

Salmon Club

local bacon, tomato, red onion, arugula, dill aioli, toasted sourdough

Cubano

house roasted pork shoulder, smoked ham, swiss, pickles, mustard, garlic lime aioli, toasted french bread

Salads

Stone Fruit & Burrata Salad

seasonal greens, fresh burrata, heirloom tomato, seasonal stone fruit, white balsamic vinaigrette + add a poached egg, chicken, salmon, or steak

Market Salad

seasonal greens, snap peas, corn, radish, cherry tomato, green goddess dressing + add a poached egg, chicken, salmon, or steak

Grain Bowl

arugula, sorghum, oats, wild rice, baby bell pepper, pineapple, plantain chips, jerk vinaigrette + add a poached egg, chicken, salmon, or steak

Beverages

Fresh Squeezed Lemonade

Fresh Squeezed Orange Juice

Arnold Palmer

Coke or Diet Coke

San Pellegrino 500Ml

hugo tea brewed iced tea

hugo tea organic loose leaf tea

Mango Ginger Smoothie

mango, ginger, honey, o.j., lemon juice, aloe water

Green Dream Smoothie

spinach, avocado, almond milk, honey, carrot juice

Blue Coconut Smoothie

blueberries, coconut milk, o.j., maple syrup, mint

Coffee

Single Origin By The Cup

Iced Coffee

Espresso

Americano

Macchiato

Cortado

Cappuccino

Flat White

Latte

Mocha

Chai Latte

Australian Iced Coffee

featuring
Counter Culture Coffee

Cocktails & Wine

Classic Mimosa

Raspberry Mimosa

Housemade Classic Bloody Mary

French Mojito

Rye Julep

Aperol Negroni

Blueberry Collins

Espresso Martini

Yalumba Rose

Oxford Landing Pinot Grigio

Oxford Landing Chardonnay

Yalumba Viognier

Matua Sauvignon Blanc

Oxford Landing Merlot

Yalumba Cabernet Sauvignon

Selection Of Local Beers On Tap

A Taste of the Arts in Des Moines, Iowa

417 Magazine

A chic, full-service Australian-fare cafe is the icing on the cake to this busy, beautiful weekend. Breakfast at St. Kilda is just as pretty as the spacious, modern interior of the cafe. Try the avocado toast topped with roasted corn, pickled red onion, feta cheese, cucumber and tomato salsa.

Best of Des Moines – Best New Local Restaurant

Cityview

The Australian-style café and bakery opened in May of 2017, and it has been a hit with locals. The restaurant takes its name from owner Alexander Hall’s hometown, St. Kilda (near Melbourne), and serves artful “healthy, modern dishes” for breakfast and lunch.

We Can’t Believe How Cool Des Moines Is Being Right Now

Food & Wine

On the ground floor of a beautiful residential conversion, steps south of the downtown core, you’ve got the whole nine yards, in a giant, gorgeous space — avo toasts, smoothies and salads stake a claim for good living, even in the dead of winter.

5 Things I Admire About St. Kilda Cafe

DSM Magazine

Something I’ve noticed in my many years of reviewing restaurants in Des Moines: You can rarely get expert espresso drinks and a complete dining experience in one sitting. Frankly, I can think of no venue with the whole package: a full bar, an extensive and talented kitchen, dedicated table service — and a serious espresso machine.

St. Kilda is Expanding to its Second Location

KCCI

The popular Australian-style cafe and bakery is expanding in Des Moines a year and a half after opening its first location. St. Kilda is opening a new location near the Temple Theater at 1013 Locust St. in the old Starbucks space.

 

Top Things to Do in Des Moines

Midwest Living

Australian-raised restaurateur Alexander Hail offers sandwiches like the Saint (fried egg with house-made ginger sausage) in a renovated 110-year-old downtown building.

 

 

 

Open Monday-Friday 7am-5pm • Saturday & Sunday 8am-5pm

Temple1013 Locust St. (Directions)
515.282.4458

Harbach Lofts300 SW 5th (Directions)
515.369.7854