Lukoumades donut store in Adelaide says goodbye to Henley Beach

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Lukoumades, one of Adelaide’s top Greek donut destinations, has bid adieu to its picturesque Henley Beach locale, marking the end of an era.  

According to glamadelaide.com.au, in a heartfelt announcement, the Lukoumades team expressed gratitude to their cherished patrons and confirmed the closure of their seaside spot.

“Dear our valued customers, thank you for your support over the years,” the post read. “Unfortunately, we have decided to close our Henley Beach location.”

Lukoumades store at Henley Beach.

Having graced the seaside suburb since 2018, Lukoumades had become a cherished spot for both locals and visitors, evolving into a popular post-dinner hangout for satisfying late-night sugar cravings.

Offering a diverse range of toppings from classic honey and cinnamon to Nutella and Oreo, the place offered Lukoumades for every taste.

While the Henley Beach era is coming to an end, the owners revealed you will still be able to get your hands on their sweet treats, saying their Hyde Park location is still open for business along with their food truck that can be spotted at events.

The sudden caused sadness to many passionate dessert lovers, who shared their emotions about the announcement in social media.

“Oh no, I’m a regular at your Henley Beach store, but that’s okay. I will still see you guys in Hyde Park,” one of them mentioned.

Source: glamadelaide.com.au

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