Nestled in a hidden pocket of Albion, this rare gem sits on a blind spot, a corner bend of a busy road, that if you blink, you’ll miss it and lose the opportunity of a covert locale where food has made history for many decades.
Adela’s unassuming exterior beckons you to enter a welcoming and relaxing wine bar. The outside décor is not revealing much of what’s inside, an old building facade with traditional tiles on the front patio, deceptively transforming into nuances of elegance as you step through the main entrance. There, you are greeted by pleasant and friendly staff that revel in customer rapport, warm interactions, and a genuine smile. A subtle glance captivates you as you amble through a warm, cozy and intimate space with a mix of modern décor, earthy tones and reclaimed industrial looks.
The simple and minimalistic settings are synchronized with concrete elements and eclipsed by a bar made from a Brazilian sugarcane green granite, accentuated by soft, dim lights. Simultaneously, it casts a soft glow over beautifully constructed bamboo wine shelves embedded into the white rendered walls on the inside of the bar, a symbol of quality craftsmanship. A high table welcomes you as you enter inside, surrounded by wine racks, and complemented with an ambience carefully balanced with consideration for sustainability, and a respect for natural resources and recycled material.