Stunningly located overlooking Cronulla's beach, Alley Break Cafe is open 7 days a week and serves fresh and tasty seafood and modern Australian cuisine. So whether it's coffee, lunch or breakfast you're after, have a break at Alley Break Cafe.
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I went this morning and was told I could not have scrambled eggs with my bacon hash. The Chef "would only do poached". But he cooked scrambled and put plain bacon on the plate beside them for me. I'm the paying customer and it's your job to give me what I want. Then the waitress rolled her eyes and said, "I hate scrambled eggs"... I'll be telling everyone I know not to go there.
I went there this morning and really wanted the Bacon Hash. I asked for scrambled eggs not poached. I was told the chef would not do it and I would have to have it "as it comes". I'm the customer! I'm the one paying. It's your job to serve me. You cooked scrambled and were happy to put bacon on the plate beside them, but not Bacon Hash? I'll be telling everyone I can not to go there.
My husband and I went to this cafe on a quiet weekday afternoon - the place was less than half full when we arrived. No one cared to seat us, so we grabbed a couple of menus and sat ourselves down. Several (about 4, I counted) staff members saw us, were not doing anything but did not give us so much as a smile, or an acknowledgment. Nobody came to take our orders. It was as if they saw us but chose to think we did not exist. After some time, we left in search of some place with a warmer atmosphere. What is the point of eating there when you've got to endure such coldness.