super fast service my middle eastern eggs $16.50 were ready in 5 mins- 2 p/eggs, slow roasted tomato quarters, wilted parsley and spinach, labna and dukkah with toasted turkish bread- yum! soup special of the day was sweet potato and corn for $12.50. my latte was not as good as last visit but still pretty good and have Bonsoy
had another great lunch here today, loved my bonsoy latte and the mexcian beasn (red capsicum, red kidney beans, corn, avacado, red onion, chilli warm salsa style with roti bread triangles was delicous $17 a bit small for price. soup of the day was chicken and corn $12.50. loved their middle eastern eggs again too $16.50 with dukkah and 2 perfectly poached eggs. lovely staff and fast and friendly service
a year after new management they are serving the same dishes as previous owners which is great as they are delicous- such as panzanella eggs and middle eastern eggs. I had the middle eastern eggs $17- 2 p/eggs, slow roasted tomatoes, wilted spinach, turkish bread and labna - loved it. The menu is alot larger than with previous owners so alot more to choose from, including the usual 3-4 specials of the week and a soup. coffees very very good (with Bonsoy). service friendly and fast
had the special tumeric coconut chicken with vietnamese slaw and peanuts $20 on th specials board today which was nice but a bit expensive. we also had the soup of the day zucchini and pea $12.50 also a bit expensive for soup especially a 2 ingredient one. baguettes and sandwiches available to take away in display case on weekdays.
had a nice breaky of porridge with poached pears, toasted almonds, ginger crumble and maple syrup- not your usual run of the mill porridge but $11.50 is a bit expensive for porridge. my husband enjoyed his laksa eggs $17.50 -s/eggs, with pickled carrot, s/onions and coriander in roti bread with laksa sauce- nice and spicy but also a bit expensive for breaky. choice of 3 omlettes were also available for $15.50.