the sriracha and maple glazed bacon $15 with smashed avacado, lemon coriander on sourdough sounded nice. but i had the moroccan beans this visit $17 with baked polenta, charred corn, goats curd, p/egg and za'atar which was quite tasty although i find polenta fairly boring tasting
new management, food the same, coffees still the best around. I had the "moroccan beans with 2 p/eggs, and baked polenta slice with goats cheese, beans done in a tomato sugo type way. new staff not as attenative as past-i had to ask for a menu after sitting myself down rather than staff coming over to attend to me. The specials board was written in small writing in a chalk color that you could not read easily, so you needed to ask staff for the special soup as the menu only said soup of day (it was a slow cooked pork and lentel) $13.
loved the quiona and chilli scramble $18 with wild mushies, kale, tomato relish, GF chia and buckwheat toastm special on tbis visit. my husband enjoyed his chicken burger with cos, goats cheese, beetroot relish and chips $19. we both had a smoothie which was great $6.50 "ricky martin banana, blueberry, almond and coconut milk and the "pash rash" strawberry, passionfruit, mango yoghurt. has recently been sold so lets hope new owners continue with great food, service and prices
my kids shared the lemon chilli chicken sandwich on sourdough (s/avo, tomato, cucumber, siracha mayo) $11 which was good. I had the corn and cauliflower fritters $18 smoked trout, charred corn, beetroot relish, green goddess dressing s/avo, and p/eggs delicous. warm and cosy place. great service