korean chicken (crispy fried chicken with sticky sauce) and side salad of purple cabbage and spring onions (without dressing) $22 is nice. coffees still good but not great. soup of day was pretty disappointing- sweet potato and pumpkin and ginger (no ginger taste at all) boring and something i could have made myself at home, super expensive at $13.50 fo a very small bowl
just tried their new regular menui item the korean spiced fried chicken with sie serve of beetroot yoghurt and slaw salad (just purple cabbage and thinly sliced snowpeas no dressing which is nice) and french fries. chicken was lovely and just hot spicey enough, about 5 med sized pieces,lots of French fries which i am not a fan of as cheap and unhealthy and no what yuo would expcect at a cafe. very yummy, maybe a bit small for serving size, but colorful and nicely presented. fast service
wish cafes like south society could use their facebook pages for helpful uses for customers such as christmas closing and re opening hours so you dont have to drive past and read off notice on front door. i would have thought facebook would be the perfect avenue to give out this sort of information rather than the frivilous stuff often on cafes facebook pages
korean fried chicken is nice with red cabbage, snowpea slaw, five spice fries, pickled ginger mayo $23 but a bit expensive. great name for juice "wolf of waverley" - pineapple, mango, passionfruit $8.50 but also expensive. cool names for smoothies too $10 such as "Kwik e mart, Wednesdays we wear pink and I came, acai I conquered"
chilli eggs $18.50 scrambled eggs is abit rich (too many eggs and not enough other refreshing tastes), my mum had the lamb gnocchi $24 which she said was delicous. bowl of fries are shoestring and $8. prana chai lattes $5 great. seafood boulablaise was special seafood of day and three cheese raviloli was special pasta of day.