The coffee club is large with tables spilling out into the busy Sugarlands Centre. The olive walls and floor tiles coordinate well with the wavy design carpet, and the decor is completed with extensive use of pale timber panelling and tables, contrasted with dark wooden chairs and comfortable leather sofas. A very large mood graphic occupies one wall and a show case near the counter, displays an array of delicious cookies, cakes and pastries.
From the wide ranging breakfast-lunch menu we ordered, Eggs benedict with smoked salmon and a hash brown, and their Classic breakfast with eggs scrambled. The breakfasts were very well prepared, along with the presentation. considering the number of patrons in the cafe, our wait time was minimal, just enough time to enjoy a well made latte coffee. We arrived at the Cafe just on 10.0pm and the place was buzzing few spare tables, yet the staff were very efficient and organisedread more
This is the first coffee club that I have ever been to that gives you spread on avocado, which is a little disappointing compared to all the other ones which offer you an actual fresh slice. This didn't make the meal any less delicious however, and service was very friendly and quick with the drinks. I was not however informed of a meal wait until I recieved my drink, and was waiting for one meal for almost half an hour, but my drink did satisfy me till then. The mango frappe with icecream was therefore very well made, with a beautiful soft and fresh texture. I ordered the chicken and avocado toasted wrap, and it was well presented on the plate with the bbq sauce on the side as I requested.