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under new mangement recently, was very quiet on the weekday when I visited. coffees were still pretty good, we had the S & P calamari which was just OK but expensive $20 with fried kipler poattoes, c/tomatoes, pickled cucumbers and r/onion. we also had the vegie sald bowl $17- a thick slice of roast pumpkin, beetroot, SD tomatoes, , persina fetta, chickpeas and walnuts, thin slices of sweet potato fried as crsisps as garnish was alos just Ok and small for price.
have not changed their menu for about a year. calamari salad is very nice (calmari moist) with wombok salad wit pickled cucumber and nam jim dressing (but it is very chilly, so very hot). love how the menu says incorrectly "prickled" cucumber instead of "pickled" cucumber- very cute! $17
open melb cup day public holiday when we dined here. bowl of sweet potato chips was $7 and they were yum but a bit expensive. we had the smashed avo dish as i really like it as it's different to other cafes with the crispy kale and gojo berries and seeds $18. our food arrived super fast, smoothies are $7. light cafe with couches and bench seating at front window
nice breaky meals such as ricotta and berry pancakes $18 with choc and raspberry creme fraiche or 5 grain porridge with black rice , chia, gojo berries, coconut milk $16. asian influences on menu such as seaweed, kimchi. fresh juices are nice such as beetroot, ginger, carrot, celery and orange and reasonably priced at $6
open omelette with mushies, persina fetta, tomato and parmesan on sourdough is nice for $16 and the "smoked salmon king salmon (scrambled eggs with yuzu scented avacado salsa, seaweed infused creme fraiche on quiona and soyabean bread) $19.50 is not yuor usual run of the mill s/eggs or s/salmon dish