If not by the invite of the PR agent, I probably won’t come to this cafe, given I have to drive to its location. There were a lot of parking spot along the road but its a bit stress to find parking spot in inner west during the weekend.
However, after I tried the menu and walked around the suburb, I am happy to recommend this place to you.
lets see whats in the current menu:
here is the tasting team:
we started with coffee and drink
those are my favourites:
Pulled pork benedict (the pull pork was so tender yet not dry, it seasoned well, and matched perfectly with the brioche bun)
In house Pancake (the type I loved, not too fluffy and sweet, a bit chewy, prefect for morning, and I love that grilled banana, this is just my thing)
Corn Fitter (loved it)
Scollop salad (a great light lunch and very creative with half passionfruit, I actually never thought the scollop can make into this kind of salad. might try at home later)
those are decent (although not too special compare to my top picks):
Smoke salmon Benedict
Smoke salmon on the toast
and the french toast that really instagramable but a little bit disappointing
The cafe has its Korean fusion, with really cheerful waitresses which add a lot of personal touch to its service. They use T2 tea and special organic coffee bean:
I really like to see all the area locals came here and just order without a menu. If you just happen to be around, make sure you pop into this cafe and enjoy a brunch 🙂
By the way, the famous Rozella Sunday market is just around the corner and there is a very interesting organic market call “about life” just opposite this cafe. So if you just want have a lazy afternoon, you can walk around in this suburb and have an awesome shopping tour.