|looking into the cute cafe from the outdoor seating|
|fancy a bit of basic knot tying, anyone?|
See how pretty my cup of Campos coffee was? It took a while to turn up, but it was a decent brew.
|small coffee $3.50|
|strawberry thickshake $8|
Mr P. said his thickshake was good and very cold, which is an important quality in a milky drink (thus spake Mr P.)
I chose Fuzzy Duck Benny with smoked salmon, while Mr P. had corn fritters with a side of fries. My eggs Benny were as expected, and tasted fine apart from the bread. It was dried-out and stale, and had only seen the side of the grill for a nano second. The hollandaise on the other hand had a delicious taste and texture; I am tempted to say it may not have come from the factory. Mr P. found the fritters tasty with a good amount of corn. I asked him if they were really fritters or just corny pancakes but he assured me that there was a fair amount of corn. After taste-testing, I agreed that they were not simply pancakes, and registered on the fritter meter at 5 out of 10 - i.e.- half pancake/half fritter.
|Benny with smoked salmon $15.90|
|corn fritters $15.90 and a side of fries $7.90|
There are a few other items on the menu including a Wagyu mince burger, and the usual suspects of coffees, teas, smoothies; spinach, bacon etc as sides, and a couple of more unusual items like banana bread and quinoa Bircher muesli. There are also daily sandwiches and cakes in the cabinet. If you are after a quick cuppa or an all-day breakfast dish, this is a decent place to sit and enjoy the passing traffic. It is what it is, as the saying goes, and that ain't bad.