|reflection on the front window of the café|
We sat down in the outside courtyard to peruse the menu. I decided on potato hash cakes from the all-day breakfast menu while hubby went for the halloumi burger from the all-day lunch menu.
|potato hash cakes $17|
These hash cakes were mashed potatoes which was a bit disappointing to me. I had expected something a bit chunkier, or grated potato even. They were sad to say rather bland and heavy. On the plus side there was heaps of crispy bacon, and a herbed sour cream.
|and this is just the first page of breakfast dishes|
|halloumi burger on brioche bun w/- avocado, pesto, homemade relish etc. $18|
Mr P. really enjoyed his burger (he always chooses vego.) The chips were well-seasoned and crispy, and the burger had plenty of relish - a Mr P. essential.
|iced mocha $4.50|
My iced mocha was strong and very cold; perfect for a warm Brissie day. Hubby had his usual strawberry milkshake. We had to ask for water several times from different waitstaff. I guess they all forgot, even though it wasn't incredibly busy.
|strawb. milkshake $6.50 - slightly expensive for its size?|
The Rabbit Hole calls itself a tapas bar and restaurant doing breakfast and brunch. You can indulge in a coffee or a glass of wine or beer and while away some time, or go all out and have a tasty meal.
|from across the road - sorry about the sun|
The café is in a charming revamped corner shop, with plenty of outdoor space. They have a kids' menu too if this is a family outing. You can even build your own breakfast, or indulge in an espresso martini.
The Verdict: a pleasant place to spend some time relaxing with some tasty food and a coffee or wine.
5 The Corso, Seven Hills 4170
Ph: 0410 119 341