Great to see such a cute little cafe nestled in a quiet little street so close to the central city! What’s more, the food is superb and original. Yay!
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Went here for dinner shared everything great croquettes tasting plate of different types of middle eastern dips and the chorizo which was fantastic finished with a burger which was devine pity there were not a few more substainle dishes but were told they are looking...More
Decided to take a punt on this place. Unfortunately was quickly disappointed. High prices, disinterested waitstaff and a lack of cafe space. The French Toast tasted like it had been nuked in the microwave and was laced with chilli chocolate which ruined the meal. Disgusting....More
perfect place for those who want a quiet cosy corner to talk and enjoy a light tapas meal with glass or bottle of wine ,open 3 nights until 10 pm ,friendly staff and beautiful setting nestled on the edge of the CBD,think melbourne or Paris...More
Breakfast here is great, but it is a small cafe which is clearly popular with locals, so it is hit and miss whether you will find a seat. If you do, you will enjoy it.
The excellent things about this place: Service attentive, patient and the waitress memorised all orders- super impressive! No errors! This is how standards should be. Bloody Mary's Small establishment yet big enough not to bump in to other patrons Nice and cool to sit outside...More
Went here and specially asked for a breakfast be ordered straight away for my son who hag limited time came out with the rest of our order he end to have it take away which still took a long time Coffee was average how experience...More
Great little place in an old apartment block. Super brekky/brunch menu, a really good feel, and decent coffee. Tables are a little crammed when it's busy, and it took ages for our order to be taken, however staff were rearranging newspapers etc, which was a...More