Went there on a Sunday after I convinced my partner to try it with me (we are both vegetarians and I love to experiment with fresh, interesting food). There weren't many people when we arrived but because it was close to lunchtime, it was full by the time we finished ordering our food. I ordered a chai latte with cashew milk which was really tasty - and no added sugar which I actually appreciate. We had our three year old and nine month old boys with us, so I ordered a juice for the older one which my partner said he would share. This cost $9.95 alone and came out in a tiny tumbler (around 150ml). It was just orange, apple and kombucha (not sure about giving three year olds kombucha but the other juices would not have appealed to him). I questioned the waitress at the small size compared to the price and she said it was because the fruit was organic and the kombucha was expensive. The menu says they use some fancy juicer too but it still seemed very overpriced. I ordered the pancakes and my partner got the kofta balls. The kofta balls were a decent size and tasted nice but my pancakes were very disappointing. They were around the size of pikelets, about 1mm thick and tasted like cardboard. They had a couple of teaspoons of ricotta smeared in the middle and a tiny bit of maple syrup to accompany them. And they cost $16. The boys were hungry because the service was quite slow (we were going to feed them separately after) so I quickly nipped across to the IGA to buy some of those Tip Top pikelets. My partner and I ate some in the car on the way home because we were both still hungry and joked that they were way more satisfying than our food at the cafe. I really want to support places like this because it is so hard to find vegetarian food on the Sunshine Coast but this was a real let down. I would much rather eat at Gopal's in Maroochydore or the Krishna Cafe on Saturdays at Eumundi.
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