For drinks, hubby and I shared a coconut and watermelon shake, which sounded and looked promising, but unfortunately fell short of expectations. It tasted quite bland and lacking - not something we would order again.
The egg waffles, however, were a completely different story. Despite the fact that we were sitting outside in 10 degree weather, I knew I couldn't pass up the opportunity to try out their egg waffles. It came served with vanilla custard, berry compote, green tea ice cream and pistachio praline. I found all the toppings to be in just the right amount, everything worked well together and there wasn't a single component that overpowered everything else. The egg waffles themselves were delicious too - puffy little bubbles of goodness!
Hubby ordered 'The Hangover' - congee with braised pork belly, tea egg, preserved cucumber and spring onion. I thought it was just a tad too expensive, but then again we were at a café, not an Asian restaurant! It was delicious though, and I especially enjoyed the tea egg. It was a beautiful bowl of comfort food, but our only complaint was that it wasn't hot enough!
This was my friend's avocado smash - pretty sure our two dogs got to sample more bread than she did.
Overall, I really liked their different breakfast offerings (it is always a plus when you serve more than just eggs on toast..). We would love to come back to try some of their other dishes - everything on their lunch menu sounds pretty delicious!