This cute cafe is nestled in the heart of the CBD and they’re pretty damn serious when it comes to their food and coffee. After recently dining here on a whim, I’m happy to admit that I would go back for a second helping of their infamous Matcha pancakes in a heartbeat. The light yet fluffy green pancakes were served up with some roasted rhubarb, fresh strawberries, marscapone, honey and chamomile syrup and a generous scoop of vanilla bean ice cream.
My accomplice nervously dabbled in the breakfast bruschetta, and her expectations were exceeded by far. The perfect amount of vine ripened tomatoes sat pretty on a nice thick slice of sourdough. But the real winner on this dish was the dried olives scattered lightly throughout.
And of course we had to get a sweet treat from the cabinet to go, so we opted for the muesli slice which we didn’t manage to save for later because it was that damn good.
So if you’re stuck for breakfast options in the city and time happens to escape you, try out this neat little eatery at the top of Hay Street, I promise you won’t be disappointed.