There is an overwhelming sense of choice when you walk in, from full lunch from the menu, cabinet lunch with or without salad, to cakes, slices and bliss balls.
The Kids Lunch Box ($10) came with a ham and cheese sandwich, an apple, chips, a chocolate fish and small fruit juice and Miss 7 was delighted. Miss 9 chose hotcakes with maple and banana ($9).
When Nana’s Eggs Benedict with bacon ($19) arrived at the table, it was almost too glorious to eat. Beautifully stacked on a toasted English muffin was spinach, oven dried tomatoes, the bacon and apple cider hollandaise. Rich and filling - it tasted as good as it looked.
I ordered the daily special - poached eggs and asparagus on honey pumpkin bread with beet-
root gel and pickled beetroot ($19) and again, it arrived on the table looking like a work of art. The fresh flavours and combination of crisp and comforting textures were perfection.