FOOD:

Central Otago Mirror - - FOOD FOR THOUGHT -

A colour­ful packed cab­i­net fea­tur­ing lots of favourites in­clud­ing car­rot cake, lemon tart, lasagne, crois­sants, sal­ads, wraps greets cus­tomers. To com­pli­cate the de­ci­sion mak­ing process, there is a full menu to choose from with lots of op­tions.

From the cab­i­net we se­lected a colour­ful veg­etable tor­tilla stack ($9.50), an enor­mous cheeseroll ($5), a car­rot cake ($6) and a small beet­root salad ($5), which came with hazel­nuts, feta cheese and a sprin­kling of green­ery. The dishes ar­rived promptly and were well heated through. I en­joyed the pump­kin seed top­ping on the tor­tilla stack.

Or­ders from the menu in­cluded he Bri­oche BLAT with streaky ba­con, let­tuce, av­o­cado, tomato and potato chips ($14.50). It was a sat­is­fy­ing feed for a hun­gry Dad. How­ever, Nana found the sweet­corn frit­ters with roast pep­per salsa, streaky ba­con and creme fraiche ($16.50) too dry for

her lik­ing.

The Hawai­ian kids mini pizza ($9.50) ar­rived un­sliced but staff zipped it away to fix. We agreed the cof­fee was very good.

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