What I loved about the pizzas were the lightness of the base and the fluffiness the fresh toppings sat upon. Michael told us that the flour, cheese and tomatoes are sourced from Italy and the other ingredients are locally sourced. They were equally fabulous!
The brownie was probably our favourite part of the meal. I have no idea how to give the brownie full credit, you just have to order it yourself .
while taking in our surroundings.
The cafe itself is quite long and narrow but there is adequate space between the tables. There is a slightly raised platform at the back of the cafe with long bright windows to allow lots of natural light in, this is where we were sitting.
The kitchen can be partially seen through a serving window and you can’t help but redirect your eyes when you see a chef in the kitchen.
I was unsure about what I wanted to order, I was torn between ordering the Corned Beef Hash ($15) and the Eggs Benedict ($18.50). In the end, I went crazy and got the Eggs Benedict but maybe for my next breakfast I’ll venture outside my comfort zone a little more.