Ok so I wanted to see what all the hype was about with this place so my partner and I decided to check it out for a Sunday morning breakfast. Upon arrival we had to wait only 5mins for a table, we were seated at a shared table and offered coffee. The establishment itself is down a laneway in an old warehouse, had a mixed crowd of both young and old. We ordered a skim cappuccino and a soy latte expecting it to blow our socks off but the coffee was in very small cups and was very strong, only just warm and a little bitter, and took nearly 10mins to arrive. The breakfast menu was extensive I didn’t really get the whole eggs at 63deg for 63minutes, so I opted for Granola Muesli and my partner the Porridge. The Muesli was nice, not great had a small scoop on yogurt on the side with the muesli on the other side with fresh strawberries on top. I had to ask twice for some milk to go with my muesli as the yogurt doesn’t go far, I’m not sure why this wouldn’t come with a dry muesli on the side in a jug (I heard others ask also) I had to sit and wait 10mins for some milk before I could finish my breakfast. My partner had the porridge and was the worst he had ever had, barely warm and only about 1 cup, barely covered the bottom of the bowel and for $17 expect a lot more, he left still hungry. Overall think it’s a great concept very busy and noisy, the food and coffee are both overpriced and overrated. Cost us for a simple breakfast $38 and we both left hungry and disappointed. Too many other lovely places to try before I go back here again.
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