We visited the East Head Cafe for brunch on a Saturday morning.
All that has been written about the service and location is true. Lovely property, mesmerising location and friendly and slick service. Coffee was ok (not great) but no worse than anywhere else.
Food was a bit odd, and I had to scrape off the tomato jam from my eggs as it was ultra sweet and vile, but the eggs and toast were good. Maybe my menu choice was bad.
All in all a great spot and I was totally go back on another occasion given the chance.
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