Weekend brunch may just be our new ritual with this being the 2nd consequent weekend, although over the weekend I wasn’t sure if we had time for it considering the busy morning schedules we had planned. We ended up finding time on Sunday morning, all it took was…. waking up earlier. The poor boy had a late night of playing “Game of Thrones” with his mates and probably did not get to bed till 3AM. I appreciate that he came over nice and early just so I can keep this ‘thing’ going. I find that dining together really is a nice way to catch up on whats happened during the week compared to after work when we’re likely to be burnt out after a long day.
We didn’t have as much time as we wanted, so we can’t be too picky with where we can go. Initially, I wanted to try out Rustic Pearl in Surry Hills to find that, it was a quaint little cafe and the queues had already began. The waitress advised us it would be around a 30min wait. We decided to go to another cafe, we were certain we would find somewhere decent and less crowded along Crown st.
We walked a block or two and came to the next row of Cafes. I had recalled someone pointing out that ‘that cafe across the road from the Winery is pretty good’. I had no idea what the name was until we crossed the road, ah Kawa! I’ve read about this place. We managed to get a table right away and the food didn’t take too long to come out either.
That morning I discovered a new favourite freshly pressed juice combo; apple, watermelon and mint!
They didn’t have creative dishes on their menu but you can’t go wrong with classics like Eggs Florentine.. which is exactly what I ordered. He ordered scrambled eggs, toast with a side of rosti (yum!)
We concluded that, they make good eggs! (which is important for cafes, yes?) I especially loved their hollandaise sauce on my Eggs Florentine, though I wish there was more of it!
I loved the quirky little details outside of the cafe which made it so inviting, I wish we managed to get a table just outside! Their cute little business card definitely leaves an impression 😛
I should also make a mention that my other half, Alfred was the ‘camera man’ most of the time while we were there, I’m grateful for your support in getting me the kind of photos my blog would benefit from! 🙂
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