Having enjoyed Boat Deck Cafe's lunch and dinner time offerings, we decided to visit it during the morning to see what their breakfast dishes were like. It proved to be very popular with a crowd of a decent size when we visited it on a weekday.
The hash browns that served as the potato rosti in the Rosti Stack had a light and fluffy texture and were cooked sufficiently to give them a nice crispiness. We liked that the poached eggs had runny yolks and the bacon was not too tough. Accompanying the other ingredients were avocado and tomato chutney which had a hint of smoky flavour to it.
Rosti Stack (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
The scrambled eggs that we chose for The Lot Breakfast were cooked just right and the mushrooms added a delectable earthy taste to the dish. The grilled tomato was very juicy with a good amount of char, and the sausage notably had a hint of fennel flavour to it. Bacon, sourdough toast and butter for spreading on the toast completed the dish.
The Lot Breakfast (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
Among the breakfast dishes that can be ordered all day, their Belgian Waffles were crisp and light with a delightfully sweet and buttery taste. The berries in the mixed berry compote we chose retained a bit of firmness without being too sweet and the scoop of accompanying vanilla gelati was quite generous. If you prefer, the waffles can instead be ordered with a topping of Belgian chocolate sauce, strawberries and banana.
Belgian Waffles (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
For those looking for something quick, you can choose from a selection of pastries displayed close to where you place your order. Parking is not an issue with the carpark behind the cafe offering an ample amount of off-street parking.