This Bohemian Bungalow is a true delight to enter. Miss matched old-fashioned orange and green chairs add to its charm and bright colors – cushions and place mats, tiny vases of bright flowers, dance before your eyes. On each table sat a lime green gardening pot with the cutlery poking out the top.
I popped in to try breakfast and wow, the presentation was something to write about. My poached eggs arrived on sourdough, along with a small helping of fresh pesto with a grilled tomato. A tiny sprig of thyme and a petite leaf of parsley also adorned my plate. Almost looked too good to tuck into.
Every mouthful was eagerly gobbled and left me wanting to try their other menu options. They have 3 separate menus for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The share platters look interesting with several to choose from and a decent range of pizzas are available for the Sunday afternoon music sessions from 2-5pm.
You can choose to sit inside or in one of the 2 outdoor areas among the potted plants and herb gardens.