I had brunch the other day at the Cafe Del Mar. It's a wonderfully quirky cafe, with very unusual decor which has a hint of the Greek islands or perhaps Bali - well, I suppose the beach really. The walls inside are painted with resort and fishing town themes. Asking the waiter didn't reveal much about the origins of the decor either as he didn't seem to know - I almost had the impression that it was designed to reflect the place where you, the customer, most wanted to be - very clever!
Our eggs were marvellous as you can see for yourself.
There is also quite a large alfresco dining area out the back, and a few tables and chairs on the footpath. The coffee was also very nice, and there was an assortment of expensive biscuits on the counter if all you desired was to meet friends for coffee and to a have a little nibble. The atmosphere was very relaxed and the waiters didn't hover, which was great.
One of the many wall murals on the cafe walls, behind the counter
I had the impression that the place was a bit of a local haunt and I could imagine there would be peak times such as the coffee before work crowd and the weary after work crowd who have come out of city by tram after a long day. We were neither but enjoyed both the food, the coffee and the atmosphere!
The cafe is situated on last stop of the tram line
Booking - not necessary Getting there - Without a car by public transport by Tram is very easy as this cafe is literally at the end of the Carnegie line With a car there is no off street parking, but plenty of parking on the street Disabled Access Assessment Ramp access - easy Disabled toilets - good Aisle access/width (1 metre) to allow ease of movement- good Proximity to to disabled parking - I didn't see any disabled parking, just street parking!