It was so busy that we had to wait for a table and then table hop to a smaller table when one became available. The menu is extensive with sweet and savoury crepes, waffles, pancakes, breakfast dishes and omelettes. I settled on the apple strudel crepe filled with apple, cinnamon, sultanas and almonds and served with cream and ice cream. Son chose the choc chip pancakes, consisting of two pancakes with chocolate sauce and ice cream.
I had not too much trouble finishing my dish and it was pretty good. I really enjoyed the almonds for a bit of texture inside the crepes. My son didn't eat too much of his and said it was too sweet. I probably could have given him that advice when we ordered! The choc chip pancakes with fresh strawberries may have been a better choice as the strawberries would have given some balance.
They also have a large range of beverages including some kids sized servings, which I like as it tends to reduce wastage. There are gluten free crepes and pancakes for an additional $1. Looking around at the other diners most people seemed to be enjoying their selections and fuelling up before hitting the shops
This café is something a little different and good for breakfast. If you are intending to go during the breakfast rush it is probably a good idea to book a table.
Hi Kirsten, we tried the cafe last well and I've tried it previously. It's always busy, which is a good sign for a suburban cafe. I think sharing a savoury crepe then following up with a sweet one is always a good way to go as their servings are very large. Cheers, Sharon