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The Hub Cafe Kitchen is the latest addition to the cafe and dining scene in Ashgrove. The owner of this new cafe says, "We aim to bring a new style of dining to the area - a little bit of Teneriffe and West End."
While popping in for a cup of their own blend of coffee, you may find yourself tempted by some of the many options available here. Share plates are on the menu, giving diners the opportunity to sample a variety of tasty morsels. I visited with friends recently and the haloumi mintpea fritters and pesto sourdough tasting plates - both looked and tasted great. The variety of tasting plates is excellent and I'm looking forward to returning to enjoy more of these morsels.
For those who love their pizza, a wood fired pizza oven delivers a variety of nine pizzas at $18.90 each. An a la carte menu provides plenty of variety and the food is delicious. Seven main dishes await you, ranging in price from $23.50 for Fettucine Bosciala to Atlantic Salmon for $29. There are lighter options to choose from such as sourdough melts, panini and the Hub Burger.
Service at the Hub Cafe Kitchen was quick and friendly and seating options include inside the cafe or outside in the courtyard area. The decor here is bright and modern, making for a pleasant environment in which to enjoy your dining experience seven days a week, be it for breakfast, lunch, dinner or just a coffee with friends.