Their coffee is fantastic; apparently a 5 bean special that they blend themselves, called "5 senses" which wonderfully complimented our breakfast. My dinning partner ordered the "Big Breakfast" while I ordered the "Breakfast Bruschetta" and neither of us were disappointed
We were both particularly impressed by the in-house baked beans served with the "Big Breakfast". Curious we inquired if they made them on the premises and we were told 'yes' and as the guy behind the counter discussed the ingredients he also commented on how long they took to prepare, which revealed to us that they were sincere about their food. He made an interesting comment that not many people order the baked beans, but those who did really liked them. The is so much more to baked beans than Hienz realises!
There was a courtyard out back which was was decorated with street like art. The interior of the restaurant was also tastefully decorated with wall art one side of the restaurant ha a mural depicting scenes of Chinese women at imperial court around 12th century. The opposite wall had an eye catching broken plaster design that seemed to be a world map but I'm not sure?
Booking not necessary Getting there you can get there by car, train or bus very easily, the Highett train station is only a 5 minute walk
Parking there is street parking, parking across the street at the library and another carpark nearer the Nepean Hwy
Disabled Access Assessment Ramp access small step into the main dinning area. Disabled toilets none, the only toilet appears to be upstairs up quite a steep stair case. Proximity to to disabled parking I saw no designated disabled parking.