Ever since I walked into The Rabbit Hole Café, I have come back for its friendly hospitality, good coffee and delicious breakfast every week after I do the kindy drop-off. It is a cosy little cafe nestled in the Seven Hills area on The Corso. Opening about 3 months ago, it has become very popular - steadily busy at all times of the day. Immediately you are drawn by the street appeal and the fresh looking decor inside. They have a cosy patio deck off the side if you like to get away from any street noise and out of the sun.
The Campos coffee is great and the menu is varied and interesting. From the all-day breakfast and lunch menu, you can try the "build your own breakfast", which includes interesting sides such as sweet corn fritters, honey roasted bacon, seasoned smashed avocado and potato hash cakes.
Scones with cream and jam and pancakes are just some of the sweeter items on offer. My friends have been impressed by the berry frappe and nice, simple avocado on toast. There is a kid friendly menu with dishes such as boiled egg and soldiers, grilled ham and cheese fingers and fresh fruit and vanilla yoghurt. Gluten-free patrons can be catered for as well as they are happy to suit most dietary needs. The tasty looking pastry cabinet includes several sweet squares, panini sandwiches and bagels for a quick lunch.
With small front double doors and stairs to get onto the deck, the cafe is not too pram friendly, but the amiable locals inside are more than happy to help. Bonuses are the toy box and large indoor tables to suit young families and small groups.