Opened during the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic, ScRoll Queen's first brick-and-mortar store has managed to garner a good customer base in the popular Mount Gambier region. Dylan saw a gap in the 'scroll' market and his idea for a shopfront definitely paid off. We showed up at 9am on Sunday morning thinking we'd be the earliest customer. Boy, I was wrong! The people then continued to come as we were tucking into our scrolls.
ScRoll Queen specialises in everything scrolls. They bake a variety of sweet and savoury flavours each day (except Mondays), so there's bound to be something that caters to your taste. Their traditional cinnamon scroll and blueberry cheesecake scroll are crowd favourites, but I just could not resist the aroma of the sweet chilli and cheese scroll. Served warm, the combination of oozing cheese with a well-balanced sweet and spicy sauce had my tastebuds tantalising. My friend tried the apple and cinnamon scroll, and it was really good too. Other flavours include coffee walnut, lamington, mint, mocha, custard beesting, caramel pretzel and more.
We were greeted with a friendly smile as we walked through the doors. I could tell that the staff was genuinely happy to serve us. "A taste of royalty" is what ScRoll Queen stands for and I indeed felt like I've had a royal experience when we left. We wouldn't hesitate coming back again next time we're in the vicinity. ScRoll Queen is located within the small and unassuming Badenochs Shopping Centre on Bay Road in Moorak, approximately five minutes drive from Mount Gambier's CBD.
Very yummy! Discovered the Scroll Queen last year while on holiday and it was definitely on our list when we stayed in the area again this year. Periwinkles Cafe down the road at Port McDonnell was another favourite.