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Seven Grounds Cafe

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by Christina King (subscribe)
I'm a freelance writer who enjoys writing about tennis and food.
Published July 28th 2020
Waffles and dumplings for breakfast, need I say more?
This week, I was lucky enough to have breakfast at Seven Grounds Cafe in a trendy corner in Brompton on Hawker Street. It was a beautiful, picturesque day with the sun out and vibrant blue skies.

seven grounds cafe front
Its show time: The front of Seven Grounds Cafe

The inside of the cafe was bright and spacious with plenty of natural light from outside. I must say that the service was top notch and that we got our meals in a very timely manner.

Getting onto the food, we ordered egg waffles, with caramelised banana, chocolate, honeycomb and double cream and breakfast dumplings with a rich ginger broth. Both meals were absolutely delicious.

The waffles were a perfectly balanced dish; the waffles itself were light and very fluffy, with the sweetness of the dish provided by the banana, the chocolate and the honeycomb. The honeycomb provided crunch to the dish, while the toasted walnuts gave an extra nutty flavour, contrasting beautifully with the rest of the ingredients.

egg waffles seven grounds cafe
Waffle win: Egg waffles with chocolate, honeycomb and double cream

The dumplings were deliciously crisp and light, with a good amount of bacon and eggs to make it a breakfast meal. The ginger broth was vibrant, herbaceous and silky smooth and only served to enhance the flavour of the dish.

dumplings breakfast seven grounds
Get in my belly: Egg and bacon dumplings with ginger broth

For the novelty, I decided to order a taro latte. For those of you who don't know, taro is a type of root vegetable so I was interested to see what it would taste like in a drink. I'm happy to say that it was a hit and something different (sweet, pronounced lavender notes) for those who want an alternative to coffee.

taro latte seven grounds cafe
Lovely latte: Taro latte with almond milk

For those of you looking for a new, hip place to have breakfast, I recommend Seven Grounds. You will definitely get your money's worth.
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Why? For hip vibes and great food
When: Mon-Fri 7am-3pm, Sat-Sun 8am-2pm
Where: Unit 1 28a Hawker street, Brompton
Cost: $15-$20
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