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Published May 19th 2017
Let this little cafe Elevate your senses
Parramatta is on the fast track to becoming a foodie hub with new restaurants and cafes popping up regularly. The Elevation Café is one of these cafes, just shy of its one year anniversary, which caught our eye with its charming décor and surprisingly cheap menu.
The café is fairly small with both outdoor and indoor seating and serves up your classic brunch offerings such as eggs Benedict, hot cakes and avocado on toast. At $8.50 (plus an extra $4 for bacon), I couldn't go past the eggs Benedict — always such an indulgent breakfast option.
The décor of the café, which initially caught our eye, is aimed at bringing a bit of nature indoors with little terrariums scattered across the café to help their customers relax. There are also lots of cute touches with their cutlery and the presentation of food (although it got a little ridiculous in terms of space because my friend's drinks were beautifully served deconstructed on large boards).
My eggs Benedict didn't take too long to arrive and was a generous serving of two poached eggs on English muffins with spinach and a side of asparagus (plus my added bacon). The eggs were cooked perfectly, solid whites and runny yolks. My friends were equally happy with their coffees and meals.