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Published February 12th 2016
Stunning waterfront location with delicious food
A spectacular morning travelling by ferry from Circular Quay to Neutral Bay to taste the amazing food at Thelma and Louise Cafe. I heard about this fantastic cafe located on the waterfront at the Neutral Bay wharf, so I had to experience personally what the buzz was about.
Alighting from the ferry, my attention was directed towards the crystal clear water lapping onto a small beach with a person rummaging for shells. As I walked along the dock, the terrace of Thelma and Louise was lit with the brilliant morning sun.
Thelma and Louise is a small cafe with a big outlook. The interior of the cafe has a fun vibrant apricot and green intensity, with playful gnomes behind the counter and an amusing car hanging from the ceiling.
I immediately made my way to the last vacant table on the terrace and a waiter handed me the menu. After ordering a strawberry milkshake ($7) and a chocolate cake ($9), I relaxed to admire a beautiful part of Sydney Harbour, a stunning location to unwind.
The meal arrived and I squealed with astonishment. The cake was huge. One large slice of chocolate cake with whipped cream. I dug in and it was yummy. There was chocolate icing on the top and icing in the middle yet the chocolate taste was not overpowering. It was delicious. The milkshake too was lovely and refreshing on this warm day.