We arrived just after 1pm and fortunately the queue wasn't too dreadfully long. The staff even offered us free home-made cookies and freshly brewed coffee while waiting in line, which is always a nice touch and definitely deserves brownie points in my book.
I love the contemporary artsy ambiance of the cafe, accentuated by its vintage decor.
The ham was one of the best I've ever tasted, but overall the dish lacked flavour and was a tad underseasoned. The texture was also lacking, with the scrambled egg being noticeably the main player of the dish. A little more ham and a bit more crunch would have made it better.
Beetroot Cured Salmon - with a pea, feta and corn fritter, avocado, rocket, dill sour cream and lemon
The beetroot cured salmon on the other hand was smashing and obviously quite popular. The corn fritter complemented the salmon really well, and overall it was quite a healthy option.
Three Bags Full is definitely one of the best cafes I have been to. According to many reviews out there, it apparently serves really good coffee but I can't vouch for that as I am not a coffee drinker. One tip though, be prepared to share a table with strangers but it shouldn't be a problem anyway.