I like to live life not be a spectator.
I love music,dancing, theatre, travelling, food, cycling and walking.
Writing is an enjoyable pastime that allows me to share my experiences in the beautiful cities of Sydney and Newcastle
Published March 27th 2016
More than a bowl of porridge
Three Bears Kitchen offers a variety of tasty healthy food in an inner city location. We were pleasantly surprised to get a table at this popular venue on Easter Sunday.
The decor is eclectic and welcoming as are the friendly young staff members. There is outdoor as well as inside seating, children are catered for and daily newspapers available to read. The menu is concise with favourites of eggs, big breakfasts, porridge and Reuben sandwiches. Variety comes from the daily blackboard special salads, tarts and jaffles.
Three Bears Kitchen provides options for vegetarians and special diets such as gluten free. The cafe is BYO with a corkage charge of $5. Fish & chips, steak & chips and vegemite toast are some of the items available for little bears. Catering in the form of function canapés, Paella cooked to order or a global dinner menu is also available.
The lambs fry was delicious; it was tasty and flavoursome without being stodgy and heavy. Cauliflower rice with pumpkin was one of the daily salads and I enjoyed the new taste experience. The coffee was great as was the serving of Persian Love Cake.
Global dinners at $60 pp are offered on a monthly basis on Friday and Saturday nights. The 5 course menu for April is Portugeuse, March was Parisian and February was of Amalfi.