There is nothing like a good brunch to fill your tummy!
Sash and I went there close-ish to closing time. By then, there weren’t many things left, the display shelves were mostly empty. 😦
The people there were really nice and friendly. The barista above posed and smiled for me when she saw me snapping pictures, I didn’t even ask. She was so nice. She also started singing Auld Lang Syne awhile later whilst brewing coffee for another table.
I got an ice coffee and a massaman angus beef pie.
I would’ve preferred to try their original/traditional angus beef pie, but there were none left. And during the time we were sitting there enjoying our pies, the other remaining pies were quickly sold out. Lesson learnt: Get there early!
I liked my pie. And the coffee was good too. Sash had an ice chocolate and she loved the chocolate ice cream they used. I tried to get her to ask them where they got their ice cream from (did they make it themselves or sourced from elsewhere), but she didn’t. It shall forever remain a mystery then.
I’ve already decided what I’ll be getting the next time I’m back – Traditional angus beef pie and a sausage roll!
Sash’s perspective on things: click here