Australia has no lack of brunch places. During our previous visit to the Red Door Bakery, we passed by another brunch place called the Queen St Cafe, we then made a mental note that we would have to return to try it some day. Many weeks later, we were back, with two other friends in tow.
This street has a number of cafes, and competition is stiff, but it seems like every place has their own regulars.
We got there early enough so that we didn’t have to fight for tables, about 10 minutes after we got seated and placed our orders, the crowded started streaming in.
I didn’t like their drinks. My ice coffee taste like coffee flavoured milk. Sash didn’t like her ice chocolate either.
Fortunately, their food made up for their mediocre drinks. Sash’s fish tasted good and well seasoned (although a little bit dry), and the potatoes were so yummy.
Everything went so well together on the plate! A little bit of everything on a little bit of toast… YUMS. The mushrooms from the Farmer’s Market are still my fave though!
Simple, clean flavours in their pasta. When it first came, I thought it smelt like laksa.
At the end of the meal, everyone enjoyed their food. But we probably wouldn’t visit here for their drinks/coffee.