This place always caught my attention while passing by – an interestingly named cafe and a friend had mentioned it was plant-based. The other day the weather was really good and they had kept the front door open, so intrigued, I went in to grab some breakfast. I loved the vibe of this place so visited again with my other half. The service is warm and friendly.
What we had
Charcoal Latte – Activated charcoal, rice bran. vanilla, maple, coconut mylk and homemade almond mylk. I have had charcoal latte before and have quite liked it but I wasn’t a fan of this one.
Chocolate Chaga – Raw cocoa, chaga, vanilla, maple, coconut mylk and homemade almond mylk. I really liked this one but thought it was a bit heavy.
ALL DAY BOWLS
Matcha Frozen Bowl – Premium matcha mixed with spirulina, banana, pineapple, homemade almond mylk topped with blueberries, coconut flakes, coco nibs and seasonal fruits. I really liked the base – the smoothie part of it but thought the fruit topping was a bit much.
Granola Bowl (Energy provider) – Granola with buckwheat, dehydrated fruits, goji berries, red berries, banana, pumkin and sun flower seeds in homemade almond mylk – This was quite nice and very filling. I really liked the crunch of the buckwheat.
Acai Bowl – Acai berries, banana, wild buckwheat granola, maple syrup with seasonal fruits, coconut flakes in homemade almond mylk. My other half ordered this one. I had a taste of this and really liked it. Everything came together really well. Again very filling and really delicious.
There is something about this place which makes me want to keep going back here. The food is nice – always feels good to have a healthy meal, but it is the ambiance of this place that I really like.
Child friendly – YES. We didn’t go with our little one but this is a kid friendly place. It has options for kids and I’m sure the staff would be happy to customise.