The Woolshed Cafe – http://www.woolshedcafe.co.nz/
Reviewed by Karen – May 2014
There is lots of choices in the cabinet or a varied menu. There is a great kid’s menu and they have stuff for the kid’s to do outside like the log walk and playhouses. You can sit inside or outside. The rural setting adds a quaint ambience. This is a regular spot for us as it’s very convenient and great food, hence why we come here.
The service was pleasant and speedy.
The dish is simple but delicious. The sprinkle of cayenne pepper and parsley adds just enough colour to make the dish inviting.
- The Benedict – was good.
- The bacon – two large rashers of bacon, cooked just right.
- The spinach – was nice.
- The muffins – were cooked light and crispy.
- The eggs – were perfectly cooked.
- The hollandaise – was nice and just the right amount of it.
Would we go again?
Yes we would, and we do.
Style: Classic 6/10
Originality: 5/10 – They cater for the Benedict, Montreal or Florentine addicts here. They call the Montreal the ‘Atlanta’ here.
Value: 7/10 The Benedict is $15. The Montreal is $16. They don’t list the Florentine on the menu but I got a side of spinach for $4, so I’m pretty sure they could whip a Florentine together quite easily.
Eggs: (how good they were): 9/10. They were cooked to perfection.
Overall score: 7/10
State Highway One, Sanson.