The Woolshed Cafe – Sanson

The Woolshed Cafe –

Reviewed by Karen – May 2014

The Place:

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:

The service was pleasant and speedy.

The presentation:

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

Taste: 7/10

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.

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