Reviewed by Karen, June 2016
This little gem is oozing funkiness. The cafe is adorned with old LP covers over the walls to take you back down memory lane. There is a great vibe and atmosphere about this cafe. The memorabilia is quite refreshing on the eye. There is an extensive menu on the back of record covers and some cabinet food as well.
Pretty quick and friendly service.
Don’t be put off by the simple plating of this food as it was a delicious experience.
- The Benedict – although not the best bene Iv’e ever had, it was enough for me to say I’d be back again if I was in the area.
- The Eggs – were done perfectly. They were local and free-range which is always pleasing.
- The Bacon – the bacon had a subtle smokiness to it.
- The Spinach – there was a good volume of spinach which automatically came with the dish.
- The Hollandaise – was homemade and had a lovely creamy flavour.
- The Bread – the ciabatta was cooked just right. It had a crunch but was not hard.
Would We Go Again?
Yes we would, the food, atmosphere and service was spot on.
Style: 6/10 – Classic
Taste: 7/10 – The meal was great
Originality: 6/10 – Both Benedict (bacon) or Montreal (salmon) come with spinach
Value: 8/10 – Both options on the menu are $17.50
Overall score: 7/10
44 Edinburgh St, Pukekohe 2120