Boufe - part boutique, part cafe. Predictably crowded on a Saturday morning and very noisy. Grub was alright, predictable with the usual brunch offerings (methinks Melbourne has spoilt me for brunch forever).
From D'elish Treats, a little pricey at $4 but I liked it. Fragrant, fluffy pandan cupcake with gula melaka and desiccated coconut. The cream frosting went quite well together but was too sweet for me.
Grilled Welsh lamb rack with piquillo sauce. The lush, natural pastures of Wales produces what is arguably some of the finest lambs in the world. The welsh lamb that La Taperia chooses has the correct amount of fat cover for succulence and taste.
Big breakfast, Berry Ricotta Hotcakes, Peanut butter, banana and chocolate milkshake and Latte.
Bak chor mee with fish maw at $9 per bowl. May be a bit pricey for a hawker meal but serving is generous 😊