Meredith Goat's Cheese with Thyme Roasted Mushrooms

$18.00 · 15 Reviews

Hiked up to the outskirts of Dempsey to try this al fresco, family-friendly, western home-style type brunch spot. Had the Green Shakshouka ($18 + $6 goat cheese), which was served in a soup bowl of spinach, kale, pesto and cream base, garnished with goat cheese and pumpkin seeds. It looks weird but it’s absolutely worth a try. Hearty, nutritious, comforting. Portion is good. Sourdough for dipping is impeccable. Ambience is a bright, pastel, flowery farmhouse that's all around feel-good. I will be back to try the rest of the menu!!

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Enjoyed this with a chope 30% voucher (otherwise original price would be $18 + $8 for top up for onsen eggs and smoked salmon, kinda pricey yea)

This dish is exactly the totally white girl must-have brunch. Sourdough that is crunchy at the edges and soft in the middle, topped with LOADS of avo chunks and a touch of hummus. Onsen eggs were sadly not runny though. But overall, this brunch in the lush greenery of Dempsey, tucked away from the crowds, was so so enjoyable 😌

Complete with a trampoline and extensive food options for both adults and kids, this quaint spot is ideal for a lazy weekend brunch with the fam. Go straight for their flavourful Smashed Avo ($18) with dukkah, a crowd favourite. Otherwise, the Meredith Goat's Cheese with Thyme Roasted Mushrooms ($18) is a killer alternative with goat's cheese, roasted portobello chunks and sprouts on sourdough. Wash it down with a Flat White ($6) and you're golden.
Photo by Burppler Victoria Cheung

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Situated in a secluded and serene corner of Dempsey, this is a perfect place to chill and have a lazy weekend brunch. I usually don’t order avocado on toast outside but their avocado, poached eggs and smoked salmon on sourdough ($27) was simple yet delicious. The avocado was not too finely smashed and together with the feta cheese, it was indeed very palatable. This is how avo on toast should be done. Didn’t had space for their home made sweet treats but would be back again for sure.

Located just off Dempsey at Loewen Road, this chic cafe is looking to be the new hangout place for expat mummies. Nutrition and wholesome eating are the driving forces behind the compact menu, which sees the likes of sourdough sandwiches, salads and a few treats, with dairy and gluten-free options. Served on sourdough, the Smashed Avo ($18) is a classic that gets an Egyptian twist with the addition of dukkah, a heady spice mix that adds both warmth and complexity. What we really liked though is the Meredith Goat's Cheese with Thyme Roasted Mushrooms ($18), another open-faced sourdough sandwich that combines goat's cheese with roasted portobello chunks and sprouts for a flavourful, textural treat. According to Burpple Tastemaker Xing Wei Chua, the coffee is brewed from beans roasted by Brother Basil & Co. The Flat White ($6) is balanced and smooth, and a good albeit slightly pricy option. We suggest skipping the Organic Turmeric Latte ($8), which we found bland and flat-tasting, with hardly any flavour from the spice.
Avg price: $25
Photo by Burppler Muriel A

The idea of the marriage of tart sumac and smoked salmon was probably what sold this toast for me. Expected to like this most, but somehow the flavours weren't as strong as we expected. Not to say that it wasn't good (it was pretty tasty 😋), just wished for more beetroot flavour (it was more tangy than earthy) and perhaps a touch more chilli and salt — the last two you can easily remedy with the readily available condiments.