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Egg white omelette with vine tomatoes, onions, arugula and 1 slice of bread ($10.90++)
The omelette was really light and slightly bland but they do provide salt flakes, black pepper grounds and chili flakes at the side of evety table. I thoroughly enjoyed garnishing the egg with a mixture of all of them actually, it somehow works. Beerenberg Farm Strawberry Jam from Australia and Heritage Salted Butter were served along with the slice of bread which was crispy along the edges. Somehow, eating everything together (Omelette with the 3 different toppings provided, salted butter, jam and the bread) worked surprisingly well. The hint of sweetness and tartness from the strawberry jam, crispiness and fragrance from the bread complements the subtle saltiness from both the butter and the egg very nicely.
Taste: 7.5/10 (Simple and delicious light breakfast)

Homemade French Toast ($10.90++)
- Mixed berries and maple syrup
Really thick cut of french toast. The exterior was unfortunately not crispy while the inside was more chewy than fluffy, could definitely have been cooked longer. The bread was quite hard to cut into as well.

Flavourwise, the egginess of fthe french toast paired very well with the berries and maple syrup drizzled over it. The berries was no doubt the highlight of this dish with the maple syrup helping to ensure that the entire dish was not too tart. However, there were some parts of the toast which wasn't soaked as much into the egg mixture, resulting in some bites being too bland.
Nevertheless, overall, the berries sauce was not overly sweet and I like how the egg mixture had seeped inside some parts of the toast, maximising the flavour present whilst providing a creamy mouthfeel. Delicious.
Taste: 7/10 (Satisfying and value-for-money but the french toast itself could be improved)

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