Housed in a compact shipping container you’ll find excellent coffee, homemade baked sweets, sandwiches to go.
Owner/operator Vasili Doukakis is very passionate about coffee and it shows in the taste. I’m no coffee expert and I’ve mentioned that many times on this blog. But I can detect in my espresso some citrus notes and it’s very easy to drink.
Vasili’s mother bakes all the sweets on display; banana bread, muffins, brownies and no matter how hard he tries, she will not give up the recipe.
The sandwich fillings are pretty safe and good – sliced chicken, mustard and shredded apple adding sweetness are packed in a crusty sesame bun.
A little smear of chili chutney, salty proscuitto slices, rocket and soft-boiled eggs combine to make a tasty sandwich.
I elected to have my breakfast box assembled all prettily – otherwise you can just have the components served to you separately. It includes smoked salmon, avocados, tomatoes, crumbly feta cheese and olive oil. The olive oil comes from Vasili’s parent’s business in Greece.
The lamington cronut pictured was an Australia Day special for the weekend – it looked fabulous just like the classic cinnamon and red velvet cronuts.
Not pictured: I also tried the banana bread that is made by Vasili’s mother – it was moist and buttery, just great to have with coffee.
MsBrulee dined as guests. Opinions however are my own.