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may look pretentious but their food (and coffee) are really quite splendid. The weekend all-day breakfast selection may be decidedly limited with just 10 egg dishes, but boy, are they good. So good I think they make worthy rivals of the king of brunch Wild Honey.
1) Signature Eggs Benedict
($22): a couple of perfectly poached eggs layered upon silky ribbons of prosciutto ham and thick buttery brioche, draped in a wonderfully balanced and delicate hollandaise sauce. Probably on par with Choupinette's rendition.
2) Ham & Cheese Omelette
($14): fluffy and moist with copious shavings of honey baked ham and melted cheddar cheese for maximum flavour.
3) Vanilla Latte
(+$2 top up as part of the breakfast set but $7 usual price): the vanilla added a subtle sweetness belying its potency.
4) Cafe Latte
(complimentary as part of the breakfast set but $5 usual price): well-rounded and robust. I liked that they do pretty consistent latte art too.
($10): Perfectly balanced, ultra moist and creamy, with heady coffee overtones
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