Mon - Fri: 10:00 - 22:00
Sat - Sun: 08:00 - 22:00
This modern and slick joint at Goodman Arts Centre serves a variety of dishes that center around Italian and Australian cuisine, which includes pizzas, pastas and sandwiches. The cafe expands its menu during the weekend - do check out its brunch selection for free range organic eggs florentine and pancakes.
Its a thumbs up for the sake of the breakfast I had there on a wednesday late morning. I'll keep it short and sweet to say that their food was good and the ambience was great. But i visited on a busy saturday morning and it was 180 degree turn. Advice: you guys have good food provided that your team knows what they're doing and you don't overlook customers. Place has the potential to be better than what they are right now.
Also lower your prices, they're WAAAAAY too high.
Prices is on the higher side for cafes and the food quality is just decent. Staffs aren't friendly and the service needs to be very much improved. They don't allow reservations before 5pm but yet they also don't go by 1st come 1st served which is not ideal for the customers. The queuing system should be reviewed to be more fair. The outdoor seatings are terribly hot in the afternoon. Lastly, the bill comes so slowly.. more than 10 mins.. the bill has not yet to arrive and another 10 mins gone after providing the credit card.. we still have no sight of the bill.. and therefore went to the cashier to sign the bill personally and the service is extremely poor, the cashier can't even be bother to apologise for the delay and also not bothered to even say Thank you to the customers.. The customers got to find their own bill, signed off.. and take back their credit cards and go without any word of thanks. Definitely not going back again...Unless the services are improved.
coffee here is really good! Apart from that I find their breakfast really pricey for what you get - averaging $16-20 for food and another $6-$7 for coffee/ hot chocolate.
we ordered the Melba breakfast and my wife ordered Rye bread but the kids wanted white. we asked the staff and they said that will be another $4. the price did not really matter until I saw what we got - one slice of toasted white bread! For a $20 plate of breakfast I would have thought the cafe can afford an extra slice of toast on the house if it was JUST a slice of toast. Really quite disappointing and completely affirmed our decision not to return to this place despite all raving reviews of its pizza and coffee. Really unfortunate...