One of the most memorable café experiences I’ve had was at Kerith Brook Café located near Boundary and Vulture St in West End. It was my first “café crawl” with my friends and this was our first stop. Although it’s small, the interior was so nicely decorated with colourful chairs and cute wallpapers. As soon as you walk into the café, you can feel the warmth and cosy atmosphere that the café gives off.
The menu at Kerith Brook is simple with a selection of hot and cold drinks, hot breakfast options, salads for lunch and selection of cakes and muffins from their front cabinet. We were all starving by the time we met up so we ordered quite a wide range of dishes:
The eggs were cooked nicely and the amount of sauce was just right. Unfortunately the didn’t offer the alternative of smoked salmon with the eggs benedict but ham was still yummy.
Bagel with Blueberry and Walnut Cream Cheese Spreads
Probably my favourite – the cream cheese spreads weren’t too overpowering and with warm toasted bagel, perfecto!
Pistachio and Cranberry Slice accompanied with vanilla ice cream
The nutty aroma of the pistachios was a little overpowered by the sweetness of the rest of the slice. Would be perfect with a cuppa coffee! Nevertheless, still a yummy slice!
Toasted with macadamia nuts, white choc chip chunks and oozing butterscotch sauce … mmm… exquisite!
Kerith Brook Café was really not at all disappointing!
Items on the menu are well-priced and they also offer different coffee-and-cake specials. The café also offers free Wi-Fi for those who like to surf the net a little while drinking their cuppa! Will definitely be back to try other things on their menu!