3/257 Crown St
Eggs cooked to perfection.
Got your attention.
Well this all started with toast of course, spread with smashed avocado then butter spinach and stacks of halloumi was added.
This was then drizzled with housemade aioli and finally topped with those beautiful eggs that oozed molten golden orange yolk when cut.
Ok - now we've teased you a bit lets talk about this place a little bit more. Pablo's Vice is a name you can easily remember - it's certainly unusual. It actually sits on a gently sloping part of Goulburn Street just around the corner from Crown Street and they have used the slope well to put a few well levelled tables and bench seats there. It's small though - probably only seating around 30 people max.
Breakfast number two was just as good as the first one! It was one of their daily specials. Called Bush Dukka Eggs it again started with toast - sourdough - with smashed avocado then rocket on top. A generous spread of blistered sweet whole cherry tomatoes added zing to the colours and this was all topped off with two beautifully poached eggs dusted with dukka. Lovely.
A couple of tasty Campos coffee's kept us going during the meal.
We couldn't resist and actually ordered seconds of this drop too!
It's a nice coffee and it's done well here - as the steady stream of take away orders proved.
Pablo's Vice is a sin worth experiencing. They have great coffee and food there that looks and tastes great and comes in good sized servings. Lets finish with a few more of those delish breakfasts again! It's a quaint place with a real charm to it too.
Sir and Count N dined as guests of Pablo's Vice. Thanks to the crew there who looked after us so well and to Maz Coote of Coote Connex for arranging our visit.