While this tasty bacon and egg roll may be more of a breakfast or brunch offering, why not have one for lunch? It also had no shortage of bacon!Read More
The baked New York cheesecake was a rich, full version. It was also a good sized slice too - not for the faint hearted.Read More
The duck pancakes come in a serving of four and are a little bit different as they have a very big chunk of tender duck on each pancake.Read More
Bacon and eggs are such a solid way to start the day. This serving had two poached eggs, a pile of bacon, tomato and toast.Read More
The chicken and wonton laksa was massive. The bowl was packed with chicken meat, noodles and a lovely coconut curry soup.Read More
This big and tasty flatbread was covered in heaps of Moroccan lamb, spinach, Spanish onion and drizzled with minted yoghurt,Read More
This serving of Xiao Long Bao - pork meatball and soup filled dumplings - were a decent size and nice and tasty too.Read More
This Messina Belgian waffle came topped with banana and strawberries and a dollop of ice cream all drizzled with runny Nutella.Read More
The "Spicy Pork Sizzling" plate was loaded with a colourful array of meats and sides including some delicious Kimchi.Read More
These dim sims astounded us - the biggest we've ever had - massive! They were juicy on the inside and crisp and golden on the outside.Read More
The dips were so tasty, the olives plump and juicy and the house baked pita bread served warm was to die for!Read More
14 Coronation St
This place is like stepping back in time almost. It has a 1970's retro feel to it - making you think that you're on set for That 70's Show. Kelso will walk out any second and so will Red.
It's quaint, cute and memorable here. They also have an all day breakfast menu too. Most of their seating is indoors, but that's where all the retro stuff is anyway.
We sat at a round wooden table with a gaudy green and brown beach umbrella sticking out of the middle. It was so 1970's and also so much fun.
It was the middle of the day but we still all headed straight to the breakfast choices - as you invariably do on a weekend.
The three of us studied the blackboard menu and chose our meals. You order at the counter here but it's well signposted so you don't end up just sitting there like an idiot waiting.
Mlady went healthy again and had the big yoghurt with premium granola and berries. It's a combination she's had before and one she likes. The meal arrived in a kitsch bowl that looked like something out of grandma's china cabinet. But deliberately everything here looks like this. It was a good sized serving of berries, yoghurt and crunchy granola. Her coffee, a Pablo and Rusty's soy cap, was very tasty.
The Duke grabbed his usual, an egg and bacon on a Turkish roll. These come in two sizes here, regular and double, and surprisingly he ordered regular. It was a nice fresh bun and had plenty of filling too. A latte capped off this meal nicely.
The prize for prettiest meal was undoubtedly Sir's. He had the avocado salsa on sourdough. There was the added option of having smoked salmon with this too - which he of course had. This looked amazing and tasted just as good.
The salsa was a lovely mix of avocado, tomato and spices and there was plenty of smoked salmon too.
Bee's Knees Vintage Cafe certainly lives up to its name. Its decor is a step back in time and you can't help ogling all the retro stuff around the walls there and the furniture. An added bonus is that the food is good and so is the coffee!