Meeting Morgan, Kingsgrove, Sydney

>> November 30, 2015

Guest blogger edition

 Meeting Morgan is a bit of a hidden gem in Kingsgrove. Located nowhere near the main strip of Kingsgrove road (which unfortunately does not have any many nice cafes) and in one of the suburban side streets surrounded by everyday homes is this little cafe.

Perfect for a lazy weekend breakfast in the burbs. They also have a kids room so if you have a young family the kids can go wild while you chow down on some brekky and coffee. They also do takeaway coffees and as its on the side streets there is plenty of parking off the street.

Omelette with toast -  Lightly toasted bread with a omelette of shaved leg ham, spinach, Parmesan cheese and tomato. Simply but tasty.

Vegetarian breakfast  - A healthy-ish option, avocado, 2 eggs, haloumi and mushroom and spinach on 2 slice of toast. Another simple but delicious option. You can see in the background there they serve Campos - one of my favourite coffees.

Not a fancy meal by any meals but if you're just too lazy to cook anything and want something quick and tasty, this is a great option.

Meeting Morgan Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato


Josephine's, Riverwood, Sydney South West

>> November 26, 2015

Guest blogger edition

A quick post on a surprisingly good feed. Located behind a dodgy looking drive thru bottleshop/bar is Josephine's. Kind of like a cafeteria brassiere, they offer a range of usual pub grub. Plenty of parking at the car park out back.

What was surprising was how tasty this was. Grab a menu, order at the counter and wait for your food to be delivered to your table. Be warned that there can be a bit of wait however especially if its a busy night. I went on a Friday night and it was dead set choccers.

Surf and Turf- $35 - Beautifully char-grilled rump steak cooked medium-rare with hollandaise sauce and 2 fat succulent prawns sitting on top. Chips are crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside.
Looks small in my photo but was plenty for 1 grown man.

Josephine's Bar and Brasserie - Napoleon's Hotel Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato


Bona fides cafe, Sydney CBD, Sydney

>> November 22, 2015

Guest blogger edition

Tucked away on a side street of the CBD is Bona fides cafe. A smallish cafe which is located next to a small alley which doubles as outdoor seating. Due to the low light decor, its apparently been around for ages but I've never noticed it. However on this occasion we did notice it and decided to try it out.

Inside, it was pretty cozy and surprisingly was pretty busy when we got there. Luckily we got a table and placed our orders with the super friendly staff.

Stuffed zucchini flowers - stuffed with ricotta cheese and herbs -$18.90 - For the entree we got the zucchini flowers. Although the portions were a bit small with just 2 flowers, they were super tasty. The flowers had a crunchy battered coating and a tangy aioli dip.

Mixed grill for hungry wolf - char grilled selection of daily meats, chips and salad - $38.90 - I had a hankering for some protein and this menu item hit the spot perfectly. A medium- well done mini steak, marinated chicken tenderloins, kransky sausage and beef sausages. A side of garden salad provided the perfect accompaniment so that I could claim that this was a 'balanced' meal, hehe

Steak of the day, char-grilled grain fed steak, BBQ prawns, mash and mushroom sauce - $30.90 - The other main was the steak of the day. A beautifully cooked sirloin steak with two plump prawns sitting on top.

Not a bad place to chill out with a nice wine and friends.

Bona Fides Cafe Restaurant Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato


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