Cuisine: Mediterranean, Middle Eastern & North African, Breakfast & Brunch
Contact:+61 8 8239 1860
Open Hours: 8a-midnight Su-Th, 8a-1:30a F and Sa
The owners of this cafe have bought Lebanese "know how" to North Adelaide. While there is not much to the decor, the atmosphere is casual and ... More
The owners of this cafe have bought Lebanese "know how" to North Adelaide. While there is not much to the decor, the atmosphere is casual and friendly, and the food proves well worth the visit. The menu has a Mediterranean flavour, from traditional Lebanese and pasta to Asian. Regulars swear by the good quality coffee and favourites like the Kibbi roll, cooked lamb mince, cracked wheat and spices with tabouli, lettuce and hummus in Phoenician bread. Mouth-watering cakes, biscuits and Lebanese sweets are on display--it is impossible to resist the banana caramel cake.
When you book 2 weeks in advance for a sunday brunch with 10 people and then when you get there you are advised they are only serving the Brunch buffet (all fried) it is a little disappointing. When insisting on the Eggs Benedict finally they said they could do it but it will be quite a wait. Not impressed overall.
Every thing was excellent..Service Food desserts yum yum The female chef was very helpful with my dietary needs.ps great hair
thanx again well done.
Would recommend everyone to go,apparantly has a new buffet breakfast & has upstairs function rooms
Be warned, the staff are very rude. I enquired whether they had gluten free bread this morning in which they did, although at a cost of $3 extra(apparently to COVER their costs). I asked under this basis if they would discount the bacon, eggs and toast, if I didn't have the bread in which they rudely responded they wouldn't (with an attitude:'can't believe you asked that....;). I would assume it was a owner/manager who attempted to get into an arguement with me from behind the counter and left me feeling very upset. What ever happended to customer service??? It's disappointing to go to a cafe/restaurant who are capitalising on their customers dietry requirements - I know gluten free bread can be expensive although at a cost $3 a piece I definately feel as though they are attempting to make more money off of others misfortunes. After reading the other reviews there appears to be a theme - I will never return and I'll make sure all my friends & family are aware of my experience. I would NOT recommend this restaurant/cafe.
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