3 1/2 stars
Boasting fresh and local produce, Annie’s sits in a corner of Barwon Heads main street. I watched the cars driving past as I took another mouthful of meringue and bitter lemon curd. The spotlight broke through a roof of clouds and shone down on the street.
Shelves lining the walls from the floor to the ceiling groaned with delicious treats. A deli supported local produce and suppliers. I lifted my head. Sacks of meat hung from the ceiling. The
whole place executed the perfect rustic feel. Music blasted through my ears and I surveyed the colourful, lively scene.
|Age group appropriate:||NA||Every age.|
|Food rating:||9/10||Just delicious. Anything else I have to say?|
|Drinks rating:||6 1/2/10||Really good, but more adulty…|
|Children’s menu available:||NA||No, but there are plenty of kid friendly options on the adults menu.|
|Children’s entertainment:||See right…||None. But the food’s really good. Oh, I guess looking around inside is kind of entertainment?|
|Take away available:||10/10||Yeah, there’s also catering and plenty on offer selling wise…|
|Service:||8/10||Friendly and quick.|
|Kid’s Ideal Meal:||For morning tea, lemon meringue tart, hot chic and some chocolate coated, freeze dried strawberries!|
|What Mum and Dad would rate it:||8 1/2/10||Mum loves it, but thinks it’s better for brekky or morning tea.|
|Setting and Décor:||10/10||The perfect feel.