George Street Café
Coffee was dominant in the small café that nestled in a corner of the street. People bustled around in coats, closing their umbrellas as they walked in. There was a hint of bacon in the air as machines spurted, fried and created.
The menu came and with it, a variety of different meals and imaginative tastes. A sense of winter wafted outside. Vibrant colours swarmed around me, and I sipped my hot chocolate.
|High chair available|
|Baby Change Facilities|
|Gluten Free options||ü|
|Room for Pram|
|Room for Wheelchair|
|Coffee and Cake||ü|
|Age group appropriate:||2 and up||It’s pretty friendly.|
|Food rating:||10/10||So delicious! Some of the best food I’ve ever eaten.|
|Drinks rating:||9/10||Really good, and perfect temp.|
|Children’s menu available:||NA||No, but there menu flexibility is impressive and lots of the food is child friendly.|
|Take away available:||9/10||Yep, and catering.|
|Service:||8/10||Extremely friendly, and pretty fast.|
|Kid’s Ideal Meal:||Smashed avocado and hot chocolate.|
|What Mum and Dad would rate it:||9/10||Mum’s been going there forever!|
|Setting and Décor:||7/10||Pretty slick.|
What actually happened was we had gotten back from Fiji the night before, at 12 am, which is 2 am in Fiji. We were exhausted! George Street Café was a place of familiarity and refuge.