Adding to the bumper to bumper cafe food jam on Willoughby Road is Double Cross Espresso Bar, an eatery with a modern twist on your brekky staples. NO more eating your standard stainless steel from the stapler...! Classic.
These guys are smashing coffee from Edition Coffee Roasters and certainly do a great job at it!
Andrew grabs the murky water from the sewer.
Green Tea Latte
Green tea lattes made possible using Matcha Maiden. Awesomely balanced between bitter and sweet.
Could run through these bad boys for days on end.
Souffle Omlette - French Style Omlette, Ricotta Cheese & Chives Served on Sourdough
A mountainous fluffball of lightly souffled egg atop of a palate cutting slice of crispy sourdough; can you think of a better way to start the morning? You probably could ... nevertheless this cloudy mess is quite peculiar in taste; a little bit sweet, a little bit savoury. Definitely worth having a crack at!
63˚Eggs Benedict - 63˚ Eggs, Bacon, Hollandaise Sauce on Sourdough
BOOM! Some orgasmic sustenance if ever there was one. Them runny eggs leaking carelessly into the deep crevices of pig strips, there's hardly a better sight. A solid eggs benny.
It's Unusual - Salmon Confit, 63˚ Eggs, Spinach Espuma, Homemade Hollandaise, Rocket & House Dressing
And unusual it definitely was. For that something a little bit fancy and posh I can be assured that this dish will tickle your toes. Confit salmon which is lightly seared, egg, spinach mousse/foam and don't forget them micro-herbs! Some quite delicate flavours here with nothing really punching the nose and causing a strawberries and cream moment.
Chicken Karaage Burger - Chicken Karaage, Macaroni Egg Salad, Cabbage Slaw on a Toasted Milk Bun
Can't go past this bad boy. Another breakfast, another serving of fried chicken ... it just makes sense. Some great flavours circling around this burger stratosphere and the macaroni egg salad just makes it all come together.
Matcha Tiramisu - Green Tea Tiramisu
Awesome idea, but a little disappointed with the matcha soaked lady finger with a whipped cream hat. Flavours were good but hopefully they're revolutionising this dish into a real crowd pleaser!
Undoubtedly a cafe with awesome potential and already is an enjoyable place to sit down to enjoy a great cup of coffee and to watch the parade of prams stroll past. Hoping to be back for some more grub and to see the changes to their dishes!