Hawker Street Cafe

I have been wanting to try this cafe for ages.  I just haven't had a chance to get myself there yet.  Today seemed a lovely day to go.  This little cafe was not far away from the city, in a quiet suburb of Bowden.  I meant little, as it was quite easy to miss.  We made a booking beforehand and lucky we did.  It was busy on a Sunday morning.  The cafe inside was nice and simple, with only a few tables and chairs.  The menu was written on a gigantic blackboard.  We started off with a couple of coffees, which were quite nice, and actually tasted like coffee. 

Eggs were cooked beautifully!

Sugo in eggs had always been one of my favourite breakfasts. Many places serve them differently, always in a claypot and baked in oven with all sorts of vegetables inside, finished with a couple of poached eggs or cracked eggs on top.  This one looked very nice and was certainly very tasty, although would have been much better if the claypot was hotter. The all in one breakfast was pretty nice and presentation definitely looked good.  I got to try a bit of everything, and was definitely full after eating that plate.  Zucchini fritters lacked some presentation, but tasted very good.  Bacon and egg sandwich was ordinary, I thought the bread needed a bit more toasting. The staff there were very friendly. I wouldn't mind coming back to try their homemade beans next time. 



Visit Hawker Street Cafe - 22 Hawker Street, Bowden, SA 5007, (08) 8346 2884

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