Kith ‘n’ Chow – Cafe review

Just recently, 2 birthday anniversaries quietly passed us by.  Well, my wife’s 40th wasn’t so quiet, but the birthday of Kith ‘n’ Chow (where we went for her birthday lunch) marked 5 years of this fantastic little popup cafe.

With umbrella’s galore, plants aplenty and food being served from a couple of quaint looking little caravans, the crew at Kith ‘n’ Chow (operating behind owner Suzie’s fathers florist/coffee shop) serve up delectable goodies for a great weekend breakfast.

THE platter for two…..or three

Probably the major drawcard for Kith is the platter for two (and the recent addition of a platter for three).

The above is definitely our staple at Kith ‘n’ Chow, including fresh salmon, chorizo sausages, haloumi, fried eggs, bacon, toasted sourdough, beetroot hummus as well as bowls of greek yoghurt with freshly made granola and fruit.  The highlight for me surprisingly is the the lightly grilled cherry tomotoes sitting on rocket with an amazingly decadent avocado dressing.

Now, I’m no big eater.  I can put some food away thought as I am a fairly big lad, but our platter for 3 can feed our entire family (admittedly, we also purchased some waffles which were yuuuuuuummmmmmmmy) and it is great to see all of us eating food that we probably wouldn’t eat.  My daughter polishes off all of the salmon, my son demolishes the eggs, my wife is a haloumi fiend and while I will always gladly assist in making the bacon and sourdough disappear, I am in love with the tomato with avocado dressing.

Fresh food, crispy taste, done well.

Make sure you book

Kith ‘n’ Chow is popular.  Their service is fantastic, the food scrumptious and very reasonably priced, the cafe is dog friendly and quite centrally located – for these reasons, and the plentiful images surfacing of Instagram haloumi closeups, waffle selfies, snapchat cappucino’s and other Facebook food sharing, it is definitely advisable to book in advance.  Facebook messenger is our preferred method of booking (it seems to me that Kith ‘n’ Chow are very social media friendly) – book in, order the platter and take a picture.  Trust me, you won’t regret it.

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