|Photo courtesy of http://www.crewcafe.com.au|
|Antipasto Platter for 2|
We started with the Antipasto Platter which was an incredible plate Toasted Turkish Bread slices with a yummy pesto dip, some cold meats, some deliciously roasted vegetables (the eggplant was delicious!), semi dried tomatoes and a simple rocket salad but with the most beautiful dressing I’ve ever tasted. It was such a delicious platter of food! For $13.90 I thought it was great value for money too.
|Smoked Salmon Stack|
For my main meal I ordered the Smoked Salmon Stack. I thought they were quite generous with the amount of smoked salmon on the plate, and the salad that went with it (or should I say went all around it) was absolutely divine! I cleaned up my entire plate, it was that good.
|Spaghetti Chilli Prawn|
Mum had the Spaghetti Chilli Prawn which looked absolutely yummy. I had a taste, but to compare it directly against my delicious Smoked Salmon would not give it a review it deserves. It tasted a little bit oily (but so it should be as it was drizzled with beautiful olive oil, there’s nothing wrong with that!) but I’m sure I would happily enjoy the spaghetti a lot more on its own without the taste of Smoked Salmon and fresh zesty salad on my palate any other day.
|Smoked Salmon Breakfast|
Finally, my mother in law had the Smoked Salmon with Toasted Ciabatta, Poached Eggs and Hollandaise Sauce (Breakfast Menu). I didn’t taste this one, so you will just have to take her word for it. She absolutely loved it and I could see that the poached egg was perfectly cooked and according to her it was really good Hollandaise sauce too. Must come back for breakfast another day and verify this!
Overall, we had an excellent lunch at Crew Cafe. After using the voucher, we only had to pay $33 for the extra items we ordered for the 3rd person and the antipasto platter. Not bad for the quality of food we received. I will most definitely be coming back for more, will probably order some of the same food (haha told you, creature of habit) but hey, I’ve stepped out of my comfort zone away from my usual cafes in Berwick into a new one. That’s brave, lol.