This is a bright and warm eatery and bar, brimming with pastel pink and yellow – a sunny and contemporary preserve among neighbours including Chemist Warehouse, The Reject Shop and Noodle Box.
Waiters roam the room in tailored grey aprons that complement a central rendered concrete bench. They’re delivering Code Black coffees and Praha Chai lattes to customers settled into creamy brown leather banquettes.
There’s a circular theme used throughout the space, from the lighting to large round mirrors to a disc-shaped wall garden. A white and gold coffee machine sits atop a grand terrazzo bar, and indoor plants – standing tall or draping elegantly from hanging pots – give the cafe a welcome dose of nature.
Expect standard breakfast dishes served all day (eggs, fritters, a breakfast salad and French toast); a range of hearty burgers and sandwiches (with beef, chicken, pork and vegetarian options); share plates; plus more refined dishes for dinner.
DIY doughnuts are plated with three separate components: balls of deep-fried dough, a sauce and ingredients for coating. Options include the Jam Bam (doughnuts filled with raspberry jam and served with chocolate sauce, toasted coconut and chocolate fairy floss) and Midnights in Marrakech (doughnuts filled with vanilla custard and served with rose syrup, dehydrated strawberries and fairy floss).
Produce comes from local suppliers such as Little Bertha’s free-range eggs, Cremorne’s Empire Bakery, and Clover Valley Meat.