It was a girls weekend and we visited Grampians since none of us have been there. Of course the first thing we need to find is a cafe for some coffee and brunch. We were lucky to be staying down the road and saw the Harvest cafe which was a 2 min walk. We stumbled in and was greeted by the lovely staff and plonked ourselves down for some coffee.
The interior was so quaint and just everything was oh so cutie patootie. But first, coffee. The soy latte was quite disappointing. I could not taste the coffee at all, it was super weak and it just tasted like hot soy milk and thus my caffeine hit was not satisfied at all.
Soy Latte – $4
The corn fritters were very corn-y but it was a touch soggy and the batter didn’t feel like it was fully done. The poached eggs were not yolkilicious and didn’t ooze out (WHY???). The salsa had a hint of fish sauce and the flavours just didn’t mix well together. I really wanted to love this dish because I’m such a huge corn fritter fan!
Corn Fritters – $14.90
Three corn & zucchini fritters, roasted corn & chili salsa, chivey sour cream & two poached eggs topped with zesty salsa verde
One of the girlies got the pumpkin quesadilla and boy oh boy was this AMAZEBALL! It was fresh, it was flavoursome and it was oh so light which was perfect. Definitely recommend this dish if you drop by here.
Pumpkin Quesadilla – $10.90
Roasted pumpkin, house made tomato & black bean salsa, melted cheese and a side of fresh guacamole
The dollar pancakes were fluffy and drowned in syrup (just the way I like it) and a perfect size for a snack and you can find this on the kiddies menu.
Dollar Pancakes – $8
Two small pancakes, strawberry, banana and maple syrup
This quaint cafe is very lovable which sells products in their cafe and serves a mean pumpkin quesadilla. However, the coffee wasn’t our cup of tea and the corn fritters made my tummy sad. In saying that, if we do return to the Grampians, I would love to try the toasties and the other savoury dishes.