We’ve walked past Pepper Lunch multiple times while venturing in the city and figured “why not?” and finally checked it out. First thing we noticed, it was self service. The downside, there wasn’t any menus available and the only ones were on the screen which a lot of people took up time just searching through what they wanted before they were set on what to order. Place your order, scan your table number and pay at the self service via card. You can order at the counter if you’re paying by cash or have a voucher and that’s another option.
One of the ladies in my work team has been there for 10 years so we celebrated by going out for lunch with her choice of restaurant of course. We went to Positano where there were ample of parking and there weren’t a lot of customers inside but it was a 42degrees day on a friday lunch so that was understandable. The staff were super duper friendly and quite attentive and when we sat down, we put our ordering hat on and raced through our order.
Dessert Story, the Taiwanese and Hong Kong Sweet franchise that opens late into the night serving teas, desserts and coffees. Dessert Story has opened up in St Albans for quite some time now and the girlies plus Mr Burberry dropped by for some drinkies.
If you’ve been to Sardi Cafe in Hawthorn and love it as much as I do, you’ll be super duper excited to know that Sardi has a sister cafe, Junkyard cafe located on Inkerman street in St Kilda. With the same owner, Ash, you can be sure that the quality and service are top notch. It’s hidden away in near a building complex but you can see the sign from afar and thus get super excited while you walk towards it.