Le Monde Cafe, Surry Hills
I’d heard great things about this place for brunch, but had held off visiting after a disastrous first visit for takeaway coffees (chai for me) which took forever only for me to take one sip of my chai, spit it right back out and proceed to toss out my whole cup en route to Central Station. Places that are great at coffee are not good at chai. You can’t have it all…
Nearly a year later…I’m glad we gave Le Monde a second chance. It’s a cozy little spot with super friendly baristas and a lovely waitstaff. The food was good. I had the Brekky Board which consisted of Boiled Eggs & Soldiers (little slivers of toast that you dip into the eggs) and fresh fruit with yoghurt and muesli. McKay had the Chorizo Omelet special.
Bottom Line: Good food. Again, though, it doesn’t beat the likes of neighbouring brunch spot favourites Robocog and Bruschetteria 102. Wouldn’t be upset about eating here again, but not the best I’ve ever had.