The cafe is larger than it looks. Out the back, there is an expansive deck looking over a garden with a cubby house for the kids to play in, whilst parents relax and sip coffees. It’s also fitted out with ramps, making it super pram friendly.
The team’s mission is simple: to nourish patrons by following the same philosophy they have at home feeding friends and families.
A wholesome meal must embody three essential characteristics; it has to be good for you; it must taste good; and it should make you feel good. And Sprout manage to negotiate the tricky balancing act of these three things together really really well. It’s just good healthy food that tastes really good.
Good food takes time so all meals are freshly made to order on site to provide optimal taste and nutrition.
A large grassed play area with cubby house out the back offers a good distraction for the kids while mums and dads can drink their coffee in peace.
Mums and dads (and baby-sitters, Nannas and Nonnas), your kids will have no qualms eating their vegetables with the children’s menu, offering mini-me versions of the big-kids dishes. The pancakes with home made healthy Nutella are a personal fave. Another great dish is their avo and feta on toast. Just alert them of any allergies and you’re set to enjoy a delicious and healthy meal.
Street Parking available.
Available in the disabled toilet. Find them in the walkway between the front of the cafe and the back play area.
It gets busy on weekend mornings, but once your order is taken, the food generally arrives with speedy efficiency.
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