As part of our Saturday morning ritual, we stepped out on the street and took a short cab ride to Paddington, where a new cafe has been established. Kettle & Tin.
I was instantly drawn to the look of this place! This cafe is nestled in a traditional Queenslander, painted in a light lavender colour and externally a beautiful white picket fence separates the cafe's outdoor courtyard from busy Given Terrace.
We were shown to a nice bench table against the wall inside, where we read the weekend paper over a latte and a mixed berry smoothie. I like the fact that he smoothie was actually mixed with yoghurt, making it a much healthier option.
It took a while before someone came over to take our food order, not that this was a big issue. Our breakfast order included Hunter's Eggs ($16.00) and French Toasted Banana Bread w' Vanilla ice cream and caramel syrup. The Hunter's Eggs was a very homely dish but I do recommend that you try the banana bread if you want a sweet start of your day.
There is definitely room for improvement at this breakfast spot in terms of the service however, the thought that was put into this cafe can be felt immediately upon arrival, ie. the vintage style cushions and the kettle water bottles.
Find a table at the end of the cafe next to the windows where you can soak up some winter sun over breakfast.
Total Bunnie Dollars Spent: $40.50