Second breakfast, of course!
And it's improved even further when a new cafe opens up just a short walk away in a restored farmhouse that dates back to the mid-1800s. We found a flyer in our letterbox last week, advertising the new eatery and could barely wait for the weekend to arrive so we could try it out.
After a full-on RPM class at 9:30, we came home for a quick shower and some clean clothes, then headed out for brunch. We had planned to walk, since it's literally ten minutes away, but the foul weather saw us pile into the car instead.
Love that local bluestone. It was quarried from the river bank only a few hundred metres away:
We arrived in the small car park to find that the area had been landscaped with artichokes and an assortment of citrus varieties - lovely! The front garden is very pretty too:
There are nearby houses, but not close enough to spoil the view....
Those tables on the verandah would be very appealing on a warm summer morning. Love the wisteria climbing up the posts:
And of course, there are food pics! Mine: toasted brioche with seasonal fruit compote, honey labna and pistachios...
...and Bike Boy's: Spanish baked eggs
We've waited quite a few years for some sort of food and wine venue to open within walking distance. There are plenty of cafes and restaurants around if you get in the car and drive for ten or fifteen minutes, but our pretty little pocket of suburbia was seriously lacking in amenities till now.
I foresee many weekend walks and bike rides in the future with a stop here for coffee, a cold drink, or something a little more substantial.