The Japanese cafe opened in an old-fashioned house has a small courtyard near the Central Station. Matcha products are featured, such as matcha latte, matcha cake and other desserts.
It's a very trendy matcha cuisine. In addition to the must-eat matcha cakes, the most popular is the matcha-flavored mashed potatoes. There is no green shape as expected, but it is still very ordinary bean mash. There is a touch of light after the entrance. The matcha fragrance does not cover up the taste of potatoes.
Sydney has always had a long queue of Japanese-Australian brunch matcha dishes. The products are of high quality and characteristic in terms of ingredients, taste and presentation. The chef has well integrated the popular Japanese ingredients into modern Australian cuisine, which is one of the most popular in the matcha world in Sydney.
Today's portion comes from Cafe Oratnek. I haven't been here for a long time~ I almost went to Devon again thinking about this kind of Japanese-style brunch after a long time. The three items ordered this time are considered popular dishes. And unexpectedly, I can accept that ChaiLatte is very sweet [Yunbei]. This time I love Okonomiyaki the most. I unexpectedly like the rich taste of this Japanese pancake. I remember that the ingredients used should be vegan. The pasta feels very suitable for Asian tastes. The omelet rice feels average but not inferior. For dessert, you must choose matcha tiramisu. I think it’s better than matcha lamington
A beautiful Japanese-style Café, in a small courtyard full of green plants, the environment is very fresh ~ the food is fresher, full of Japanese exquisiteness. Every dish here is of great value, and it’s easy to take pictures! Matcha desserts are the highlight, the tea is rich and sweet to the heart