Bronte Carlo Cafe, Bronte
‘The Mother’ and I wanted to go to Three Blue Ducks over the Christmas break, unfortunately, they were closed! Doh! I should have definitely checked the times. Thankfully we saw another cafe open, Bronte Carlo Cafe and thought we would check it out. Located on the busy street of McPherson Street,just a couple of metres down from Three Blue Ducks and Iggy’s bread.
The menu vast but had a slight Lebanese twist to it. We started with a couple of drinks, ‘The Mother’ had the chocolate milkshake, not the best he said, and I couldn’t go past some fresh Juice.
The bruschetta ($12.00), oven roasted tomatoes with avocado, homemade pine-nut pesto, mixed lettuce, balsamic vinegar on toasted Vienna bread had my name on it. I wanted something ‘relativel’y healthy after gorging in delicious food over Christmas.
All the ingredients were fresh and refreshing, I loved the homemade pine-nut pesto sauce and the balsamic vinegar gave it a nice touch.
‘The Mother’ wanted bacon and eggs, opt for BET ($12) – toasted turkish bread with bacon, roasted tomato and eggs of your choice – sunny side up in this case.
Perfectly fried egg which oozed with yolk, the bacon crispy, and tasty – hmhmhm bacon! I love bacon!
They had some interesting dishes on the menu, BLATA which seemed to be the popular one, and the falafel sandwich. Cute little cafe, service was relative friendly, and the owners I thought was quite lovely. Didn’t get to talk to them much but they seemed to know all the customers and orders.
Overall, it wasn’t a bad find, I was disappointed that Three Blue Ducks was closed, but we came back a week later and thankfully they were open! yay
GA’s ratings: 6 / 10
Bronte Carlo Cafe
145e McPherson Street
Bronte 2024, NSW
Ph: +61 2 9389 0335