Whilst out in Camden visiting my sister, she took me on a drive to Picton to try out a new cafe, which I believe is called Moses Barnes, though their Instagram is named “Who is… Moses?”…
Located on the Main Street, the cafe is housed within a quaint little cottage style property with indoor and outdoor seating. The decor is cool, with a huge mural occupying the outdoor wall, reminiscent of the pop art style and graffiti merged into one. Inside, the walls are plastered with what looks like a print of old papers. It’s a decent sized cafe and completely full on our day of visit.
Serviced by today’s youth, their customer service was pleasant and efficient. The cafe is order at the counter, but we think table service could easily work here.
The cafe serves all day breakfast and lunch as well as all press coffee and alcoholic beverages. They aim to use fresh seasonal, and organic local produce in their dishes.
Omelettes, French Toast, Eggs Benedict, Bacon and Egg rolls as well as brekkie salads are on the menu for brunch. We order the corn fritters, and add poached eggs. Sitting atop some rocket and served with sweet chilli sauce, we feel it could probably be presented with more for appearance sake and maybe even some toast. The taste of these are nice; light and fluffy.
For lunch you’ll find pastas, nachos, wraps, burgers, poke and soon to see nourish bowls added to the menu.
There’s also sides, sweet options like cookies and donuts and there’s a children’s menu too. The cafe was accomodating of my niece and had high chairs and served babycino’s. Coffee here was good, we do always like a cup of coffee with quality latte art.
The menu is quite good, certainly very varied and we enjoyed our experience.
89-91 Argyle St
Open 7 days, 7am-3pm