Whilst on a trip to the South Coast, we stopped by the Treehouse Cafe, based on a number of recommendations. The cafe is located in Ulladulla, on a street parallel to the main drag. It is in a little country cottage with seating in the front yard and also plenty inside. The timber floors and tables, hanging greenery and antique decor, the cafe has a lovely cottage hideaway feel to it.
It is super popular, plenty of people in the cafe every time we walked by. Whilst we were were there, there was a pleasant and casual ambience of happy diners and likeable staff buzzing around the place evidently enjoying their jobs. Service was super friendly and efficient here.
We like the philosophy of the cafe; to source fresh and locally sourced products. This is a great way to show support for and help the community grow. They’re also environmentally friendly and conscious which is important that we all work to minimise our environmental footprint. Plenty of products on sale such as tea and keep cups, oils and fresh fruit and veg.
The menu here has a breakfast and lunch menu (that begins from 11:30). Dishes are hearty and wholesome with a focus to meet a wide range of dietary requirements. You can observe on the menu if the dishes are gluten free, vegetarian or vegan and elect different milk options for your coffee. We also thought the pricing was very reasonable. Peruse the menu and then order at the counter.
The food at Treehouse was our favourite of our brunch visits in the Ulladulla region. With a craving for pancakes recently, it’s been hard to find good ones, for so many places go way to over the top, resulting in a clash of flavours. Here, they are perfect. Three fluffy and light almond and quinoa pancakes stacked and topped with berry jam, maple syrup and a side of coconut yoghurt and beautifully arranged fruit (sliced apple, strawberries and blueberries). A decent portion too.
We also tried their masala eggs, which were outstanding. We always love it when a cafe does more than your run of the mill dishes. These fluffy eggs were flavoured of masala, topped with rocket, coriander, jalapenos, fried shallots and sitting atop two thickly sliced pieces of sourdough.
The front counter showcases plenty of beautiful cakes, tarts, muffins and energy balls for a sweet treat!
Coffee is by “Art of Espresso”, organic direct trade coffee roasted in Young, NSW. They’ve also got smoothies, freshly squeezed juices, and even a warmed golden almond milk (spiced with turmeric, ginger and cinnamon) and Bodhi organic teas.
Overall this is a lovely cafe and we thoroughly recommend a visit.
4 Boree Street
Ulladulla, New South Wales, 2539