On a trip home from the South Coast, we were looking for a brunch spot and I found this little cafe in the suburb of Engadine, just a short walk from their local shops.
The corner cafe is minimalist decor, yet bright and spacious, with white and lilac hues. It serves up Steam Bros specialty coffee and a great menu of interesting brunch options that show a bit of creativity to them.
We ordered the Mushroom folded Eggs, which sees a slice of miche sourdough topped with a massive serving of scrambled eggs mixed with grilled field mushrooms, chickpea miso butter, spring onions chervil and it is just so so tasty. That miso butter makes the dish unreal.
In addition, we also had their haloumi Bowl and they’d cooked this really perfectly. Soft haloumi, not the plastic type and lots of it too. It was served with pearl barley, tomato, cucumber, walnuts, bean sprouts & balsamic dressing. I’d personally say this would be even better with a bit of broccoli, kale or spinach for freshness.
We loved that they had a nice little kids menu, their chicken was proper chicken, crumbed in served, served with fries.
Staff were friendly and food came out fast. This was a great little neighbourhood find.
3/10 Waratah Road, Engadine NSW 2233
Monday to Friday: 6:30am to 2:00pm
Saturday: 7:00am to 2:00pm
Sunday: 8:00am to 2:00pm