Knock Knock is a newly opened cafe that just started its business mid year this year. It has gained popularity through its cute and quirky layout. The place can be quite crowded during the weekends so be sure to get there early. We went on a weekday and its not crowded at all. In fact, its quite empty with only few groups of people dining in when we got there at around 11.30am. We had a very satisfying meal and everything on our plate was clean because we’re pretty much three starving monsters.
KnockKnock Breakfast, 17AUD
Jan and Felisa had the KnockKnock Big Breakfast consisting of two Poached Eggs, Sausages, Potato Rosti, Roasted Tomato, Mushrooms and a Toast. The Rosti and sausage is quite good! However, I think KnockKnock‘s breakfast version isn’t as huge as any other typical big breakfast served at other restaurants and that’s a pain for big eaters like Jan.
Chorizo Hash, 18AUD
I am very satisfied with my Chorizo Hash and even though its a little tad bit salty, I think that’s how it should be when you mix potatoes and chorizo. The chorizo is slightly spicy and I LOVE IT. In my pan there’s Kipfler Potatoes, Spinach, Baby Plum Tomatoes, a Poached Egg, Refried Black Beans, a slice of lemon and a Sourdough cut into two. Two slices of sourdough bread that melts butter when I take bites, dude, I need to learn how do you toast them like that?
Doesn’t Felisa look so gorgeous hehe? 🙂
Barbies on set on every table, and tons of them indoors for decoration. They’re a quirky addition to this cute little cafe. *Knock Knock!* Who’s there? Its Barbie.
We sat inside the barn
The outdoor setting of Knock Knock is like a playground/picnic ground while the inside has a typical cafe look. Located along the CBD, its to my surprise that mature and older businessmen and women still come by to eat at this adorable cafe. Its a family friendly environment and I think its not just kids that would love it here, but most tweens, teens and adults too!
3/200 Queen Street, CBD
Melbourne, Victoria 3000
Tel: +(61) 03 9939 4415