Little Big Sugar Salt
OJ Simpson, 5AUD
Little Big Sugar Salt got its name based on the menu it offers. It has a pyramidical module that lets you decide on the basis of your breakfast preference, on how heavy from little to big, and your inclination towards either the sweet sugary or savoury dishes. It was a blazing hot day so we started with two cups of orange juice squeezed out from both the normal and blood oranges. Flavour of blood oranges are typically more dense than the normal oranges. The combo was a great concoction that balances out the density of the mild and the intensely dense.
Acai Bowl, 17AUD
Still not a huge fan of frozen acai, it needed some serious blending with either almond milk or maybe some coconut water. The granola used was gluten free. On top of the berries was coconut milk frozen yoghurt and the coyo was not smoothed out completely. I love that the textured flakes was still present.
Sir Ron Swanson OBE, 19AUD
Little Big Sugar Salt claimed that they have the tallest croque monsieur in town but I am skeptical on whether that statement is true. It was the best dish we ordered. Melting gruyere oozes out from every layer of toast with braised leek bechamel, slow cooked ham hock and smoked leg ham in between layers.
Blueberry And Ginger Pancakes, 18AUD
These ginger pancakes felt a lot heavier than airy buttermilk ones but it kept us pretty filled up throughout noon. Not only are these pancakes gluten free and dairy free, its also completely vegan. If you are on the vegan movement, this would suit. But honestly, I rather have sinful pancakes anytime. Yes, watch me enjoy in the mouth and suffer on the waist.
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