Howdy ho saying a big good morning from Ballarat! We fueled up at perhaps the most popular brunch place in this region before visiting Sovereign Hill.
The Chia pudding was supposedly a lightweight meal but in actual fact a really filling option. The Chia was not bland as the sweetness come from the fruits. The fruits added were kiwi slices and some Granny Smiths.
We expected a stack of fritters because we were used to the idea of having stacked fritters in typical brunch restaurants. This one was served in one huge single serving. The fritter was not crispy, rather, it had a more pancakey texture. If there were more spices within the fritters, as well as deep fried it a little more, that would have been perfect. Nonetheless, I guess many others unlike me, prefer less crisped up ones.
It is certainly not easy to find brunch food places that is on par as the Melbourne city standards. Regardless, L’Espresso still managed to somewhat tick all the positive boxes in our list. After all, L’Espresso is for a fact the most popular brunch place of the limited choices there are in Ballarat, well, according to Zomato so as to speak.
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