This weekend while out and about we decided to stop in at Café Milli in
For $13 I got two (2) kransky sausages, two (2) poached eggs, a slice (1) of ciabatta toast some bacon (it’s hard to get an exact amount), a tomato (served a two halves) and, get this, wedges. I took a photo with Amy’s phone but it didn’t work right.
At first I thought that wedges were a good idea. I’m not sure if they are a staple of a Turkish breakfast though. Unfortunately they suffered the same fate as the hash browns of Epic: they were not homemade. They seemed like they were straight from the Watties factory.
Oh, well. The rest of the breakfast was passable, but not extraordinary. And I was left feeling hungry. I even finished Amy’s kebab. I was asked how I wanted my eggs, which is always nice. The tomatoes were cooked quite nicely and came with a nice basil pesto thing and I actually ate one of the halves (which is amazing for me). Oh, and I know I’m not reviewing this part but, the coffee was pretty bad too.
Overall Score: 6: Could try harder.