|Red Ankle Socks from HAPPY SOCKS|
|Mng dress, Gorman cardigan, Zu boots, Mimco bag, So Good bracelet|
We both ordered the Set Menu which is $17.50 each and consists of an entree, main, and dessert. There are various options with each course, and from what we remembered in 2008, the entree and mains were quite good.
We both chose Scallop Morney, individually these cost $2.20 where the min. order is 4.
It is the saviour/breadwinner of the whole place.
The taste has not changed from 2 years ago, and was really the main reason for us going there so often.
|Prawns with garlic and butter sauce|
|Grilled teriyaki chicken|
|Sago with grass jelly|
|Passionfruit cheese cake|
I on the other hand, will use the many words to describe the taste. I personally am not a fan of cheese cake in the first place, and this has only strengthened my opinion. The cake tasted a bit off, hence after one bite we both felt like it’d be deadly if we continued. It was almost on the same level as the French onion soup from Madame Sou Sou, although that was a whole different playing field.
The ice cream was nice though.
Sadly finished with two bites but finished the icecream in order to forget the taste.
I honestly don’t know who would want to go here after reading these comments, but as with all our posts, details are below.
Cafe De Macau
1 Trelawney St
Phone: (02) 9858 1366
|“I am available” says Anna (in a husky voice)|
Gorgeous Geisha Tea from T2 had a lovely scent, was a pleasure to sip~
We know lately we’ve been having bad experiences with eating out, and it’s giving Sydney a bad rep since so far Melbourne has been the only place to offer us really good food, but we’re determined to change that and really seek out the best places in our city, so we can finally be proud to recommend them to you.