Saturday, September 1, 2012


Inkr7 is a tiny little cafe in the heart of St Kilda, which does really good coffees and cheap meals according to the Age.
I went there with my Japan Club yesterday at 2pm and found that they do brunch all day. It is about a 5 min walk from the 67 tram and a ten minute walk from the Esplanade where the Sunday market was.
It looked really tiny from the outside, but at the back there is a courtyard.
They do accommodate for last minute bookings.
The specialise in teas and juices as well as coffees. Hence I ordered a green tea ($3.70, but I got refills for free) and some of the others ordered juices and smoothies. In fact where we were sitting we can hear the noise of the blender going in the background. It was so noisy.

Service was friendly. It was not so attentive at times. They kept on forgetting whose food and drinks are whose and we had to keep on reminding them where they belong to. Other than that it was not too bad.
I had the $12 eggs benedict which consisted of one egg and wee bit of bread which was small. At $12 this is too steep for what I got. The egg was a bit overcooked but the rest was just fine. The egg was a bit runny.  The thyme should have been mixed properly. I kept on eating the stalks by accident and I had to spit one of them out.
One of my group didn't like the strawberry smoothie. He said it was way too sweet. I tried it and have to agree with him about this.
A few of my group ordered Pide. A Pide is a turkish bread sandwich with lots and lots of filling inside. It is big. It came with salad and some of my group didn't like the salad.
All in all I don't mind coming here to try the wraps as they did look yummy. Many thanks to the Japan club for organising this.
Inkr7 on Urbanspoon


Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...