Three Little Figs, Geelong

On Easter Monday speed-eater bf and I went for breakfast at a cafe in Pakington St in Geelong. This street is quite a long street (yes I did run the length of it and it has a nasty little hill) with many great little cafes. I noticed Three Little Figs whilst running and made a mental note to come back to it. The cafe looks stylish from the outside and when you enter it is inviting and has a warm feel about it. We were instantly greeted and as soon as we sat we were handed menus and asked if we would like drinks (love).

Outside of Three Little Figs

Outside of Three Little Figs

We were given water for the table and I love their glasses which have their logo on them. How cute. Gives you a sense of the nice little additional touches at this cafe. The little vases on each table were also a nice touch- made out of recycled juice jars.

Glasses

Glasses

Table display

Table display

Service at this cafe is particularly outstanding. I got up to ask for some more milk for my tea and before I could even get to the counter a lovely lady came and asked me if everything was okay. Once I explained that I was just going to the counter to grab some more milk she smiled, said no problem, and told me she would bring it straight away. Back to my seat I headed. For our breaky I obviously ordered the scrambled eggs on sourdough ($9) with mushrooms ($3; as per my last post I am still going with my love of this at the moment however I think tides may be changing…wonder what the next preference will be! Stay tuned haha). These eggs weren’t quite as yellow as the ones at Baveras but were very light and fluffy. The mushrooms were served in a little vessel on the side, I understand why they do this (no one wants soggy toast and presentation wise it looks better) however it is impractical. I simply took them out to eat them with my breaky- I’m the type who likes a forkful of a little-bit-of-everything on my plate.

Scrambled eggs with mushrooms

Scrambled eggs with mushrooms

Speed-eater bf chose the scrambled eggs on sourdough ($9) with a side of tomatoes ($3) and spinach ($3). Bf palmed some of the spinach off to me, it was a very generous serving.

Scrambled eggs, tomato and spinach on sourdough

Scrambled eggs, tomato and spinach on sourdough

A lovely way to start the day, and thumbs up to the friendly service.

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  1. weiknee
    May 07, 2013 @ 17:03:33

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