Read about this place on IS Magazine and decided to check it out with K & M. We managed to get a lot along the road right outside the restaurant - lucky us :D The place stands out among the dilipidated shophouses around it, the interior decor is industrial - raw, basic and simple...
I started with the Leek and Potato Soup $4 :
I didn't like it very much - a bit too thin and not creamy enough for my tastebuds... but definitely a generous portion.
For the main coure, I had the Tempeh Burger $11 :
This is the first time I've had Tempeh. Tempeh is made by a natural culturing and controlled fermentation process that binds soybean particles into a cake form - it has a nutty flavour and texture. I'm not too fond of the tempeh, but loved the rest of the burger, the fried egg was a nice touch.
K had the Eggplant stuffed with mixed summer vegetables, Tempeh and Wolf Berries with leek and rosemary Pilau Rice $14.00 :
Tried a bit of it and it was quite yummy!
M had the Mixed Grilled Vegetables Pizza :
Interesting place! Food was a bit iffy but they only just opened up on this visit, and have since more dishes like Shepherd's Pie that I would love to try so will be heading there again soon (I hope :). Check out Post-Museum next door!
109 Rowell Road
Tel : 6396 7980