French-born Anne-Sophie Poirier planned the flowing interior of Little Green Corner to respect the 1850s building’s heritage. Before its extensive make-over it was a derelict site but now it’s a welcoming and classy cafe. Everything is house-made and ingredients are sourced as locally as possible to make the menu fresh and seasonal, and there's a great range of coffees.
We were greeted at the door by owner / operator Hugh who recommended house made cordial made from sweet quince syrup poured over ice and topped with soda water and a squeeze of lemon. It was lovely, refreshing and well balanced. We sampled the tomato and chickpea baked eggs (served with toast and bacon) and the Waffles, rhubarb, chai custard and almond. The waffles was beautifully presented with the shard red of the rhubarb bouncing out from dark brown of the well cooked whole bran waffle. The chai custard was a lovely addition and gave a soft creamy element that tied the plate together. The baked eggs delivered lovely fresh flavour and the bacon and toast were welcome additions to a hearty breakfast. Service was friendly and professional, and the coffee was smooth, perfectly made with free-poured latte art on top. Some good tea varieties were available and served in a nice teapot on a wooden board.
Local sustainable cuisine
Gluten free available
Open Mondays to Fridays 7.00 am to 3.30 pm for breakfast and lunch
Cards accepted: Visa and Mastercard
Street parking and public parking adjacent
Monday - Saturday
7:00am - 3:30pm