THIS month Dan and I ventured south to Six Willows Café in Willetton.
It was a sunny Saturday morning and the cafe was fairly busy.
The café offers both inside and alfresco dining but we chose to sit out the front as it was cooler and out of the sun.
The décor is rustic and homely with a mismatch of tables and chairs.
Once seated we grabbed a menu but I was distracted as they have a variety of cute gifts available to purchase and I will admit I did end up buying another water-bottle.
We were surprised at the extensive drinks menu from the usual coffees to matcha, turmeric and even a winter hot chocolate series along with milkshakes and smoothies.
Dan chose a cookies and cream hot chocolate ($5.20) from the winter series and I couldn’t resist the choc, peanut smoothie ($8).
My smoothie was nice and chocolaty with a peanut after taste it was rich and delicious.
Dan thought the flavoured hot chocolates were a fun idea and hadn’t experienced them before, he chose the cookies and cream crumb on top which added a delicious note.
The all-day brunch menu had a huge variety of options including vegan dishes.
I ordered the vegan brekky stack and curry tofu scramble ($20) but I replaced it with normal scrambled eggs and Dan ordered s’mores French toast ($15).
The vegan brekky stack with scrambled eggs was interesting and the edamame and red miso loaf went well with the caramelised onions, capsicum, mushrooms and spinach. The splash of balsamic glaze added to the flavour bomb.
The s’mores French toast was decadent with Nutella, marshmallows, hazelnuts, strawberries and brioche and it was definitely an indulgent dish.
Dan said towards the end it was becoming too rich for him to continue but if you have a sweet tooth you’d love this!
Overall, the food was good but we felt that the service was slightly lacking.
Six Willows Café
Six Willows Café
Rostrata 7 Day Centre
Shop 6, 46-48 Rostrata Avenue, Willetton.
Phone: 9457 2183
Monday to Friday: 7am – 4pm;
Saturday – Sunday: 7am – 2pm.