We thought we'd give the Paris end a break last week and get back down to the other end of town. Was it a mistake?
Dining Date: 24 Oct
Location: Degani Bakery Cafe
This might be the first chain cafe we've tried. I'd be interested to try other locations of this cafe in the CBD, if only to check consistency, and to determine if they are all just as bad!!
Base: English muffins, though they soaked up the sauce, and in this case, that was a very bad thing.
Eggs: Distinct flavour of vinegar. Cooked fine, but the vinegar flavour was far too strong.
Sauce: Absolutely horrid. Never had one like it. It tasted like vinegar. This is the first time in our hunt that I've had to scrape the sauce off as I just could not eat it.
Ham: Perhaps the only redeeming feature. Ham is ham.
Coffee: Ok, but nothing special.
Service: You order at the register and food is brought to you. Staff were friendly enough, but didn't go out of their way. I didn't get any water!!
Overall comment: Bleh bleh and double bleh. Ok, I ate the whole thing, but you must realise that I am 1) not one to waste food; and 2) I was hungry. Even so, it was a struggle because the whole dish tasted like vinegar. Potently so. Hence my low low score. (In hindsight we really should have said something, perhaps it was a mistake? We'll never know!)
Lil sis: 1.5/10
I was so hungry that I actually ate through the vinegar infested breakfast that we ordered last week. So many points lost because of the god forsaken hollandaise sauce, everything else on the plate was satisfactory, the English muffins, the runny eggs and the tasty ham. Too bad they have no idea how to make a delicious hollandaise, won’t be returning to this café EVER!
And how does that look on the Benedict-o-meter? A futile 1.5 (rounded up) Benedicts!!
Check out my map to see the other eggs benny locations Lil Sis and I have checked out.
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