Stopped in here for a weekend breakfast recently. Plenty of room at this venue, with big solid wooden tables, huge verandah area, good service and what could probably be best described as solid hearty meals.
Situated at the end of long ramp, overlooking a car parking area, the general vibe was quite pleasant. Look for the umbrellas outside, framing the Cafe Nui sign.Menu choices had interesting names with various choices. With a solid drink selection to pair with your meal, there shouldn’t be too much problem finding a beverage to suit your taste. Maybe a Chanel Juice (watermelon, pineapple & mint), or perhaps The Hottie (carrot, ginger & pineapple).
Not only did this sound appealing, it looked appealing and definitely provided a good solid food base to the stomach, The Haloumi was nicely grilled, not tough, stringy, in fact one of the better grilled haloumi’s I have had.
Corey was the name of the Potato Rossi dish, A simple meal overall, I’m told was nice but not completely to the taste of the person consuming. Presentation was simple, with meals still looking appealing. The only issue we had was the delay in one of the meals, arriving when the rest of the party had finished around half of their meals. Apart from this, service was fine.
Why not finish breakfast with a dessert? This one might be becoming a habit, however the Canadian style Oliver pancakes were most definitely worth tasting.
WIth alcoholic beverages available, this venue would make a nice lunch venue or somewhere to wile away some time. By the reviews on their page, this one looks to be a popular local hangout. If you’re not a local though, head past and stop in for visit.