by Amy @inbetweendesserts

If you are looking for somewhere to brunch (or even dinner or lunch) over summer, then look no further than Degani Casey Central.  The cafe/restaurant has recently changed hands and they are implementing some great changes to their dinners.  When I popped in there recently a friend and I couldn’t resist the classics.

I tried the SMASHED AVOCADO – seasonal avocado, smashed with a touch of feta, poached eggs, a hint of fresh chilli and lime on toasted grain.  As usual I added a side of bacon.  I don’t think I’ve ever had a bad smashed avo, this was quite tasty and nicely seasoned.

My friend ordered the BREAKFAST BRUSCHETTA – served on Degani sourdough toast with avocado, fresh tomato, spanish onion, basil and crumbled feta topped with two poached eggs.  Thinking it may be a lighter option she also ordered a side of mushrooms and a hash brown.  It was actually quite a decent sized serve and the extras although delicious weren’t needed.

Coffee and cake was next on the agenda.  Degani are known for their delicious strawberry custard tarts and the tiramisu was tasty too.

The monster shakes are every kids dream, it was huge.

They also serve mojitos as cocktail or a mocktail!  The perfect drink to be sipping over summer.  We tried one of each and they were very refreshing.


Ph: 8560 3115

Monday & Tuesday: 8.30am – 5.30pm
Wednesday – Saturday: 8.30am – 9.00pm
Sunday: 8.30am – 5.30pm

Colourfield Cafe

Reviewed by Amy @inbetweendesserts

It’s great to find a local cafe in the suburbs that serves good coffee.  You know you’re going to get a good cup when heading in to Colourfield Cafe.  It’s an inviting cafe with modern colours, I love a splash of mint green and it compliments the  wooden vibe nicely.  

My boys are usually milkshake fans but they mixed things up on our visit at Colourfield Cafe by having a strawberry milkshake and a mixed orange and apple juice (freshly squeezed too).  

The kids meals were thoroughly enjoyed.  They had fish and chips and pancakes.  I mean how can you go wrong.  And Monday to Wednesday kids eat free with any adult meal purchased.

We enjoyed the delicious muesli & pannacotta and the corn fritters.  The pannacotta passed the wobble test and the muesli was delicious.  

The corn fritters were fried and full of flavour.  The fruit chutney went so well with the other flavours of the fritters, bacon, spinach & egg.  The new menu is out now and the corn fritters are a waffle and the muesli has been swapped with a chia seed pudding.  I can’t wait to try some of the dishes from the new menu.

The staff are so friendly and always make you feel welcome.  Check out Colourfield Cafe for a great brunch meal.

Colourfield Cafe

Ph 8790 2968

(near Coles)

Mon-Fri 7-4 Sat-Sun 7.30-4