The Low Road Cafe
Quality food and service served in a charming kitsch oasis will add a spark to your morning.
Next to Windsor train station is a delightful cafe bursting with character and filled to the brim with delicious treats. The Low Road Cafe is easy to find as its front garden is adorned with hot pink flamingoes and palm trees that give a taste of what's in store.
This cute kitsch paradise has become a breakfast hot spot and is packed with happy diners weeklong. The friendly staff and cleverly designed space, which allows the inside and outside dining areas to flow seamlessly, ooze a relaxed vibe. Once we stepped into the cafe the staff flashed warm smiles and gave us genuine greetings. Consequently the team have many regular customers who are drawn to the comfortable atmosphere and quality service. What's more, the décor of the cafe is just as cheerful as the staff. A turquoise feature wall, 70s print couch, hanging pot plants and miss-matched crockery all add to The Low Road's appeal.
Their all-day menu is short, but sweet. Try the fried eggs, cornbread, avocado, rocket and hot sauce ($13) for a protein-packed breakfast and when coupled with the mango and orange frappe special ($7.50) it was a champion choice. For a hunger that needs serious attention, choose the breakfast salad of lemony haloumi, leaves, dukkah egg, shaved zucchini, roast mushrooms, red onion, fresh herbs with a yoghurt dressing and toasted sourdough ($15.50). Another menu highlight is the strawberry coconut milkshake ($6.50). The cafe offers daily specials each as tantalising as the regular meals. If you're somehow still hungry after your hearty meal, raid the cabinet for a sweet treat such as the raspberry, white chocolate and rosewater muffin washed down with a coffee.
Next time you're in search of a brunch fix, take the high road and head to The Low Road Cafe. Great food, great service and a funky setting make mornings a whole lot easier.
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