Miss Jaffles Cafe
Head to Cronulla for a dose of nostalgia from this cafe's shepherd's pie and biscoff jaffles.
Jaffles and toasties hold a very special nostalgic place in people's hearts. A new cafe in the shire is dedicated to serving up a healthy dose of childlike delight through its menu of creative savoury and sweet jaffles. Miss Jaffles Cafe has found its home on Gerrale Street in Cronulla, with an offering of premium coffee, a reserved brekkie menu and most importantly, piping-hot jaffles.
The fifteen-strong list of jaffles includes everything from your classic baked bean or ham, cheese and tomato options, through to more inventive choices like smoked salmon with cream cheese and capers, shepherd's pie, or the Miss Chicky which packs in chicken, cheese, sundried tomatoes, red onion, sweet chilli sauce and mayo. There's also an unholy Miss Mary Mac mac and cheese jaffle with bacon bites. The savoury selections range from $7–12 and come on the option of white, wholemeal, Turkish or gluten free bread.
Those with a sweet tooth can indulge their inner child and turn their attention to the dessert jaffles where they'll find creations like the Miss Biscoff jaffle stuffed with Caramilk chocolate, biscoff, strawberries and ice cream. Or try the Miss Berrilicious and you'll find a mixture of berries, white chocolate, maple syrup and ice cream inside.
A standard cafe drinks menu is on hand with a range of hot and iced coffees all made with Miss Jaffle's own blend of coffee beans.
The cafe is the first venture of friends Vass and Michelle who have been working in hospitality since they were 14-years-old. The pair are shire locals who decided to take the plunge and open a cafe despite the uncertainty of COVID-19. Located just a stone's throw from South Cronulla Beach, Miss Jaffle is still serving shire residents takeaway during Sydney's current lockdown and will open for seated dining as restrictions surrounding hospitality rollback.
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