When Harry Met Sally is a cute café in Underwood serving top-notch coffee, breakfast, burgers and a few Asian dishes added to the mix.
Open daily, customers can enjoy well-brewed Merlo coffee along with a host of traditional breakfast fare from smashed avocado with feta cheese and cherry tomatoes, and eggs benedict with basil pesto hollandaise, to brekky burgers with scrambled eggs, bacon and hashbrown.
The café also offers breakfast platters designed for sharing including a smashed avocado platter, triple eggs benedict platter and brekky platter for two with 4 eggs cooked your way, bacon, sausage, tomato, haloumi, pumpkin cheese arancini, beetroot puree, sourdough and granola berry bowl with yoghurt.
For lunch, there’s club sandwiches, steak sandwiches and burgers such as the Harry Burger (homemade beef patty with bacon and caramelised onion), Sally Burger (Cajun chicken with fried egg and aioli) and bulgogi burger (Korean marinated beef).
It’s worth checking out the Specials menu which boasts authentic Asian dishes such as bibimbap (rice bowl topped with beef, veggies, fried egg and kimchi), bulgogi beef (stir-fry with thick noodles and seasoned veggies) and kimchi beef rose pasta (kimchi and capsicum with beef mince and rose sauce).
Besides coffee, there’s T2 tea, hot chocolate, chai lattes, matcha lattes, smoothies and milkshakes.
By Deb Lidster