Dining Out

Cafe celebrating first birthday

OFFERING fantastic value for money, with fresh, delicious snacks, beverages and meals six days a week, Lil Hideout Cafe is celebrating its first anniversary of trading this Friday and is offering $2 standard coffees all day as a way to thank the community for their support.

“We didn’t close our doors during the lockdown, serving takeaway only via our window out the front but now are welcoming back the in-house diners,” owner Lina said.
All halal and also offering vegetarian and gluten-free options, dishes include all day breakfasts, such as the Middle Eastern breakfast (eggs your way, sjuk, haloumi cheese, labneh, garden veg and bread), Eggs Benedict (poached eggs & hollandaise sauce served on sourdough bread), Brekky Burger (beef rashers, egg, cheese, lettuce, tomato & barbecue sauce), Brekky Wrap (sausage, eggs, cheese, lettuce, tomato & barbecue sauce) and Fatteh (traditional Lebanese breakfast).
You could also start your day with an Acai Bowl (seasonal fruits, muesli, chia seeds and coconut flakes) or a Chef’s Pancake (double stacker, fruits and vanilla ice cream with maple syrup) and wash down with a piping hot coffee from Toby’s Estate, a freshly squeezed juice, smoothie, milkshake, chilled drink, frappe or thickshake.
For lunch, there is a range of wraps and burgers, including grilled chicken wrap, schnitzel wrap, Moroccan chicken burger, waygu beef burger, cheese burger or the haloumi burger combo.
Enjoy with a serve of chips or loaded fries, including chicken and mushroom, Mexican or sweet potato.
With the chicken and avocado salad among the most sought-after, according to Lina, there is also the tasty tuna salad or beetroot salad to put some zing in your afternoon plus a selection of daily fresh cakes, slices and bars if you’re looking for a sweet pick-me-up.

“Customers say they love our food, its presentation and our great service,” Lina added.
Lil Hideout Cafe is open Monday to Friday, 6am-3.30pm, and Saturday, 7am-12pm.
Happy to discuss catering, you can also find them on Uber Eats.

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