"Why all that hassle just to find something to eat??"
"Trust me, it's gonna be worth all these "getting lost" and "getting honked by those annoyed drivers behind me because i don't know where to turn to while trying to read the gps on my bb" "
After some wrong turnings and right ones, we've finally reached Las Chicas. A brief research on Google (the best thing that ever created!) for some good "not-so-morning" breakfast brought me to this corner cafe on Carlisle Street. Despite it having a less attention grabbing exterior, customers who visits this cafe are most probably regulars, i assume..
I've read review on the troubles in nabbing a seat on busy weekends, but i was lucky enough to grab an outdoor seat for two, plus a dog.. Maybe it's because NOBODY eats "breakfast" at 3pm?
The menu was extensive and detailed. The non-vegetarian section itself took up an entire page!!
For the express breakfast goers, there are even 'faster items' on the menu (such as pumpkin, spinach, polenta with avocado salsa) and yeast free sourdough toast. You can basically find everything you need on the menu, if not, personalize your meal with your own preferences!!
I took a glance at the guy sitting at the table next to me who was savouring this dish, he looked like he was indulging himself in his little own world while his two other mates were chatting away.. So i thought it must be some pretty decent choice to order..
Given the extra credit to the sweet and succulent prawn in skewers, the rest are just redundant. Really.. The iceberg lettuce at the bottom was too old/ left out for too long.. It didn't taste fresh at all.. But with a little help from the slice of lime provided, i managed to finish up three quarter of the "grass" (unwillingly).
Verdict: Definitely a must-visit place for breakkie lovers!!!