Apparently I've walked past it numerous times without noticing as it stays hidden away in the lobby of 40 Creek street, next to Sushi Kim. I headed inside and the pastry cabinet immediately drew my attention with its selection of sandwiches and other breakfast goodies.
I settled on the coffee and bacon roll deal for $9.95. The blend was Toby's Estate, and it was strong enough to give me a much needed kick start, though a richer milk would have been appreciated.
The bacon roll was a lot heavier than I would have expected, and proved to be very dense and filling. The bacon was thick and nicely fried, but lacked any crispiness. The egg was fried, but unfortunately the yolk was completely cooked through. The roll in its entirety though was very filling and it lasted all morning, to the point where I found it difficult to fit much lunch in afterwards though.
At the insistence of my neighbour, the day after, I decided to try the Chorizo roll. The bun was equally as dense and filling, but the chorizo made for a spicy start to the day, and the fried egg had a yummy runny yolk in the middle, which made ti far more delicious.