G and I took our little bottoms to Cantina 663 in Mt Lawley on Saturday morning (after a gruelling bootcamp session) for a delicious breakfast. nom nom nom!
After studying the menu and being told the bad news that there was no gluten-free bread (uh oh, not happy) we both settled for a bowl of creamy Polenta porridge, with pear and rasins.
G – 6.5
Me – 6
The porridge was tasty, I would certainly eat it again, but we didn’t go crazy for it.
It should be noted that this was our second stop for the morning, we went into another cafe, but was told they didn’t use GF bread, so when Cantina also broke my heart with the news I was a bit disappointed. Apparently Mt Lawley cafes don’t approve of the GF bread! But in saying that, I do love Cantina, the staff were really friendly, the atmosphere is very cute, a good place to people watch and a cozy place for a first date. I would highly recommend giving it a go!
Before I love and leave you – if you just want a quick take-away coffee and muffin, pop into the little ‘order and leave’ counter in the astor arcade, it is really sweet and you have your own barista – he was kinda cute too (always a plus, right?).