After some fresh-produce & gift shopping at the Kelvin Grove markets on a Saturday mid-morning, and in our tummies- a cuppa Bunker cappuccino, Bunker Iced 70% chocolate milk (do give this bittersweet drink a go!) and some hand-made steamed buns, we built up an appetite, ready for an early lunch. We headed towards West End, to Atomica supposedly, but passed by Kerith Brook Cafe which had a couple of outdoor seatings, perfect for accommodating our lil' dog!
The menu was kept simple and concise with the usual suspects of eggs benedict, french toasts, open cheese melts, BLT etc. The King's Burger had an unusual twist which tempted Mr food hunter at first but the Zucchini, Potato & Corn Fritters with Bacon was equally enticing and the latter was the final pick.
The fritters consisted of mostly potato and with the flour it became more of a doughy-er version
rather than a light zucchini-filled one. The bacon was cooked well and tasted surprsingly alright with a side of an Asian type cocktail sauce. Overall, it was satisfying enough!