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2012-06-25 5 views
Three wombats cafe cooks a variety of Australian food, which is a little different from mainstream western food in terms of the ingredients used, and it's my first time in a cafe like this.The place isn't very big, with seating no more than 20, but definitely very cosy with cushions and stuff. Although there is only one staff serving all the customers, she was had no problem coping, with ordering, serving, drink refill and bill payment, fast and efficient.I went for the set meal with includes a
I went for the set meal with includes a soup of the day, a main course, and a drink. Mushroom soup is the soup of the day. The soup had a lot of mushroom of different variety and it adds texture to the soup. However, I feel that the soup would be better if it's creamier. For my main course, I had the Pumpkin ChopChop. It's basically Chicken Chop in brown sauce served with pasta in pumpkin sauce. Chicken chop is quite soft and juicy inside, together with the brown sauce which had a little tinge of herb taste, is delicious. However, what caught my attention is the pasta in pumpkin sauce. I've never tasted any pumpkins (or pumpkin dishes) before, so I have no idea what to expect. Turns out that, the pumpkin sauce is rather bland, slightly salty and sweet, and the consistency is quite thick and makes a good sauce for pasta.
Drink selection is pretty wide for set meal, which includes coffee and Italian soda, which cost $4+ on the menu. I took the peach Italian soda which is a little peach syrup in soda and it gives a little kick in otherwise plain soda.
The set cost a total of $18 with service charge, and which isn't expensive for the quality of food served
I would recommend this cafe for anyone who likes to try something different from usual western food.