On a busy street in a leafy suburb you will find a forgettable exterior, in an industry dominated by hipster caves. Step into the slightly sterile interior (of a cafe named after a bus stop) to find a tired barista pouring very good coffee. But what sets this cafe apart from the masses is the talented chef and co-owner, Jason. The menu (all-day-breakfast and lunch) is adventurous, but not whacky. Everything is flavoursome, yet balanced. They bake well. The scrambled tofu is by far the best I've tasted (a record previously held by Fundies Organic Cafe, one suburb away). This dish is spiced and cooked in home-infused oil, without any hint of becoming overbearing. When you're done, step back onto the street and make your way past the bus stop.
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