I am normally not a big fan of watermelon by itself but when it comes on the plate with the chef's smart creative, I always like it. The watermelon was crunch, juicy and refreshing. The yoghurt gave a tangy taste and the nutty toasty and crunchy of granola. The black olive sand made it special not only for the presentation but also for the flavour. Only frozen grape that I didn't like.
Tomato paper. When I tasted only itself, don't really like it but eating it as a whole sandwich, it was very important ingredient, adding the tangy and salty flavour.
3rd course : Iced coffee w fresh blueberries, salted pumkin seeds and chocolate. The chef comes out and pipes the iced coffee cream on top
Really good, everything was well compliment each other. Texture, flavour, temperation.. all made us so satisfied.
Le Monde Cafe
83 Foveaux St., Surry Hills 2010, Australia
Tel : (02) 9211 3568