So ok, yes I was drawn to the novelty of the drinks at The Vogue Cafe in Macquarie Shopping Centre but c’mon, LOOK AT IT! This here is the Kinder Surprise ($8.50) and it is as amazing as it looks! A super creamy hot chocolate with half a Kinder Surprise, a stick of Kinder Bueno and whole hazelnuts! The only down side is we kinda wished we got the toy that would’ve been inside the Kinder Surprise egg…
The Peanut Butter Milkshake ($8) is just as epic in presentation with a freaking chocolate dipped waffle cone filled with sour gummy worms shoved in the middle of the glass. The milkshake is rich with a super intense hit of peanut butter and with crushed peanuts for good measure. It was totally a meal on its own, we saw people unable to finish their drinks and having to pour into takeaway cups.
I was thinking of getting the pancakes but after the sweetness of the drinks I was glad I chose the Eggs Benedict ($16.50), opting for crispy bacon instead of ham or smoked salmon. The eggs are awesome with perfectly gooey egg yolk centres that flow like a river of happiness over a fat slice of buttery panini. I loved the hollandaise sauce which had the right amount of creamyness and lemony tang.
Noods of course goes for the Big Brekkie ($17), he liked the amount of food on the plate but did wish that the butter wasn’t just in the sterile looking sealed containers or the tomato sauced poured sloppily into a plastic container and plonked on top of the plate haha
The cafe is a bit hard to find, you won’t see it just by walking around the centre cos it’s kinda part of the entrance of the car park so get up to level 2 and look for a turnoff to the left of Myers. Food is your usual cafe standard but defs go for the drinks if you’re in need of a rest break after the horror that is the lack of change rooms at H&M!
The Vogue Cafe
Shop 68, Level 2,
Macquarie Shopping Centre,
Corner Of Herring & Waterloo Road,
Mon-Weds, Fri: 9.30am – 6pm
Thurs: 9.30am – 9pm
Sat: 9am – 6pm
Sun: 10am – 6pm