Tue – Fri: 7am – 4:30pm
Sat – Sun: 8am – 4pm
Coffee: Seven Seeds House Blend, Specialised Coffee Blends
“I get excited when entering into a cafe with trendy decor and layout which shouts out this is going to be a unique experience. The Premises is no different. Situated in the very trendy area of Kensington, The Premises offers an open and calm feeling.
The menu is small, but it dares to give food goers a chance to taste innovative or unheard of dishes. I was eying off the Russian Egg Salad on the menu, but having a sweet craving, nothing could stop me having the French Toast with Fresh Strawberries & Vanilla Mascarpone [$13.50]. The meal was plated in a delectable way with sweet taste bursting in your mouth, but not leaving you heavier than when you arrived.
The Seven Seed coffee blend always complements a meal well and had left me feeling satisfied. I snuck a taste of Miss SL’s meal, I was very impressed with the egg salad and the different flavours complement the meal well. This newly cafe has a lot of boxes ticked to give any breakfast cafe a run for its money and with the aim of having its menu innovative and fresh, is any good reason to keep coming back.”
“My first impressions of The Premises was a good one – the place looked trendy without being full of pretentious people who think they’re too good for everyone else. The menu was rather limited, but a number of dishes on the menu intrigued me – mainly being the Russian Egg Salad with Dill, Spring Onion, Pickle and Salmon with Sourdough [$15.50]. I must admit I was a little disappointed with the plating of my dish, particularly as Mr LBs dish looked so drewl-worthy. To my pleasant surprise, however, the egg salad was deliciously creamy, and once combined with the other ingredients on my plate created an odd but satisfying combination of flavours in my palate.
I had a cheeky taste of Mr LBs French Toast, and I early melted in my seat. The vanilla mascarpone was to die for! Would I have the Russian Eggs again sometime? Sure. But not perhaps, before Mr LBs French Toast.”
Final thought: “French toast worth dying for…”