Nestled away in suburban Vermont, Ramsay Gardens Cafe isn’t likely to be on your radar yet unless you’re a local, but it’s a great addition to the Eastern Suburbs!
Something for everyone
Offering both breakfast and lunch dishes, there’s something for everyone, and the cafe is a popular take away spot too. The menu has an element of creativity and while it hits enough of the key dishes you’d expect, there’s definitely a number of items which are a little different on there too.
Being tucked away at the bottom of a new build of apartments we were expecting a simple, plain interior, but Ramsay Gardens Cafe is delightfully decorated with floral arrangements and animal themed paraphernalia which make it a unique and interesting spot to grab a bite to eat.
The chilli scrambled was the perfect dish for a cool winter’s day. The generous portion of eggs were infused with a good heat by the chilies without being too spicy and complemented by a light and fluffy croissant.
Sweet Potato Gnocchi
The sweet potato gnocchi was delicious. A difficult dish to present, but they successfully managed to add a few pops of colour to the plate, and the taste was fab. The gnocchi was subtly sweet and blended well with the creamy sauce. We cleared this plate quickly and it’s definitely a dish I’d go back for.
Address: 5 Stanley Road, Vermont South
|Tue||7:30 am to 3pm|
|Wed||7:30 am to 3pm|
|Thu||7:30 am to 3pm|
|Fri||7:30 am to 3pm|
|Sat||8am to 3pm|
|Sun||8am to 3pm|
Parking: There is street parking on Stanley Road, just check the signs carefully for time limits.
Getting here on PT: It’s on the 75 tram route (alight at Burwood Highway/Stanley Street). The 732 bus also stops nearby.