Thursday, 25 August 2016

Dear Abbey

Recently opened in front of Weslayan church, Dear Abbey quickly charmed its way to Melbourne brunch scene with their courtyard styled cafe. There are a few seats to choose; from their glass box seatings located in front, corridor seating for more privacy, and even their spacious outdoor seatings to soak up the warm sun. TwoPaperPen quickly fell in love with their interiors and their amazing selections of breakfast and lunch options. We had a chance to try their lunch menus; Japanese Seared Yellow Fin Tuna & Angel Hair Pasta.
Japanese Seared Yellow Fin Tuna

The Japanese Seared Yellow Fin Tuna was beautiful and mouth-watering beyond imagination. It showcased the beauty of plating with the sophisticate touch of edible flowers. Pickled beetroot, cocktail onion and garlic topped the beautifully seared tuna steak. The vibrant pink colour in the centre was memorable; not to forget the generous portion of the streak, thick and succulent.
Radish, Wasabi Mayo and Angel Tears


The semi cooked and rare tuna streak mixed with their ginger soy was heavenly. 
Poured some Ginger Soy
The second dish from their lunch menu will be their Angel Hair Pasta. The al dente angel hair pasta was topped with some of the most succulent Tasmanian king prawns and scallops. We could taste the fragrance confit garlic. Everything was mixed perfectly with the olive oil. 
Angel Hair Pasta
Coffee beans from Where's Marcel
Green juice to conclude an epic meal? Darwin couldn't agree more.
Green Juice anyone?

Dear Abbey
23a Gladstone Street, Moonee Ponds
Melbourne, VIC, 3039
Mon - Sun: 7am - 4:30pm 
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