We've stopped by Mixed Business a couple of times before, and this weekend it made for a convenient and tasty start to a 'lil road trip. The fruit toast with fig compote and ricotta ($7.50) was larger and more filling than I expected - very sweet with the double hit of dried fruit in the bread and spread. Perhaps a little more ricotta would have been nice. Regardless, it was an innovative topping and certainly more restrained than the banana split brioche.
Michael ordered the poached eggs and veg beans on sourdough toast ($13.50), which he coveted but ultimately didn't order on our first visit to Mixed Business. Spiced with paprika and sprinkled with parmesan and basil, this dish had Michael proclaiming this cafe his new favourite spot for breakfast. While the sweeter side of the menu hasn't quite had me swooning, I agree that it's a lovely cafe - the high quality of the food and service seems reliable, the prices are reasonable, and the atmosphere is most pleasant.
Read about our first breakfast at Mixed Business here.