Tuesday, October 21, 2008

October 11, 2008: CERES cafe

With summer on its way Cindy and I are trying to get back into the weekend morning market habit. What better place to start than CERES? A great little bread shop, a wide selection of organic fruit and vegies, chickens and a lovely cafe to start things off. We've blogged about CERES before - it's a pretty reliable source of slightly expensive breakfast treats. We weren't going to bother boring everyone again, but I wanted to quickly mention my order: hot Indonesian eggs (fried free-range organic eggs on white rice served with chilli sambal, spring onions, mint, coriander, sweet soy, peanuts & salad greens). Not too shabby. The slightly salty soy, the chilli and the herbs really complimented the eggy goodness. And it had greens, so I was being healty! We still love CERES - it's busy, noisy and slightly disorganised, but the food has been pretty consistent and the atmosphere of the whole market can't be beaten on a sunny spring day.

Read about our previous visits to CERES here, here and here.


  1. This breakfast looks like it might be the kick I finally need to get me to Ceres for breakfast. If only I can overcome Mike's objections to the hair he claims to always find in his food there!

  2. JL, just make sure you're in the zone for rampaging children, dogs, and the threat of hippy-style service.

    Michael promises kingfishers out back, too. Take binoculars and your local bird nerd!