Kepos Street Kitchen

After a few years, I revisited Kepos Street Kitchen last week and was not surprised by the amount of people waiting for a table.
Overall, let’s just say I was not at all disappointed with their food even after a few years.
I was also very glad to see a change in menu (you’d hope so)
But sometimes, it was just nice to go for the dish you knew would be a kicker.
Dad’s Favourite Breakie – I am not kidding you, Kepos Street Kitchen’s hummus, is undeniably (according to me anyway) the best.
It’s smooth, its creamy and its full of flavour.
There’s also something about their falafel – so many times, it has just been mush in my mouth but Kepos Street Kitchen has texture and a bite to it. Hurray!

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The tomato and mint salad is refreshing and quite generously dressed.
The Kepos Benedict was also a fantastic dish. Quite rich though!
The milk bread added an interesting sweetness instead of the sour or plain bread you find elsewhere.
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Kepos Street uses Grounds of Alexandria coffee, which I don’t actually prefer as it is too weak for me, so hence the double shot. That did the trick!

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Their selection of cakes are also quite extraordinary.

I took home the caramel, passionfruit cheesecake and blackforest cake (Pigging out, yes. No regrets.)
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Winner: CARAMEL CAKE.
Get your hands on that caramel cake. Fight for it. It was so moist, and had such a strong caramel flavour balanced out with the cream. Despite its strong flavour it was not overly sweet and is I deem one of the best!

Blackforest cake : This was pretty damn good too. Not on the same level as the caramel cake but I would definitely have it again.

The passionfruit cheesecake was a bit of a disappointment, especially after those two cakes and had the cheesy and passionfruit flavour but…nothing spectacular.

UGH.

I want that caramel cake.

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