You might wonder why I decided to eat at two restaurants right next to each other for two days in a row. I actually tried to eat there on Monday but it turns out that the restaurant is closed then. This was another restaurant that I had a Groupon too and was excited to check it out.
The inside of The Little Aussie Bakery is similar to Sweetie’s Deli where it is an older house with hardwood floors and a warm atmosphere. While we didn’t talk to anyone with an Australian accent, we were told that the woman who owned it was indeed Australian. Additionally, this is a gluten free bakery, however, being gluten free doesn’t mean that the desserts look any less decadent!
Strangely enough, even though I was at the bakery, I didn’t really order any baked goods! I decided to get the same thing as my friend which was a salad with mango chicken curry. Now, I have never really had any sweet curry, but this worked really well. The chicken had a little bit of spice and you could really taste the mango in it along with brown sugar. The salad was HUGE and incredibly fresh with cherub tomatoes, cucumbers, and assorted colors of bell peppers. It was accompanied with a little bit of fresh baked bread that had this garlic butter that was to die for.
Our waiter was incredibly cheerful and friendly and talked with us offering suggestions on the menu along with just chit chatting. The light and pleasant conversation went well with the light meal to just leave you feeling good as you went back to work.
Value: 7.5/10 (A little expensive for lunch at $10/plate, but you pay for freshness)
Atmosphere: 9/10 (Another chill restaurant with a quirky feel to it)
Service: 10/10 (The waiter made you feel good and happy to be there)
Taste: 9.5/10 (Everything was fresh, fresh, fresh)