I did my grocery shopping at Coles and it came out to $37.50. Not bad huh for 10 items. I was so happy.
The place on the corner near coles looked really interesting. I love going to espresso bars so this is worth a check out.
This place is about five minutes walk from the train station and about 1-2 minutes walk from the bus/tram interchange on Mt Alexander Road. It is in zone 1.
So I went and boy did it look really cosy. It was really warm in there too, perfect for a cold day.
The guy and girl working there was really friendly towards me and their other clients. The guy owned a dog called “Fatty” and he got a pat from me after lunch. Kudos to the friendly servers.
Fix does not do a lot of food items but they sure make up for it with their fairtrade coffees and Hilliers. I got to try a Hilliers chocolate (I think it was $0.20 per piece) and it was lovely.
They have a limited range of breakfast foods, cakes, pies and sandwiches. By the prices that they charge and the brands they have, my guess is that they are organic.
The interesting old radio they have there makes things a little exciting
The plant reminds me of Realfoods- nostalgia
Ah the joys of chai- I am glad they have this brand here
To start off with I had a small hot chocolate ($3.70). That was lovely. It had loads of froth in it and had that nice sweetness to it.
Then I had the eggs, toast and salad ($17.20). They could have put more things in the salad seeing as the dish was expensive. I would have liked to have feta and olives in it. Also I assumed that it would be coming with two slices of toast not one. I did however think that the eggs are much better than the ones at Boathouse. I somehow thought that the bread was either brown or rye. Either way it is good for you.
The balsamic vinegar dressing was very subtle which I quite liked. The flavours of the vegetables stood out and were really fresh.
To top it off I had a coconut chocolate ball (about $3.5, I guess). Here the ball was nice but a little bit too hard from being in the fridge overnight. I would have liked it a bit more if it was softer.
I did like the coconut pieces however and chocolaty flavour however.
All in all I would come back here again only with a friend. And maybe this time I’d like to try out their chai lattes and pies. I would recomend this place to eat and be merry for tommorrow we diet blog, where’s the beef, 730 days of my life and Eat, Play, Shop blog and anyone else who would like to try it
1 Everage street, Moonee Ponds, Australia 3039
Good for groups or parties
Good for children