Black Sheep Cafe Bistro Coomera.
A SHIMMERING OASIS IN SUBURBIA
Black Sheep Cafe Bistro , Coomera on the Gold Coast is Nestled on the Coomera River, a sleepy northern suburb of the Gold Coast houses a little Jewel of a bistro. The morning sun cuddles this simple, rustic, bistro as I settle in for a quick beaky.
Black Sheep Cafe Bistro is smartly set up to face the east, for the morning sun and for patrons to gleam at the passing traffic in this busy little corner of the world.
The chef-owner of Black Sheep Cafe Bistro ,Sian, keeps a friendly eye on the constant flow of diners with a friendly, welcoming smile or hug (depending on how regular you are), getting her staff to supply that essential first coffee and a copy of the menu.
Fresh, well-cooked, and well-seasoned simple food bring in the the punters.
Sian is a very talented chef but keeps the scope of the menu to what the market is asking for, and you can see she has hit it on the head.
Daily, fresh-baked tarts and muffins are displayed on the counter for your perusal at Black Sheep Cafe Bistro.
The breakfast menu settles in with nothing over $20, including local, freshly-roasted coffee beans, cold-pressed juices,in addition paleo porridge jumps out for the health conscious, but I’ll stick to a flat white and a big breakfast.
Kessler bacon, roasted butter mushrooms tasty beef chipolatas, rocket lettuce seasoned with balsamic vinaigrette, and perfectly poached eggs on toasted ciabatta loaf also await.
Furthermore Service was prompt and unobtrusive.
Just for the record, I tried the Green Machine cold-pressed juice, laced with kale, ginger, basil, and apple, which tasted fresh and clean. Most noteworthy gave me enough energy to run a half marathon.
The Black Sheep Bistro is open for lunch and Friday/Saturday night dinner.
I’ll be back to sample more as they have just got their liquor license.
Give it a try and you’ll love it. Just be quick as it fills up fast!