Wednesday, 12 November 2014

Moose Coffee, Dale Street

Greetings everybody!
The weather these days are crazy, isn't it? It always starts off really freezing cold and then it becomes really warm when suddenly the sun pops out. Anyways, we had decided to make our way down to town for a fancy brunch at this café one of the Sundays. It has crazy amount of good reviews and apparently their pancakes are the BOMBZ

Introducing: Moose Coffee

These were the customers waiting in the queue. We had to wait for 45 minutes to get our table. It's crazy, isn't it? We thought their foods were probably really amazing then. Or probably just bad timing, 'cause everybody eats brunch on Sundays. 

Just a couple of nice selfies with my companions of the morning x


.. and we finally got ourselves a table. The decorations are so.. moosey HAHAH.

Feed me already. I can still remember how hungry I was that morning.

Our drinks were served: Mallow Moose Hot Chocolate, Cappuccino and Latté

The hot chocolate was really interesting. That moose cup with the marshmallows only had steamed milk in it, there was no chocolate at all. Rachel had to stir the chocolate stick into the drink to turn it into a hot chocolate drink! How amazing is that?!

And the moment we've been waiting for.. TADAAA!

Tri-State Combo
Egg Benedict on toasted bagels with any two fillings in their menu. We had New Hampshire Moose and New Orleans Moose, which are smoked salmon and slow cooked pulled pork respectively. I personally think they were really good but honestly it is hard to go wrong with this dish.

Moose Apple & Homemade Salted Caramel Pancakes
Three huge pieces of home made pancakes topped with cinnamon spiced apples and salted caramel. This dish is served with maple syrup and butter. They were super amazing. The fluffy textures and the combination of sweet, sour and salty were literally mouth-gasm. 

Moose Waffles with Chocolate Hazelnut Spread
Belgian Waffles served with chocolate hazelnut, butter and maple syrup. I personally think these waffles were overly sweet, even eating them without the chocolate and maple syrup. I did not like this as much as the others.

It costed us £9 each for this hearty brunch. I highly recommend not ordering the pancakes on your own as it will be too much for one person. Share it with a couple of friends and you will love this place as much as we do! 

I will definitely visit again, Moose Coffee. 

Last but not least, my lazy Sunday ootd x

Wish you all have good Sundays like mine.

Lots of Love,
zhi wei x

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