Weekend bites: Paesano, Steven ter Horst & Queen Street Cafe

A quick post on one of my past weekends eating adventures!

Focaccia: open grilled foccacia with herb scrambled eggs, cheese and baby spinach and tomato marmellata; $13.90
Napoletana: eggs baked in terracotta pot with Spanish onion, napoletana sauce topped with shaved Reggiano and charred wood oven bread; $13.90

C ordered the foccacia and got a mound of scrambled eggs, baby spinach and tomato marmellata with some bread. Whilst I ordered the Napoletana expecting the eggs to be baked in a terracotta pot, but instead I was presented with a not so appetising plate of eggs drowned in Napoletana sauce and a pile of onions. Disappointing meals and poor service considering that no one acknowledged us when we walked through the doors, and then having to seat ourselves and getting our own menus! It’s safe to say, I won’t be back!

81 O’Connell Street
North Adelaide SA 5006
P 08 8267 1118

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Steven ter Horst
steven ter horst, chocolate tart
Chocolate truffle tart: luscious dark chocolate ganache over crunchy hazelnut praline base served with berry coulee; $6.70

Rich, chocolatey, smooth and incredibly moreish. Not for the faint-hearted!

Steven ter Horst
256 Rundle Street
Adelaide SA 5000
P 08 7226 6216
221D Unley Road
Unley SA 5061
P 08 8373 1330

FB http://www.facebook.com/chocolatiersteven

Opening hours
Mon Closed
Tue-Sun 9am-11pm

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Queen Street Cafe
queen street cafe
Turkish bread: roast chicken, pesto, mushroom and cheese; $10.00
Scrambled eggs with rocket and mushrooms; $14.00

The usual brunch spot – ordered the turkish bread from their sandwich menu. Should’ve stuck to the poached eggs, chorizo and tomato compote (note to self)! The sandwich wasn’t bad per se, I was just hoping for more… flavour. At least the coffee’s always good!


Queen Street Cafe
12 Elizabeth Street
Croydon SA 5008
P 08 8340 0708

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1 comment for “Weekend bites: Paesano, Steven ter Horst & Queen Street Cafe

  1. Amanda
    July 17, 2012 at 10:26 PM

    I have to agree. Poor service and food.
    Last time I went there I asked for a tomato based sauce on my meal instead of the cream sauce. Not only did the waiter say it could not be done he also teased me about it and laughed at his own joke.

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