So brunch isn’t brunch without trying their breakfast “The Ginger Breakfast”. The hashbrown was certainly very different – quite crisp from what I tried but my friend said some parts were a bit dry and hard.
I ordered the breakfast wrap with avocado guacamole. Lovely sunny side up egg in a breakfast burrito and a generous serving of avocado. I did notice however, it was a bit cold by the time it came. My friend said the same about her breakfast. I wonder why this was the case – we went on a Saturday morning when there were only about two other tables being served.
The idea itself is fantastic – I thought the burrito didn’t quite match the egg or maybe it needed a zingier sauce to bind the ingredients together. Or maybe I just didn’t know what to think because it was a bit cold – it’s hard to get past that fact when it was so cold and windy that day!
To be honest, I haven’t tried many cafes in Dandenong. I can see why Ginger Jones made the zone 2 dining guide – it has potential and serves quality cafe food – if I was in Dandenong and wanting brunch, I’d definitely come try again because I can only think of places like Zouki or the food court at this stage – maybe it’s time to look at urbanspoon for suggestions… I did go past a bakery which seemed pretty popular on the same street.