We take a seat and I have a mixed fruit juice which is sweet and delicious. Steve has some sort of smoothie made with berries, almond milk and I think coconut. It's all a bit weird for me with hints of cocoa in it but then he finds my juice too intense so each to their own. We also had tea which was nice and strong, just like we like it. Melbourne cafes may offer the best coffee but they often fail with tea. This was a winning brew.
We decide to go with their two omelette options and share them. They arrive quickly, cutely presented in a cast iron pan,
Baked Spanish omelette - Potato, mushroom, chorizo and sweet peppers topped with saffron sofrito and served with toasted bread
Baked Mexican omelette - Potato, chargrilled peppers, grilled sweetcorn and mushroom topped with tomatillo salsa and avocado served with warm corn tortillas
We don't realise until after that Smith and Daughters is completely dairy free and veggie so the chorizo has to be non meat but it doesn't stop us from enjoying this. The omelettes are fluffy with an almost scrambled egg texture. The flavourse are good although I don't stumble on much potato in either omelette. Maybe Steve ate it all...
Anyway, all pleasant enough. I think I'm game enough to go back for dinner. I'm not sure about returning for breakfast though because as much as I didn't realise the chorizo was veggie, I definitely know there was no bacon on the menu!