It was Mother's Day a couple of weeks ago and in traditional Dad-Venture family style it was off to Werribee Cache Cafe for breakfast!
Cache Cafe is situated on a large block of farming, ergonomic type land that is typical to the Werribee South area. The smell of rich soil and occasional manure overcomes the senses at times, and I dearly wished I came here with a peg on my nose. However...
There's no doubt that the food is delicious. I ordered the pulled pork Benedict burger, which is literally everything great in this world, on a plate.
The pulled pork was delicious, slow cooked and worked well with the hollandaise sauce. The eggs were well cooked, fluffy and everything was just well balanced. It was tasty, the bun was soft and well worth the price tag.
I literally could not get enough of this burger and as you can see it was just so aesthetically pleasing to even look at. The ingredients boast such powerful flavor on their own that I thought one element of the dish would surely overpower the others. But, I digress, this burger was a slice of breakfast heaven.
I'll definitely be back to visit Cache cafe again. I won't lie, I'll probably order the same thing again, however I will choose to sit inside next time.
Also, Cache Cafe boasts a pretty cool deli with local produce including vegetables, game meats, honey and all of those fun things that actually would require me to cook (which just isn't on come Mother’s Day). I bought some pretty cool dessert biscuits which were recommended by my cousin who said they “were the best thing ever.” I didn’t keep the packaging by from memory they are a Turkish sweet. The inside is packed with gooey chocolate and is best eaten dipped in a hot tea.
My verdict: WORTH IT for breakfast mains under $19.50.
Has been reviewing restaurants all around the Western Suburbs (and beyond) of Melbourne since 2017.