The menu showcases the finest ingredients and wisely selected flavour combinations that will be pleasing to any palate. You’ll struggle to decide whether to go for the shakshuka with gently poached eggs in the spicy red pepper, cumin and pomodoro sauce (served with toasted chunky ciabatta), or the crunchy brioche French toast served with mixed berry cream cheese compote and maple syrup.
The wood-fired pizza oven in the corner of the restaurant churns out pizzas during lunch. The best quality mozzarella, Parma, rocket and tomatoes are sourced to create simple but flavourful pizzas. Giulio’s also offers a beautiful selection of pastas and burgers that will satisfy.
A lovely selection of pastries and cakes is available on the counter. The strawberry tart with a rich biscuit base is a must-have when available.
Mimosas, craft beer, pink gin, prosecco, Blood Marys, coffee and beetroot lattes – Giulio’s Café has its all, plus a well-executed wine list that complements the fresh and innovative café.
Staff are well presented and knowledgeable. When busy it can be a bit loud and service tends to get a little slow.
The fresh, stylish and tranquil Giulio’s Café allows one to escape the busy hustle.
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