Smak is a very vibrant, cozy little eatery. Its menu offers a lot of hot bravrage selections but mostly coffee and a small list of alcohol drinks. Their clientel is mostly nearby office workers looking for a coffee boost and a lunch meal.
They offer designed cake orders for birthdays or other event. The eatery is small but with an outside sitting area for smokers.
Smak is a breakfast and lunch eatery, that offers baked cakes on order. The menu offers light meals, salads, lunch, pasta, burgers and breakfast. My waiter recommended that I try out Lamb double zero, consists of roasted leg of lamb in creamy sauce and pasta covered with grated parmasan cheese. It has a fresh earthy taste from the shredded lamb that cuts through the freshly made pasta. Would have liked to try out The Smoke Bomb consists of homemade smoked tomato chutney and mozzeralla cheese burger. It has a catchy name. The next time I visit will try out the heart stopper a classic french “croque monsieur” can add chips, egg, bacon, cheese or emmental on the side.
There is no dessert menu but they offer four types of cheese cakes sold sliced if your craving something sweet. The meal gave value to the money spent.
There is enough options for vegetarians. They offer fresh meals for during the day that is something different from the rest.
The hot drinks list consists of different coffees, homemade hot chocolate, latte and teas. The usual cold drinks and juices and a ginger shot. They offer a small selection of gins, whisky, brandy, rum, vodka, digestif, tequila, sparkling wine and 12 wines you can choose from. Like the desplayed Bonfire hill red mild blend has fruity and spice notes to the taste and a punch of oak to the nose.
The waiters are friendly, but the reaction to get the customer sitted is slow. The waiters need more knowledge on the menu items sold, to make good sales. The wait for pasta dishes takes a while but the fresh taste makes worthwhile.
This is a buzzy place to eat at, would recommend that you take along a friend to enjoy the loud conversations.
Its more of a 40+ old working crowed that seem to be more visible. Its more of a eat and go envirnoment.
The décor has a deli look of cans, oils, almond milk, cold meat, sweets and cheese cakes on display.
This is the best place to have those out of the office quick meetings over coffee or lunch type of eatery.
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