Bangalow Espresso Pizza Bar

Bangalow Espresso Pizza BarOur first morning in Bangalow involved a short walk into town to visit the market for ingredients to make that day’s dinner. And of course breakfast. Taking the lead from Luke and Amanda, we wove our way past the bustling cafes and shops along the main strip through to the Bangalow Espresso Pizza Bar.

This little cafe might not get much attention with its little sign out front and being tucked behind other shops, but that would be a mistake. Bangalow Espresso Pizza Bar‘s cold display of cakes and sandwiches looked very promising and the menu options were definitely not shabby.

Bangalow Espresso Pizza Bar

Bangalow Espresso Pizza Bar

Baked terracotta pot with turkish bread. AUD$12.50

The baked terracotta pots with turkish bread proved to be the most popular dish at the table that morning. Everyone, except I got them! But with three options available for this dish, who can go wrong? Luke and Amanda got the bacon version, which came with spinach, bacon, tomato, spanish onion and two free range eggs.

The SO got the chorizo version, which had everything as the bacon version – save the bacon.

Bangalow Espresso Pizza Bar

Bangalow Espresso Pizza Bar

f.a.t. AUD$10.50

I’ll admit the dish f.a.t‘s name might need some work, but I loved every bite of it. Warm garlicy fetta was smashed with creamy fresh avocado and topped with chopped basil, tomatoes and spanish onion on toasted sourdough toast. It made for the perfect start to my vegetarian month.

To top it off, Amanda and I were particularly tempted by their chocolate macademia brownies, so picked up four for that night’s dessert. Served with a drizzle of warmed mead and generous scoop of vanilla ice-cream, Bangalow Espresso Pizza Bar‘s dark chocolatey brownie made for a tip top finish and got a big thumbs up all around.

 

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