June 11, 2012

Campos Coffee | James Street

Eggs Benedict with ham

Baked Eggs
Campos, probably more so known for their coffee - which itself is a favourite of mine, but they do breakfast as well. Breakfast is my favourite meal of the day, i went through a phase (actually still in this phase) where i would organise to have breakfast dates with whoever is keen enough to wake up for an early meal :) 

I ordered the Eggs Benedict and Le Fatty ordered the Baked Eggs. The eggs were done perfectly on mine and the accompanying ham was delicious. Deli-style, shaved and lightly salted - complimenting both the toasted turkish bread and eggs. I have to say that i was a bit disappointed with the hollandaise sauce, it tasted a bit bland for my liking and the turkish bread was probably a bit too toasted as you could probably see in the photo, but keeping in mine while my bread was a bit on the burnt side, le fatty's was toasted perfectly. I also tried a bit of his dish and it doesn't look like much on first impressions but there is probably around 4-5 eggs baked there! There was a side of panfried haloumi chunks as well which was perfectly done and delicious!

Although i have actually been here a few times, i always order the same thing, Eggs Benedict.. yes.. i haven't been very adventurous this time, the other items on the menu look interesting/delicious so i will have to try it next time i'm there - i like that they change the menu around a bit seasonally so it's not the same thing every time!

Would i go back? Most likely! Campos - definitely a lovely place to have breakfast, great atmosphere & great coffee. (Tip: Go early. It can get quite busy and you may need to wait a little bit to be seated.) Makes a perfect place to enjoy breakfast, be it a weekday or weekend. It's tucked behind James street down this little alley way. They are also dog-friendly by the looks of it! Cute isn't it?

i thought this was quite cute :)
since then, i have revisited and you can see more photos of the new menu i tried here

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