Clipper cafe review

The other day we went to another Glebe café my friend recommended, Clipper Cafe, located at 16 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe NSW 2037.



Despite the cafe not being seemingly busy, the wait was ambiguously and comparably longer than the other cafes – or maybe it was because the wait seemed to drag on because it was 30°C. All the ingredients seemed freshly cut so perhaps that’s why they took longer than expected. I think tomatoes would be their most used ingredient daily.

Top: Haloumi and eggplant salad $14| Bottom: Grilled lamb salad (without leaves) $14

My friend got the Haloumi and eggplant salad and I got the grilled lamm salad : I asked for them to leave out the leaves because I don’t really like eating leaves in salads – I prefer them in sandwiches. Surprisingly when the dish came, the portions were larger than most of the portions served in brunch areas in Glebe.

Top: Haloumi and eggplant salad | Bottom: Grilled lamb salad (without leaves)
Passionfruit fuzer(Passionfruit with lemon and mint infused in sparkling water) $5.50

Overall comments

I would definitely visit again because of the portion sizing – it wasn’t too big to the point of making us feel bloated but it wasn’t too small to the point of us being hungry 1 hour or so later. Also, the drinks are interesting: the Passionfruit fuzer was not cold as I had anticipated but was slightly warm which was interesting but not something I’d drink on a daily basis.

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