It had been a while since my last visit to Little Audrey’s Café. I intended to drop by last Sunday for weekend brunch but there was a last minute change of plan. So, I went back yesterday morning for their Crispy Eggs Benny. It looked so good on Instagram.
Without further ado, let me show you what we had for brunch at Little Audrey’s Café yesterday!
Hojicha Latte | B$5.80
roasted Japanese green tea tea with steamed milk, bittersweet with an earthy, natural flavor, naturally low in caffeine
San Diann had Hojicha Latte to which he commented that it was too sweet for his liking. He was served with extra steamed milk to dilute the sweetness. In spite that he had added in all of the extra steamed milk, it was still too sweet for him.
Taro Latte | B$5.50
I contemplated whether to go for coffee or non-coffee beverage and I found this Taro Latte alongside with Sweet Potato Latte. I find them interesting so I asked the waiter which of the both is their bestseller. He answered that it would be the former and I followed his recommendation.
I loved the color presentation as soon as it was served despite that I kind of regretted my decision shortly after I ordered and it was too late to cancel. My Taro Latte was served to me in less than two minutes after I had my second thought.
Taste wise, I find it too sweet and milky for my liking but it did have a distinctive taro taste. It tasted quite a bit like Taro ice-cream. Audrey, the owner of the cafe mentioned that they hand made the ingredients themselves from scratch.
French Fries | B$4.90
Wafu Salmon | B$18.90
grilled miso salmon with Australian medium grain brown rice, sauteed mushroom, broccolini and a tangy Japanese-style soy sauce
San Diann ordered this and commented that it was good. He loved the texture of the grilled miso salmon which I thought would be nicer if it had been more juicier. He loved the rice too. The miso salmon was served with a side of sauteed purple cabbage.
Crispy Eggs Benny | B$8.90
deep-fried poached eggs, mashed avocado, smoked salmon and hollandaise sauce on brioche
This was my main anticipation of my visit to Little Audrey’s Café this time round. Instead of the regular poached eggs, Little Audrey’s Café serves them deep-fried. The eggs were poached, breaded and then deep-fried.
Texture wise, it was good in my opinion and the yolks were runny when cut through. The waiter informed me that they were out of mashed avocado and it will be the replaced with sauteed mushroom. The salad on the side was fresh and crisp. I loved the dressing. It was tad sour hence making the salad appetizing.
Little Audrey’s Café
Unit 9, Ground Floor,
Block A, Q-Lap Complex,
Bandar Seri Begawan,
Negara Brunei Darussalam