Sardi (Revisited-Invited)

Wednesday, July 18, 2018 Sharon Halim 0 Comments

Sardi is a brunch place located in Kew which is one of the most elite suburb in Melbourne. I have been there many times and always a good experience come from it. The owner is also a friendly and chatty guy that likes to talk to blogger.

It took around 5 minutes walking from tram stop to reach the cafe. The space is quite big and has a homie vibes and it is popular amongst their neighbourhood. I would want to live in this kind of neighbourhood for sure.

We ordered the Wild Mushroom Ragout. The wild mushroom is so creamy and got a very strong herbs flavour. It could be categorized as a heavy dish to eat especially with all the carbs included(sourdough). This dish has a very balance taste between the sweetness and the saltiness. 

Next savoury dish is the special of the day which is Smokey Lamb Stew ($16). Skip this meal if you don’t like lamb because it has a very strong lamb taste and smokey flavour. It also has a strong pepper taste which is perfect for winter companion. The caramelized onion make the dish has a bit bitter touch but also slightly sweet from their macadamia and it is crunchy indeed. The dish brings a harmony when you eat all of the components with the creamy egg yolk and a lemon to balance. 

We ordered chocolate waffles as a “dessert” which we expected not too big but ended up they gave us a huge portion that won’t disappoint you. The good-side of the dish is not too sweet but a strong taste of the chocolate. The brownies and its ice cream are sweet enough, thus, it doesn’t clash with the waffles. To be honest it needs a bit of improvement on the waffles dough which supposed to be more airy not too dense. 

I can tell the chefs, the owner, and the team put their heart on the dish and it is something precious that customer looking for. 

Sardi Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Monday-Friday: 7.30am-4pm
Saturday-Sunday: 8am-4pm

111 Church St
Hawthorn, VIC 3122