- Chicken Parma
- King Salmon Salad
- Matcha Hotcake
The Chicken Parma was absolutely gigantic. The schnitzel itself was nicely crumbed and has a crunchy outer. Within, the chicken within was unprocessed, free range breast that was juicy and tender. The great schnitzel was topped with a Napoli sauce that was a tad sweeter than expected and stretchy, melted cheese that was creamy though could’ve had a bit more flavour. The chips accompanying the parma was plentiful and cooked perfectly, crisp and fluffy.
We also enjoyed the King Salmon Salad. The salmon fillet had a nice crisp skin and was rather chunky. However on this instance, it was a tad overcooked and which made for a tougher experience than expected. Fortunately, the variety of greens sitting underneath were fresh and crisp, well held together by a light yet slightly tangy dressing.
Our favourite dish must be the Matcha Hotcake. Stunningly presented, the two-high stack of Hotcakes were exceptionally tall and fluffy. With a bouncy and almost spongy sensation, we found the Hotcakes well balanced in sweetness and well accompanied by the fresh fruits scattered throughout. Combined with a beautiful chia pudding, this was a winning combination for sure.
Picnic is a cute neighbourhood cafe that brings with it awesome coffee and juices along with tasty breakfast and lunch options.
The more than generous portion sizes are bound to satisfy, and with jut a couple of tweaks here and there, they are destined to be come a locals favourite.
Would Penguin Eat Again?
Penguineats would like to thank Picnic Cafe for inviting us.