Scarecrow is always a great spot for lunch in the city. Their cabinet is interesting and you can browse the shelves while you wait. The service is quick but not overly friendly (although that doesn’t detract from the service). There are plenty of vegetarian choices. The coffee isn’t great but it’s certainly drinkable.
A real country-esq feel to this place at the top of the very busy intersection of Wellesley and Victoria Street. Plenty of produce, flowers, homewares for sale. The menu is of a very high quality offering swap outs for vegetarians, gluten free options. The lunches are satisfying, try the fish or the sandwiches made to order, with a side of generous hot coffee and desert to take out for later. Well worth the trip here.
Have been here for breakfast and got the smoked fish cake which was top knotch! The fish was cooked perfectly, the dish was a good size for the price that I paid and the service was nice. What topped my morning off though was the selection of handmade chocolates they have!!! Soooooo tasty, melts in your mouth, a bitesized mouth full of sheer divine!!!
This cafe has a homey country vibe, a world away from the hustle of the city.Lovely salad range and chicken! Went here for lunch on a sunny day and enjoyed it. The location itself is good too! Food and service are both superb. Perfect overall.
Good location, but a tad too small for my liking. Ive only eaten breakfast here, just a simple eggs on toast, but believe it or not, not everyone cooks scrambled eggs properly. These are cooked perfectly everytime here, which is why I will keep coming back.
A stylishly beautiful cafe/restaurant, reminiscent of a farmers market or deli, Scarecrow prides itself on serving fresh seasonal food and is a hybrid of being a restaurant, grocers and florist.
It really is an epicurean's delight to browse the shelves of organic and health produce, whilst you await your meal to be served, offering alfresco dining too.
Staff is knowledgeable and friendly and the food is delightful. As a spur of the moment drop in to dine, the seared beef on a cauliflower purée with reduced red cabbage was delicious with garden salad side.
We left taking away a chocolate mud cake from the very impressive and eye catching display counter. I'd visit again without a doubt!
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