Thursday, 13 September 2007

Wall Two 80

Think of a time when you’ve cruised down a street. Get a little bored, so decide to check out the scenery. From afar, the eyes go googly… SHAZAM! That person is alright… definitely has a cracking body. Approaching the same point from opposite directions, a closer inspection is made. Squint a little, to better focus on the subject. However, as if by reflex, the head turns sharply away to avoid eye contact and being caught out for having a perv. Unfortunately who was thought to be a potential hottie turned out a butterface (or prawn, depending on your sexual orientation). Harsh assessment? Maybe they have a great personality, thereby giving them more substance than just a person with good looks, the type of person that makes you feel all mushy inside.

Which brings me to Wall Two 80. First impressions may leave one scrambling for the safety of a main road eatery. After all, the sight of grudgey yet skilled graffitied wall doesn’t necessarily scream out good food and coffee available here. Give it a chance, and you’ll be rewarded. Enjoy lovingly made gourmet pides filled with nutritious and tasty ingredients such as smoked chicken and Dijon mustard, a Genovese caffeine hit or three, and tarts, fruity muffins and other delights to satisfy the sweet tooth. Warning, it does get crowded, so you might have to sit on stool cushioned milk crates instead of a more “civilised” dining setting inside. But look on the bright side, maybe these “tough” experiences could bring two people together.

3 / 5 yums!


Where? rear 280 Carlisle Street, Balaclava, VIC

What? Average Main – $9

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