Chef Angie Steele trained under Gordon Ramsay for eight years but hung up the fine dining apron for a less sophisticated and more relaxed alternative. That’s how Angie’s Little Food Shop was born.
Delicious, healthy and local ingredients are used to create a mix of noteworthy breakfast dishes that incorporates nutritious elements in innovative ways. Customer favourites include the popular wild mushrooms on toasted brioche and the smashed avo on sourdough. Few can resist the temptation of the gluten-free cakes and other freshly baked goods on display, which perfectly complement a cup of coffee (The Roasting Party) or cold pressed juice. Those looking for an extra weekend kick can opt for cocktails or a bottle of bubbly.
The space carries a chilled-out vibe ideal for catch-ups and family brunches. The interior boasts light colours; with white walls and a tiled bar topped with a wooden counter. A notable feature is the bare brick wall section in the back of the space, as well as the colourful pictures and hand-made ceramics Angie brings back from her home in South Africa. If you like the decor too much to leave it behind, the ceramics are for sale, so you can take a little piece of Angie’s Little Food Shop home with you.
Wild Mushrooms on Toasted Brioche
With roasted tomatoes and a poached egg