The Aussie's eat healthily and so should we. This Aussie Cafe serves all of those delicious wonders that make their skin glow. Expect grain bowls with organic chicken and grass fed beef and fresh juices. Maybe stay clear if you're looking to soak your arteries with greasy plate-staining pizza (although that sounds pretty tasty as well). It's pretty tiny and rather casual but what else can you expect from the West Village.
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We went to Coco & Cru for dinner and really enjoyed our meal. The vibe is clean, casual and airy. I ordered the green bowl, which was loaded with kale, spinach, quinoa, avocado, pesto and a poached egg. It was very tasty and I was especially pleased because it can be hard to find a sit down dinner place that serves vegetarian dishes with tons of veggies. Most restaurants seem to serve pasta as the only vegetarian main course. My dining companion had the skirt steak, which she enjoyed and came with yummy crispy roasted potatoes and spinach. We will be back (next time for brunch)!
You'll find laid-back Aussie vibes and fresh dishes at this casual corner joint. I ordered the house smoked salmon toast, which came on top of some toasted, fluffy goodness that is Balthazar's brioche. The included small salad had a bright and citrusy bite to it, and the egg on top of the flaked smoked salmon was perfectly runny. $15 felt steep for the portion size, but seems to be on par with prices of similar establishments in the area. Had to pick up a Balthazar croissant ($4) for the road, and it was nicely packaged for me. Service was prompt, courteous, and friendly. I appreciated the old school hip hop on rotation. We'll be back to try their other offerings!
Tried the baked eggs with pulled pork and it was filling and tasty. The restaurant is pretty cozy and has a casual vibe. The seating is a bit tight though so conversation can be a bit tough.