Polly and I met again for our ladies’ get together. This time we went to BG Urban Cafe in Richmond at the International Place. Bread Garden re-branded their franchise recently.
This BG Urban Cafe is located in an industrial area. It caters for the surrounding office workers.
I have not been to Bread Garden before. So, I’m not sure if there is a change to the menu with this new re-branding. You can click on the menu to have a larger view.
This location is surprisingly large. It is pretty busy too. It is equipped with wifi as I saw one of the customer using a notebook in the cafe. There is also seating outside with the better weather now. This place opens really early around 6:30AM and closes at 5:00PM, just to cater for the workers around this industrial park.
The first item we picked is the above Cinnamon Knots with Coffee for $3.49. The coffee is strong as I like it. The cinnamon knots is light and fluffy and laden with sticky sweetness and walnuts. It does look very sweet but… it is just the right sweetness. We like this a lot.
Polly ordered the Rooibos Tea Latte for about $3.50. I cant recall what size is this. This is a caffeine free tea latte. Polly commented that it had a unique flavour. Ben had blogged about this tea here.
We had a Chickpea Meditteranean Salad to share. It is slightly tangy and quite appetizing. This salad has olives, red and green peppers, perhaps some artichoke and some herbs. The above is $2.99.
We also had an Omelette & Cheddar Croissant to share. It is $3.99. The croissant does not look like a croissant anymore after being grilled. Beyond the looks, it is quite nice as it’s served warm.
We got the above Bagel with Omelette, Ham & Cheese for free as there are some coupons on the brochure. The coupon has an expiry date on 15th June 2011. The multigrain bagel is pretty good with a thick slice of melted cheese.
The total bill came to $15.20 and BG Urban Cafe accepts credit card.