Lower Deck (west side), Jones Bay Wharf
Pyrmont NSW 2009
Monday - Friday 7 to 4
Saturday - Sunday 8 to 3
Squeak and I decided to join some friends for an early Saturday breakfast at Cafe Morso based on our last visit, which was quite pleasant. On this occasion we could not have been more disappointed. Despite the fact we had booked a table in advance we were given the table that probably sat the furthest from the views as possible. Service was aloof and disinterested. This was most telling when it came to the food. At no point did anybody ask the question if we were happy with the food. It is probably lucky for them they didn't, as on the whole we were most certainly not happy. Squeak did the best with the Bacon and Egg Gnocchi which she found to be okay, M1 & M2 felt their breakfasts were average, but the creme de la creme came with my dish. I opted for the Baked Bean and Ham hock cassoulet. This sounded delicious and flavoursome. On arrival it was a very 'grey' looking dish. The beans were undercooked and had literally no flavour whatsoever and the ham frankly tasted like it was possibly on the road to being bad. The best part about the dish was the chargrilled bread. I did not finish this dish - which, as most would know, is quite unheard of.
When the dishes were retrieved (largely unfinished) noone thought to enquire about our meals. I think this sums it all up. We will not return, or recommend this place to anybody.
Read more for our earlier, more pleasant experience if you would still like to visit Cafe Morso.
It is Sunday morning and as such Buggles & Squeak would normally head to the wonderful Bar Mattino. This sunny winter's morn we decide we want to enjoy breakfast by the water....we head off to Cafe Morso.
Buggles and Squeak love Pyrmont, it is one of our top 5 'where we would love to live' suburbs, so a visit here is always lovely.Cafe Morso sits within the Jones Bay Wharf, just down from Flying Fish.