I’ve been meaning to post this for the longest time, but life – ugh, it just gets in the way sometimes…
I know that there are some spuds eateries in food courts and whatnot, but I haven’t heard of a cafe dedicated to the gloriousness of potatoes. So when I first learnt about Mad Spuds Cafe, I almost exploded with excitement.
My first time there had me equal parts excited and anxious (what if it’s not as good as it’s suppose to be? I didn’t know if I could deal with the let-down)… then purely devastated when I found out that I had freaking forgotten to pack my camera. Like, whaaaaaat. I don’t even know how that’s even possible. The second time, I ran out of batteries; I just wanted to cry at that point.
At least the food was as deliciously fantastic.
I don’t know if you’ve realised by now that I am fanatical about potatoes. So… caveat! I may be totally biased in this review haha.
This post is so old, this wagyu burger isn’t on their menu any more. From memory, F said although the patty was a little dry, all the right flavours were there.
This was the special back then and consisted of poached eggs, salsa verde, Christmas relish and chorizo (yes this is how long it’s taken me to post about Mad Spuds).
F was supremely hungover, but said that it was “so freaking good”! I didn’t doubt it. It looked pretty epic.
D ordered the Chilli Con Carne and she quite liked it, though commented that it was a bit too big / too much potato for her. (“There’s no such thing as too much potato,” I told her, as I ate the rest of her potatoes).
The Little Piggy is probably one of my favourite spud dishes here. Then again, what’s not to love about crispy bacon strips, feta, cheddar, and mozzarella cheese, all topped off with sour cream?
I kid you not, each spoonful was absolutely full of awesome.
Mad Spuds, being a cafe in Surry Hills, is quite cozy and decorated with some pretty cool artwork / postcards. I adore their chilled atmosphere and the service is attentive, but not pushy – which is always nice.
Not only do Mad Spuds do kick-ass potatoes, they also do a mean iced coffee.
So, all in all, if you haven’t been to Mad Spuds yet, make a brunch date… Soon.