|Winter is almost over! |
Sunglasses: Shakuhachi, Bali
Necklace: Legian Markets, Bali
As you are aware, I love market day! I also love my new aztec print cardigan from "Zara". It is very soft and super comfy! The first time I wore it with a long, metallic gold skirt but today I dressed it down a little with blue tie-dye jeans. I feel blue and orange really compliment each other.
After I went to Glebe markets KJ and I tried out a new cafe in Glebe Point Road for coffee. "Il Cortile Caffe" has only been open three weeks and is down the more upmarket end of Glebe Point Road. It specialises in piadinas (Italian flat toasties) and freshly baked pastries. It feels like you are in a small Italian (or Spanish) village with vines hanging from the walls,white pebbles, blackboard menus with venitian shutters, cast iron tables and chairs and a watering hole. The daily specials are written by hand on butchers paper and are pinned to the wall and shutters out the front and inside the cafe. There is the story of the piadinas hand written on a scroll hanging from the wall in both English and Italian.
They use "Di Bella" coffee and do a decent cup of coffee for $3.20 (a bit cheaper than the standard $3.50).
The staff were overly friendly but in a good way. I think they are still in the honeymoon phase of opening the cafe. Hopefully the friendly service lasts!
Il Cortile Caffe
325a Glebe Point Road
Glebe NSW 2037