Flower Child Cafe launches second site

30 March, 2017 by
Madeline Woolway

Following the launch of the Flower Child concept in Sydney’s Chatswood, co-founders Chris Lu and Adam Choker have launched another site at Warringah Mall.

Adam Choker, brother of Ramzey Choker from The Grounds of Alexandria, said “The menu takes a similar format to Chatswood, available all day, focused around breakfast, brunch and lunch. There is something for everyone from kids and gym goers to sweet tooths alike.

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"We brought over some of the iconic Chatswood dishes like The Flower Child Fruit Salad and the [popular] Flower Child French Toast however expect some new additions like the Pumpkin Gypsy Toast and Japanese Pancakes. The venue is also licensed, so whether it’s a Sunday Morning Bloody Mary or just wine time, you will be able to enjoy a drink with your meal. This time around we are also featuring a more extensive takeaway menu and are looking to introduce a tailored dinner in the coming weeks.”

The space has been designed by ACME & Co, and comprises a freestanding circular structure made with a combination of white wash timber, glass panels, windows and shutters. The interior features bursts of colour throughout using floral textures, custom tile motifs and planter boxes.

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The Grounds Roasters supplys the range of single origin and seasonal blend coffees with bread, cakes and pastries delivered by the new wholesale division of The Grounds Bakery.

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