Charmingly attached to its global backpacking and hippy sensibilities, The Dream Café’s eclecticism is its main draw. The solid breakfast and brunch offerings, from classic eggs benny ($10) to the Baja Fritatta ($10.95), are a hit with Ironman triathletes and famished families. Lunch and dinner span everything from paninis and wraps to tofu and tenderloin and butterflied prawns. In the evening,... more
We stopped here for lunch and sat outside. The food was pretty good and the service was okay. having popped inside to visit the bathroom we were disappointed we weren't visiting in the evening instead as the restaurant looks pretty cool and has a stage for live music
We were invited to go to the Dream Cafe to hear a guitarist perform with his small band. We arrived to find a most eclectic atmosphere and a warm welcome from Pierre. Our table was close to the stage and we were able to enjoy the music with no interruptions.
Our meals were the absolute best we had here in... more
I arrived with a group and we were crammed into a corner of the restaurant. The table I sat at blocked ingress/egress for half of our party. I told my friends if they had to use the washroom, to cross their legs.
Very cool décor; hippie central here! Lots of vegetarian options on the menu. I chose falafel and veggies;... more
The Dream Cafe is a cozy and comfortable local cafe that allows its patrons to savor their cup of coffee and light snacks sans any disturbances. It also features live music concerts on certain days and every performance here is well-attended. Dream Cafe has an unique concept of 'shush note', that underlines the importance of silence during an on-going performance and if the crowd on the other... more