Monday, June 8, 2015

Choks Pot Cafe Williamstown

88 Ferguson Street
VIC 3016

The better half has decided that the Choks Pot was a good spot to check out while we were in Williamstown on a grey day, with our visitor from out of town.

The bright exterior made a strong attempt to conquer the dull weather and inside the modern café boxes were ticked.

The menu covered the normal bases for breaky and lunch with the addition of a few seafood dishes.

There were also various specials available listed on the chalkboard and outside...

Bruce went for the rosemary grilled lamb chump chop with roasted veggies and potatoes which he enjoyed.

The Johgn Dory fillet with quinoa salad was nice but missing some sauce or dressing to add flavour and moisture.

I went for the Chokspot fish curry which was a winner. There was plenty of fish along veggies in a mild but tasty curry sauce.

Our meals did take a little longer than some others to arrive, probably due to the dishes we ordered and the service was friendly from all the team. The meal came in at around $45 with some coffees which was good value and I'd be happy to head back next time we are looking for a feed in Williamstown.

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