Bittersweet Cafe Patisserie and Town Green Inn
Wednesday, 13th October 2010, 20:11

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A quick post, revisiting two of our Port Macquarie favourites:
First up, a selection of gorgeous cakes at Bittersweet Cafe Patisserie, Lighthouse Beach.
A lovely Caramel Banoffee Pie ($8). Yes, all that cream was for one person, but it wasn't sweetened and went perfectly with the caramel, fresh banana and super crumbly, buttery short crust base to create a treat that was delicious without being sickly.
Bittersweet Cafe Patisserie and Town Green Inn
Lemon Meringue Pie ($7.50) piled high with light crisp meringue on a tart lemon curd.
Bittersweet Cafe Patisserie and Town Green Inn
White Chocolate Raspberry Cheesecake ($8), dense, moist and rich. Love the big fresh strawberries on top!
Bittersweet Cafe Patisserie and Town Green Inn
Read about our first visit here.

Second, dinner at the Town Green Inn, Port Macquarie.
Entree of Bruschetta ($9). A little skimpy on the tomato, but the olive oil was fragrant and the bread very fresh and toasty.
Bittersweet Cafe Patisserie and Town Green Inn
300g Angus Sirloin with seasonal vegies ($34). A generous steak, perfectly cooked and seasoned.
Bittersweet Cafe Patisserie and Town Green Inn
The "Break-wall" Pizza ($22) on the all day pizza menu. This was AWESOME! So many favourite foods on the one pizza. Chunks of steak, sweet potato, prawns and I added ham, all smothered in melty cheese.
Bittersweet Cafe Patisserie and Town Green Inn
Ok, so it isn't traditional, and purists would not call it a pizza, but it was soo good and I have serious cravings to go back ASAP. I need to find an excuse to get to Port this weekend...
Our other review here.

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