Sunday morning, out for a sweet breakfast with our kiddos is always something we love doing, and this road trip to Rye is definitely not going to be left out.
Just a few minutes drive or max 15 minutes walk away from our cabin at the Kanasta Caravan Park, close to the bay, there is a little French café called Sacrebleu. It sounds French and for sure it offers something quite French too; their specialty is crepes. Well, when this kind of street food all the way from France suddenly becomes something you can sit down and enjoy plateful, it becomes hard to resist 🙂
Sacrebleu | Setup
First impression, Sacreblue in Rye is not big but still has quite a comfortable setup with plenty of sittings inside and outside. However, they don’t have any baby chairs and it can be pretty tricky to fit in your pram when it is busy. Luckily for us, our girls had their early breakfast already, so this was just morning tea snack time for them.
Unfortunately, if you are planning to go here for a family breakfast its probably not the best place as it’s quite small and without baby chairs and space for your pram, it can be a little tricky. So our advice is to better go to Sacrebleu for little quick bites after you have fed the kids beforehand.
When was the last time that you had the mood to check out the 1000 steps in mt Dandenong? And, plus, when was the last time you found out that you had to drive to a nearby town up in the hills to get a cuppa after your hike?