Thursday, 7 August 2014

Dee's Kitchen

For afternoon tea, we thought we would try Dee’s Kitchen in Dromana. We were quite full after our fabulous lunch at Sorrento but decided to share a couple of cakes between the four of us.


If you are after some breakfast or lunch, Dee’s Kitchen has a Middle Eastern/Mediterranean inspired menu with dishes that include ‘Warming Shakshouka ($15.00)’ and ‘Old School Homous & Pita ($19.00)’. They also have a range of produce and wines displayed around the table for you to ogle whilst you sip your coffee.


We decided to order two Sticky Lemon Slices ($6.50 each) to share. $6.50 for a petite slice was pretty pricey, but at least it tasted nice. The lemon curd top was zingy and yummy. However, the base of the slice was quite hard to carve the fork through so we ended up eating them with our fingers. They didn’t bother giving us any serviettes which was a shame as they were very sticky indeed.

Sticky Lemon Slice
Our coffees ($3.80) were not as good as’s. They were a little on the bitter side. The addition of shaved chocolate on the cappuccinos rather than cocoa was a nice touch.  


The service was so-so. It was a little slow and a bit fake, if you know what I mean... I was a little underwhelmed with Dee’s Kitchen and doubt I will visit again. I think I will try The Alley café down the road next time as it looked much more inviting...

Address: 19 Pier Street, Dromana, VIC

Phone: 03 5981 4666


Trading Hours:
Daily: 8.00am – 5.00pm
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