This review is from a meal we had at Mamita’s Coffee House, on Bank Street, Kilmarnock on Sunday 6th November 2021. Enjoy!
Cheddar, Mozzarella and Sun-dried Tomato Toastie (with a Side of Chicken & Rice Soup)
Tom: Always a fan of Sun-dried tomatoes I knew I was getting it as soon as I saw it on the menu, it adds a tartness and depth of flavour that compliments the two types of cheese which give us a creaminess and savoury taste. It camer on brown bread, which is my personal favourite, and it was seeded as well giving the whole thing a lovely texture on top of being very rich on its own. So my mum is a great cook, pretty much anything she turns her hand to is delicious but one of my favourite things my mum makes are her soups. Her lentil soup is my favourite but right next to it, on my top tier soup list is her chicken and rice, and Mamita’s soup is almost as good as hers, which is a huge compliment. It is very nice, a subtle and warming dish, with plenty of chickeny goodness.
Banana and Cinnamon Bagel (with Fruit)
Tori: It was nice, very tasty. The banana was fresh and blended well with the nice sprinkling of cinnamon to create something that was sweet without being overly cloying. The additional fruit was very good, a solid mix that really livened up the whole dish.
Tom: This latte was very smooth and creamy, not quite as robust in terms of the coffee flavour as some I’ve tried recently but it was very tasty and was a nice little pick me up after coming in out of the rain.
So we were served quickly upon entering, with the layout of the cafe making it easy to get the attention of the staff. The cafe itself having a comfy vibe to it that made out first time visiting it feel very relaxed. The staff were polite and courteous and didn’t seem to mind me getting up to take photos which is always appreciated.
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