Hot, savoury noodle combinations await you at the Cattle Cafe.
The story starts with a sore throat. You know the kind: like swallowing razor blades unless it’s some hot soothing liquid that calls mum’s chicken noodle soup to mind. It wasn’t that I suffering through the tortuous ordeal, but a good friend of mine. Having just undergone a week of being ill while traveling, however, I could commiserate. In order to soothe her achy throat, we decided to try out a suggestion from another friend of hers which involved warm savoury soups.
Her instructions directed us to a brightly lit small café with a line up coming out the front door. Cattle Café indeed! Nevertheless, turnover was speedy and after a very short wait, we were seated in a cozy corner perusing their meal line up. The menu at Cattle Café is large, random, and a little surprising. Case in point: the menu lists “Ice cream on cattle french toast” just under ‘Two kinds of meat balls with vermicelli in soup.” And if you are squeamish about internal organs or exotic meat, you might want to have a friend screen it for you.