Sisterhood, Somerton Park

Family Friendly Eats, West

Here it is, we’ve found it! The perfect cafe for a catch up with friends with or for when you might be on your own with your kids and just need a coffee and a breather. Sisterhood on Brighton Road at Somerton Park is a delightful spot adjoining LuLu & Lo Boutique – so you really can get your coffee fix and retail therapy all in one place!

So much thought has gone into the design and aesthetics of Sisterhood. If you like an Instagrammable cafe, this is it! Everything from the tiles, to the coffee cups, and the stools have been carefully thought through and the result is stunning. Not that the kids care much about how the cafe looks – all they are going to care about is the play nook!

In the play area you’ll find wall mounted busy boards and a play kitchen- so not only can you enjoy a REAL coffee, your kids can also serve you up a pretend coffee while you’re there. Both will be made with love! We absolutely love cafes that have play areas for the kids – they just scream “families welcome here!” and that’s what we’re all about!

Onto the menu (the real menu, not the play cafe menu) – Sisterhood is serving up a range of hot and cold drinks, including cold pressed juice from Juice Institute. The food is light and tasty. Delicious bagels, croissants and baked treats are the highlight, good luck choosing! If you are having trouble, just chat to their friendly staff who will be happy to recommend their favourite to you.

Sisterhood has plenty of room for prams and for the kids to wander around, making it the perfect place for a Mum’s Group catch up or solo morning tea. If you’re in a rush, you can phone through a phone order on 0421 656 406.

SISTERHOOD
Shop 4/255 Brighton Road, Somerton Park
Follow them on Instagram for opening hours and their bagel of the week!

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