Thursday, May 28, 2015
Hyams Café, Jervis Bay
All right this one is the café at Hyams beach in Jervis Bay. On our way to Narooma, we had decided to go visit the white sand beaches of Jervis Bay. Unfortunately, for the second time I came over to Jervis Bay and it was raining. Extremely gloomy, cloudy there wasn’t we could do here. After travelling the 12 kms off the Princes highway, we took refuge at the Hyams Café. It seems to be the only café over there next to the beach. Airy and white interiors, it has a breakfast and lunch menu along with coffee. Also, seem to have basic supplies. There were options of fish and chips, burgers and all.
To keep it simple I ordered simply the lamb burger. It was a mediterranian lamb burger. It basically had the Turkish bread with a fat juicy lamb patty. Along with the patty there was egg plant, fried onions, red capsicum. A layer of harissa yogurt makes it a bit creamy. The burger comes with chips.
The burger was quite wholesome. The vegetables were chargrilled. The patty of the lamb mince was cooked, juicy on the interiors and seemed to have some herbs mixed in the mince. While the burger was descent, I just felt and wished there was a bit more salt in the patty. Somehow, while the lamb was fresh, minced and juicy, it lacked the lamb flavor for some odd reason.
76 Cyrus St, Hyams Beach NSW 2540
(02) 4443 3874