Meeting my pal Darryl for brunch at Mr Mo, he tells me that there’s a whole new set of waiters, so he’s not sure if it’s under new management. The menu is the same, and the vibe is too: a nice, friendly cafe serving decent coffee and tasty breakfasts with smiling waiters.
I’ve been here on and off for years. It’s fine, not fancy, no bells and whistles or attempts to be particularly hipster or contemporary (unlike many a place in Surry Hills), but I find the food just fine. In fact, my pesto, hashbrowns, a poached egg and bacon on toast was a really great combination of crispness.
It’s got a nice, neighbourhood feel, and come to think of it, the service lately has been particularly welcoming, upbeat and friendly, and that’s got to count for something.