The cafe, which is set to open in Sydney’s CBD next month, will offer a range of hot wings from a small selection of local restaurants, along with hot dishes from some of Sydney’s best restaurants.
“Cafe Hollander has grown from a dream to a reality in the last 12 months,” cafe owner Yumi Yumakawa said.
“We’re looking forward to the opening of our first cafe in Sydney next month.”
This cafe will serve a wide variety of hot dishes and we hope that you will find it a relaxing and inviting place to enjoy a warm breakfast or lunch.
“Cafe Yumashawa is set for its first Sydney cafe in February.
It will also offer a variety of local hot dishes like hot wings, mahi mahi, kobe beef, prawns and crab cakes.
Mr Yumarawa said the cafe would not only serve hot wings and other dishes but also hot mahi fish, and chicken wings, chicken buns and burgers.”
Hot wings have a really unique flavour and aroma, so it’s really important for us to have a variety,” he said.
Cafe’s website states that it has been serving hot wings since 1996, and has become a popular favourite with Sydney’s young families.”
The first cafe opened in 1996, but we’ve been open for almost three years,” Mr Yumaka said.
The cafe’s website lists a number of local cafes, and Mr Yomakawa and his family have been able to expand their business with their existing cafe in Kogarah.”
With the cafe coming to town, we’re very excited to offer a new menu that will be a little different,” he added.
Cafes in the CBD have been a hot spot for restaurants to expand and expand and now more cafes are expected to be opening in Sydney.
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