Another morning in Syndey, another glorious breakfast spot.
This spot was particularly beautiful. Ming had found it somehow (I’m guessing through Instagram), so after Ming and I went to Barre class, Mama and Papa Bridges picked us up and we drove towards the food. Well, we drove to parking next door, amongst the trees.
We actually discovered that it was half-way through our walk we do in the mornings, just a little further down the path we cross before continuing.
It’s just a minute or two walking through the trees to get to the clubhouse.
You might recognise this sweet little bike from Ming’s Instagram. No, she did not bike there.
The place was really pretty. It was surrounded by greenery, and they even had their own little shop.
We thought the front porch was the whole place for dining, but tables went all the way around the back.
And the view was BEAUTIFUL. These pictures don’t even do it justice.
Once I had finished running around (although I did peak into the shop a couple more times), I settled down to have a look at the menu.
Dad had an Orange Juice, which was SO good. As in it was so delicious that before we left, I got one in a takeaway cup to bring home with me. So, so good.
That was after the meal though. Before, I had my coffee with soy milk.
Ming had her standard green tea.
I was about to say that I liked the food but it was nothing special. However, looking through the photos, it’s clear the only reason I thought that was because I obviously ordered the most boring dish out of everyone. The rest of the gang though it was fantastic.
Mama Bridges had the gorgeous-looking Alaskan King Crab Benedict on Toasted Brioche.
Ming went for the Cedar Street Buffalo Milk Halloumi with Spiced Poached Egg, Cucumber, Mint and Flat Bread.
Mine, like I said, was the most boring of the lot. The Vegetarian Full Breakfast: Poached (or Scrambled) Eggs, Avocado, Roasted Truss Tomatoes and Field Mushrooms served with Sourdough Toast.
Let’s just say I’ve had much more interesting veggie full english brekkies, with lots more going on.
Dad had the most beautiful of the lot. It reminded me a little of breakfast in Copenhagen.
It was the Breakfast Board: House-Smoked Trout, Grilled Halloumi, Fresh Avocado and Soft-Boiled Egg served with Avoca Brown Bread.
The first thing we thought about was how much my Grandma would love this place. Actually, anyone. Great views, shopping and great food. What’s not to love? Apart from the veggie full english…