EatOut Magazine Top 500 Restaurants 2014 award review:
This tucked away neighbourhood gem has a chef with serious credentials, but they’ve chosen to offer a relaxed daytime eatery. Local is lekker: bread from the next door bakery, coffee from a roastery nearby and they’re looking to grow their own vegetables in future. Lunch options change regularly, but expect the likes of sandwiches with roasted garlic chicken, onion pickle, fresh tomato and herb and garlic mayo, served with a carrot and beet slaw.
Stand-out dishes: outstanding version of eggs Benedict on potato and rosemary bread with streaky bacon, lemon hollandaise and capers; and banana French toast with fresh banana, cashews and honey.