Unusually there was no queue and we were able to take up two spaces at the communal table. I loved the light and bright dining area, the booth seating down one wall and the general buzz of the place.
Steve went with the full breakfast option with bacon, sausage patties, eggs, spinach, tomatoes, avocado, mushrooms and halloumi. It was a giant plateful and it was really good.
I had the corn fritters, smoked salmon, snow pea tendrils, avocado and a poached egg. It was pleasant enough but I think to elevate it to the sublime it needed more smoked salmon and the corn fritters needed to be a little crispier ad more packed with corn.
We enjoyed the ambience of the place. I would thoroughly recommend Steve's dish so if it's a full traditional breakfast you want this is the place. If you're wanting alternate breakfast options then I think Top Paddock does those alternatives better.