It was barely past 9 on a Saturday morning, so there was plenty of parking and plenty of seats. Indeed, it was a great start to a lovely breakfast!
Chilly as it was that morning, we still opted for a juice. The one we ordered was called 'immunity', which was a mixture of apple, celery, ginger and lime. It was a little spicy but very refreshing!
I ordered the drowned mushrooms, half expecting them to be swimming in lots of dressing, but was delighted when they arrived lightly coated with a creamy sauce. They were accompanied by strips of bacon, poached egg, sourdough toast, kale and parmesan crisps. It was the first time I had a relatively unadorned version of kale but I loved it! (I always assumed it would be yucky because of its reputation of being a super healthy food.) I thought that the crisps were a nice touch too, they added some texture and was a unique way of serving up parmesan.
Hubby had the corn fritters with wilted spinach, house cured salmon, avocado, poached egg and beetroot crème fraîche. I think he was quite excited about having a pink dressing. Corn fritters aren't really my thing so I can't vouch for that, but the salmon was delicious. I was limiting myself to one bite but I might have taken two. (Or three.) I thought it was very impressive seeing as it was house cured.
A lovely breakfast with lovely service set us up for a great day ahead. We will be keeping this place in mind for whenever we're near the airport!