Finding a good brunch spot in the Sydney CBD on the weekend can be a bit of a struggle with cafes generally closing up shop. Bowery Lane has come to the rescue with all-day breakfast now available from 8am on Saturdays and Sundays. Continuing on a food philosophy that champions local and seasonal ingredients, the brunch menu at Bowery Lane delivers wholesome breakfast dishes.
For a hearty start to your day, tackle the Scouts Breakfast ($16) of poached eggs, mushrooms, roast potatoes, crispy prosciutto, goats cheese, and parmesan crumbs. Comforting and full of flavour, this is the dish for you if your palate gravitates towards rich, robust tastes.
The Hudson ($17) is a go-to dish for any corn enthusiast. Corn fritters are topped with poached eggs, pickled cucumber and complemented by spiced labneh, coriander & fried speck.
Coffee is by Single Origin, tea is by Tea Craft, and juices or smoothies freshly made to order. The Cleanser is a vibrant mix of pineapple, beetroot, carrot, ginger, and basil. My Tropic Thunder smoothie is a tangy blend of mango, passionfruit, mint, and coconut milk, jammed with fresh island flavours.
Stay tuned for a pending liquor license, ready to loosen up your weekend brunch date with cocktails and wine.
I dined at Bowery Lane as a guest of the restaurant. This article was originally published on the AU review.
1 O’Connell St, Sydney
Weekend brunch from 8am on Saturday and Sunday