after walking the stretch of restaurants and bistro, we decided to try out this place called Bronte!
Bronte at Greenwood Avenue
We went there at 1-ish on a saturday early afternoon and there was quite a crowd but we still managed to find some indoor seats... service was prompt and so was the food.
here's the Brunch menu which is available on their website:
Weekends & Public Holidays 9.30am – 2:30pm
Home made bircher muesli with green apples & fresh berries $11
Ricotta pancakes with fresh banana & maple syrup $16 - Joelle's!
Homemade corn fritters with avocado, tomato & rocket salad $16
Ham, tomato & cheese omelette served with garden salad $14
Scrambled eggs, smoked pork sausage, potato hash, roasted tomatoes & rye toast $17
Smoked salmon scrambled eggs, spinach, garlic portobello, home-baked beans & rye toast $17
Poached eggs, spinach & hollandaise on rye toast (w/ bacon or smoked salmon) $17
Bacon & egg roll with HP sauce & tasty cheese (w/ salad or fries) $12
Bronte Brekkie Plate: Eggs (fried, scrambled or poached), bacon, pork sausage, garlic portobello, potato hash, home-baked beans & rye toast $22 - Mine and Ash!
Aussie prime beef burger with tasy cheese, beetroot, tomato & cos lettuce $16 - Pengs!
Char-grilled sirloin steak sandwich with onion jam, vine tomato, cheese, rocket & aioli (w/ salad or fries) $19.50
Sides: streaky bacon, old English or smoked pork sausage, potato hash, fries or garlic portobello $5 each; eggs (fried, poached or scrambled), toast (rye, sourdough or wholemeal) $4 each
my brunch of the day - ala my Bronte Brekkie Plate which really overwhelmed me, even a pregnant mum like me couldn't finish the entire lot! In the end I cleaned up everything except the scrambled eggs.
Joelle had the Ricotto pancakes with bananas and maple syrup. The ricotto was embedded in the pancake so it was like a big omelette when it first came. The bananas on top, sliced in half and maple syrup was served on the side.