The interior is a converted warehouse space with high ceilings. The welcome and service seemed genuinely friendly and efficient. The menu shows thought has gone into combinations. Flat bread (basically pizza) with maple sausage meat, potato, egg and caramelised onion was well balanced, well cooked and just plain tasty - much better than it reads or looks. Farm beans were slow cooked in an iron dish with various goodies, marinated spring cabbage and cheese cornbread. For dessert steamed chocolate brownie was actually coulant textured but tasty.
A gripe is that crab was the only seafood option for brunch and the desserts lacked any dishes that held back on sugar eg. an offering based on fruit. While this may be typical, their efforts to source ingredients generated expectations. For drink I ordered a glass of cider and the cocktail glass portion for $10 is a rip off - I did query that the portion was correct. Unfortunate as there are some interesting wines and beers listed at fair prices. At least I'll know next time.
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