For our usual birthday lunch catch up, my girlfriend suggested that we go to the North Point Café located in Brighton. The restaurant is located at the end of North Road. You can see the water but there is a park and children’s playground directly in front of the restaurant so the water view is not uninterrupted.
I found the food to be very good as was the service. I think most people who come to this restaurant are locals, who pop in for a quick lunch/coffee/cake. Many seem to come from the Foreshore Reserve walking trail.
There was a good choice of food on the menu. I had the soup of the day, which was a very large serve and my girlfriend had the vegetable tart which came with salad. We also had champagne, cake (lemon tart and almond tart) and a coffee each. The bill came to a total of $60 which I thought was reasonable. I find eating around the Bayside area is expensive at any time. Even take-away fish and chips from this area is expensive, so I felt the $60 was ok. We stayed at the restaurant for about 3 hours chatting.
Parking close to the restaurant is ticketed ($8.50 for 2 hours). If you are lucky, you may be able find a non-ticketed parking spot further away from the restaurant. However, I think that in summer finding a non-ticketed parking spot would be almost impossible!
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