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A perfect pairing, sparkling wine and a summer picnic

A perfect pairing, sparkling wine and a summer picnic

A perfect pairing, sparkling wine and a summer picnic

A perfect pairing, sparkling wine and a summer picnic

A perfect pairing, sparkling wine and a summer picnic

A perfect pairing, sparkling wine and a summer picnic

A perfect pairing, sparkling wine and a summer picnic

A perfect pairing, sparkling wine and a summer picnic

A perfect pairing, sparkling wine and a summer picnic

A perfect pairing, sparkling wine and a summer picnic

A perfect pairing, sparkling wine and a summer picnic

Summer means long, hot nights spent with good friends, eating beautiful produce and indulging in a glass of sparkling wine…or two.

For me entertaining needs to be easy. I love simple recipes where the ingredients do the talking. I don’t want to spend all my time in the kitchen while everyone else is out having fun.

Last week I held a picnic to welcome the start of summer. We had it in our backyard with an old wooden pallet as a table. All of the dishes could be modified to easily host the same meal anyway you fancy – by the beach, your local park. All you need is access to a BBQ and an esky.

Our picnic centred around sparkling wine, specifically a bottle of Tasmanian Jansz*. I have always been a fan of Jansz, I still remember trying it for the first time three years ago when we first bought our house.

I have never tried to plan a meal to match a wine so I had to do a lot of research about what works well with sparkling wine especially the citrus notes of the Janz. My research suggested oily fish, salty food and ingredients with strong bodied flavours like truffle and duck.

Armed with this knowledge, some beautiful Tasmanian produce this was the menu for our first summer picnic, I highly recommend you try it yourself. It is a little bit decadent, while remaining simple, it lets the ingredients do the talking.

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  • I made Eton Mess for the first time and it was delicious and could be transported for a picnic very easily.  I used this recipe but you can really use any fruit that is in season.

I loved the challenge of designing a menu that matched a particular wine and look forward to putting more together over the months to come. Tell me what are your favourite picnic dishes?

Produce mentioned in this post with a * was gifted to me.

10 reasons to go to The Commons Street Feast

Commons Street Feast

The time has finally come, The Commons Street Feast is currently happening in Commonwealth Park until the 18th of December. I went Friday night and headed back again this afternoon, for you know, research purposes! This festival is honestly such a treat, the food of course is amazing but the atmosphere and space is also spot on. So if you are anything like me you don’t need a reason to check out a food festival but just in case my ten reasons you should go…

  1. There is plenty of seating! One thing I hate about some food festivals (cough the Multicultural Festival) is there is absolutely no where to sit and you have to try and juggle your food and drinks while somehow trying not to lose the people you went with. There are loads of picnic tables as well as space for your own picnic blanket.Commons Street Feast
  2. Mary’s Burgers. Enough said. If you haven’t had one before drop EVERYTHING and go immediately to Commonwealth Park and have two. I personally prefer the Mary’s Burger over the cheeseburger.
  3. Happy as Larry Margherita pizza, simple and delicious, sweet tomato base and the perfect cheese ratio.Commons Street Feast
  4. Lines and crowds (from my experience) are completely under control the longest we lined up was less then 5 minutes. There is a really relaxed atmosphere.
  5. BBQ’d meats there is absolutely no shortage of BBQ’d meats but I am hanging out for a bucket of ribs from The One.Commons Street Feast
  6. You can hire a butler! Even though the lines aren’t long if you want to completely treat yourself you can hire a butler for $50p/h who can order and deliver all your meals for you. They are also happy to pose for your Instagram photos which we all know is very important.
  7. They’re dog friendly! I am a crazy dog lady so the fact that the Commons is open to our four legged friends on Sunday the 18th, don’t even mention the costume competition, gets a big thumbs up from me.Commons Street Feast
  8. Pialligo Estate cheese and meat plates, oh em gee the blue cheese is out of this world and while you are there you muse well get a wine from the Rogue Wine Caravan.
  9. The homemade chocolate brownie and passionfruit slice from The Grace Caravan, yum yum if you are a cake fan.
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  10. Ok, ok it has to be Messina, my favourite flavour is the American Chow Down, drool peanut butter!

Tell me have you been to the Commons Street Feast yet? Let me know what your favourite food was in the comments below.

*I attended the media launch of the Commons Street Feast on Friday 9 December – all opinions are my own.

Three tried and tested Canberra truffle experiences

There is only one month left of the Canberra truffle season, so many truffles, so little time (and money). Don’t worry though I have done some of the “hard work” for you and tried and tested three very different but unique Canberra truffle experiences to make your choice a whole lot easier. Even better all three restaurants featured source their truffles from right here in Canberra from Jason at The Truffle Farm Canberra.

Three tried and tested canberra truffle experiences

Trevs @ Dickson


I have been a fan of Trev’s “Taste Collective” for a long time (you can read previous posts here and here) so a visit to try the truffle based spin on the popular breakfast menu was a no brainer. What is the Taste Collective exactly? It is basically a breakfast tasting plate, no need to choose between sweet and savoury as you get a little bit of each. The Truffle Collective is obviously supercharged with Canberra truffles!

The Truffle Collective includes a porcini brioche slider slathered with truffle butter, truffled spinach eggs benedict and to finish truffled honey french toast. You also get a freshly squeezed juice of the day to wash it all down. Every element of the Truffle Collective was delicious but a week later I am still thinking about the porcini brioche. Mushrooms with truffle and butter really is the perfect combination.

The best thing is that Trev’s Truffle Collective is a super affordable way to take part in the Canberra Truffle Festival – the Truffle Collective is a very reasonable $25 which I personally belivee is great value for everything you get.

The Truffle Collective is available for weekday breakfast and weekend brunch.

Three tried and tested canberra truffle experiencesHelix Bar & Dining, Vibe Hotel


Forget what you know about restaurants in airport hotels; Helix Bar and Dining is modern and sleek with warm and hospitable staff and most importantly good food. Helix Bar and Dining changes the truffle menu every two weeks throughout the Canberra truffle season to compliment locally available produce. When we visited the standout dish for me was the truffle and artichoke soup ($21) – the two ingredients complimented each other perfectly in the creamy soup served in a flakey, fresh cob loaf. It just shows that simple is sometimes best!

The truffle menu is available from 6pm daily.

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Buvette, Bistro and Wine Bar


Buvette is quickly becoming one of my favourite Canberra restaurants and the truffle dinner only went on to further cement my love affair. I love the fresh and modern fit out, the friendly staff but also that their is a really relaxed, fun atmosphere despite being a top notch restaurant. The standout dishes from the truffle menu were the Double baked comte soufflé & truffle ($30) and the Warm cremeux D’argental, truffle, sourdourgh ($20). Can you tell I like cheese and truffle?

I highly recommend going with a friend and sharing the four options if you want to taste a little bit of everything. You can even try a truffle Bloody Mary- while I am not the biggest fan of Bloody Marys I could appreciate the earthiness of the truffle with the traditional Bloody Mary flavours, still not quite converted though.

The truffle menu is available from 6.30 – 9.30pm every Tuesday to Saturday evening.

*I ate as a guest of these restaurants, all opinions and recommendations are my own. 

The Terrace Restaurant, All Saints Estate, Rutherglen

All Saints Estate, Rutherglen

Last weekend we packed our bags and headed to Beechworth in north eastern Victoria (about four hours from Canberra) for a weekend of wine and cheese. Visiting this area has been on my bucket list for ages so it was so nice to finally make the trip. We were staying in Beechworth but decided to make a detour through Rutherglen to visit All Saints Estate and eat at the one-hatted Terrace restaurant.

All Saints Estate, Rutherglen

When you arrive at All Saints Estate you are greeted by a beautiful long drive way lined with elm trees that are currently a striking yellow. I imagine they will soon be bare as we head into the middle of winter. We arrived at about 1.15pm but our booking wasn’t until 2pm. Luckily, there is lots to do at All Saints Estate including a dedicated cheese factory. We also decided to do a wine tasting before lunch so we could choose which wine to have with our meal. We were both fans of the All Saints Estate Prosecco and the Shiraz.

All Saints Estate, Rutherglen

The Terrace restaurant is literally located on the terrace to the cellar door. You can easily imagine how beautiful it would be in summer with the partitions up sitting in the open air looking over the vineyards. The menu at The Terrace is curated by Head Chef Simon Arkless and largely influenced by his European heritage. I had read other reviews online that said bookings were essential but the restaurant was very quiet when we were there. Considering it was a Friday in the middle of winter it is hardly surprising but I am glad we booked just in case. Our waitress was extremely warm and welcoming and let us choose where we would like to sit which is always nice for a blogger – lighting is king!

All Saints Estate, Rutherglen

We had the option of two courses for $60 (with matching wines $80) or three courses for $80 (matching wines $110). We decided to share an entree and dessert and have our own mains. We also decided against matching wines as one of us needed to drive so both ordered a glass of the shiraz. Apparently a lot of people choose to do this and we weren’t made to feel “cheap” at all which is nice when you are dining at a fancy restaurant.

All Saints Estate, Rutherglen

To start we were brought bread that had been baked at the restaurant that morning with smoked butter. So simple but so delicious. We were off to a good start. Our beetroot tarte tartin arrived next which was made of layered beetroot and flakey, buttery pastry accompanied perfectly with a goats cheese. We both really enjoyed this dish.

All Saints Estate, Rutherglen

For the main I had the lamb cooked three ways, one of which was crumbed lamb belly which I had never had before and thoroughly enjoyed. The lamb is from the All Saints Estate property in true paddock to plate style. The lamb was accompanied by a pureed pea sauce that I could have drank out of a cup. Alesha had the pork belly which was perfectly tender and the skin crispy. We both agreed however that the lamb was the clear winner. We were also given more of the fresh bread to mop up the sauces.

All Saints Estate, Rutherglen

We finished our meal with a rich hazelnut chocolate dessert with salted caramel. It really was the perfect end to a superb meal. Reading back over this review I sound like I am raving a little bit but I really cannot fault the whole experience we had at All Saints Estate and in particular the meal at The Terrace. We left very full and a bundle of wine, cheese and our own slab of smoked butter.

All Saints Estate, Rutherglen

I highly recommend heading to All Saints Estate if you are ever in Rutherglen…. it is also a pretty perfect halfway point if you are driving between Canberra and Melbourne, the perfect excuse for a break from driving!

A weekend roadtrip, Some Cafe, Collector

A weekend roadtrip, Some Cafe, Collector

Now that I work for myself on Thursdays I have a little more flexibility with my routine. This includes the ability to take the occasional midweek road trip with my best #ladyboss friend Zoe. Last week, despite the rain, we decided to drive out to Collector to try Some Cafe. Some Cafe only opened five months ago but has already been appearing all over social media. Some Cafe has been very clever and positioned itself as the perfect stop-off on the way between Canberra and Sydney. With no Sydney trips in the near future we took matters into our own hands and made a special trip.

A weekend roadtrip, Some Cafe, Collector

A weekend roadtrip, Some Cafe, Collector

Some cafe is open Thursday to Sunday which makes the most of the weekend traffic. The cafe is well signposted, you would struggle to miss it as you get to Collector, just off the Federal Highway, about 50kms out of Canberra. The Cafe is beautiful, light and bright and we were warmly welcomed by owner Oliver. A counter full of baked goods, is at the front of the cafe and a row of chairs and tables line the other wall. The small kitchen can be seen through a window next to the dining space. There is also a larger room out the back that would be beautiful for functions.

A weekend roadtrip, Some Cafe, Collector

A weekend roadtrip, Some Cafe, Collector

The menu is small so that it can change regularly to accomodate local produce that is in season. We shared a cheese,tomato and ham toastie on sourdough with a pickle on the side. For our sweet tooth we shared the waffles with strawberries and ice cream. The food was simple but delicious. You could tell that high quality ingredients had been used. For example the ham on our sandwich was thickly cut leg ham and the sourdough bread was thick, crispy and fresh. Also our waffles weren’t sickeningly sweet, just the right amount of maple syrup and ice cream was used. Our chai and coffee was also spot on (they have Bonsoy so get a double thumbs up from me). I didn’t take note of the individual prices of our meals but it was about $30 for two hot drinks and our meals, definitely country prices!

A weekend roadtrip, Some Cafe, Collector

We couldn’t leave without grabbing a brownie for the road, the cake cabinet was just too tempting! Some Cafe is a beautiful modern cafe with country charm in the small town of Collector that I will definitely be stopping back at next time we are travelling to Sydney… or just next time a midweek mini road trip is needed.

Buvette Bistro and Wine Bar’s Petite Feast, Barton

Buvette Bistro and Wine Bar's Petite Feast, Barton

A few weeks ago I was invited to try Buvette Bistro and Wine Bar’s ‘Petit Feast’. at The Petit Feast takes place on Saturday’s between 11.30am and 2.30pm. For $65p/p you receive two courses, a selection of savoury followed by sweet treats and a glass of rose.

Buvette is located under Hotel Realm in Barton. The fit out of Buvette is sleek, white and bright with tables on the outside lined up against the windows so you are looking out onto the street, ala Paris. I can definitely imagine spring days being spent out on that balcony with a glass of sparkling watching the afternoon pass by. Despite the sleekness of the fit out the atmosphere at Buvette is relaxed – there was a mix of diners including families with young children, couples and groups of friends eating.

Buvette Bistro and Wine Bar's Petite Feast, Barton

On arrival we were served a glass of Mount Majura Vineyard Rose. Despite not being a huge Rose drinker I have to admit this was the perfect wine to have over lunch, light and fruity. To start we were served two natural oysters – Brendan doesn’t like oysters so I was able to have them both to myself. They were fresh and salty, a perfect start. The oysters were followed by the arrival of our first course, the savoury board. The board included numerous pastries, including quiches, meat pies and finger sandwiches that are made on site at Buvette. There was also charcuterie, cheese and olives that came from a range of locations both national and international.  The serving was extremely generous and everything was fresh and presented beautifully. We are both savoury people and impressively nearly finished the whole plate.

Following our first course was the important decision of whether or not to have another drink? The bottomless mimosas ($15) were definitely tempting however we decided that a glass of sparkling would be the perfect accompaniment to our sweets course.

Buvette Bistro and Wine Bar's Petite Feast, Barton

Our sweets course included a selection of 8 mini desserts each. They were presented beautifully and it took me a few minutes to decide what to try first. The desserts included mini tartlets, profiteroles, friands, macaroons, tiramisu (my favourite) scones and chocolate tartlets.

The only thing I would change about the experience is that while the number of cakes is impressive and makes for beautiful photos, there is probably too much. I was saddened to look around and see all the wasted food people were leaving (I took our leftovers in a doggie bag). Instead maybe asking people what four (five?) cakes they would like to try would go some way to lessening the amount of waste and would still look beautiful and be very good value in my eyes.  Otherwise encouraging people to take away their leftovers would be another great way to minimise wastage.

‘Petit Feast’ at Buvette Bistro and Wine Bar was an indulgent afternoon that I cannot wait to spoil friends or family with in the future. The food was plentiful and of extremely high quality, I was extremely impressed with the service and the attention to detail.

*Brendan and I dined as guests of Buvette, opinions are my own.

‘Dine at Mine’, the perfect dinner party menu (with recipes)

Camp quality, dine at mine www.thegirlhassparke.com

Camp quality, dine at mine www.thegirlhassparke.com

I love any excuse for a dinner party so when my friend Alesha, who works for Camp Quality, suggested we participate in their annual fundraising event Dine at Mine it seemed like the perfect excuse to throw something together. Dine at Mine runs throughout August and September to raise funds for children living with cancer. The idea is that you host a dinner party in your home and your guests donate what they would usually spend on an evening out.

The problem with dinner parties is that you have to cook. I can’t cook. That is where we recruited Alesha’s partner Mat who is an excellent cook to be in charge of the food. I provided the space and they did all the cooking (yup I got the easy job. What I loved about the menu that  Mat created was that it could nearly all be prepared before the dinner meaning that Mat could join us for most of the time. It is also the perfect menu if cooking for people stresses you out – this way you have all day to prepare and can be relaxed when your guests arrive.

Not only was the menu designed so that most of the preparation could be done before the party but to also compliment the dinnerware we used. Mat and SamTomkins, industrial designer, have designed Woolfeware, the wooden trays in this post which can used as serving plates, bowls and chopping boards. Sam has also worked with Nellie Peoples, gold and silversmither, to design the silver bowls that can be used for canapés to assist you in drinking and eating at the same time.

To start we had a serving of celeriac soup with a peanut broth. The soup made use of hearty winter vegetables and had a slightly pungent, tangy flavour, easily devoured in a couple of sips.

Camp quality, dine at mine www.thegirlhassparke.com

Celeriac soup recipe www.thegirlhassparke.com

The soup was followed by mini burgers. Mat used profiteroles as the buns which was pure genius. The light texture meant that the burgers weren’t heavy and ensured that the fillings were the hero ingredients. A simple profiterole recipe can be found here.

We were treated to three different fillings, each one just as delicious as the next;
– Pickled beetroot, whipped goats cheese and mint
– Fried fish with cauliflower Mornay and zesty parmesan
– Pork belly with slow roasted kumara and pickled fennel

Camp quality, dine at mine www.thegirlhassparke.com

Camp quality, dine at mine www.thegirlhassparke.com

The brioche burgers were followed by the main course which was an assortment of tasty dishes that could easily be ate in a couple of mouthfuls negating the need to wash up mountains of plates and bowls. The meat dish, lamb kofta was complimented with a range of vegetable dishes including mamacita inspired corn (parmesan and chilli, yes please), honey sesame carrots with herb labnah, baked cauliflour and a potato and radish salad.

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Lamb kofta recipe www.thegirlhassparke.com

You might be thinking that we would be full by now but there is always a second stomach for sweets. For dessert Alesha treated us to a beautiful vanilla bean panna cotta with strawberries. The light and fluffy panna cotta and the refreshing strawberries was the perfect light dessert to cleanse the palette and end the evening.

Overall the night was a success. We left feeling full and content on good food, wine and company and also managed to raise a decent amount of money for Camp Quality. If you like to cook or love hosting dinner parties why not check out the Camp Quality website and get involved!

To see more of Mat’s recipes check out ‘A creative christmas dinner with help from the Canberra Farmers Markets’.

Note: The bowls are available from Fivefold Studio in Lonsdale Street traders and the Wolfeware trays are available on application.

Canberra breakfast project // Fox and Bow, Farrer

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Last weekend when my sister and best friend were visiting, the perfect opportunity presented itself to make the trip out to Farrer to finally try brunch at Fox and Bow. It was an absolutely freezing morning, one of those Canberra days where the fog doesn’t lift until lunchtime. We very foolishly thought that other people may have decided to stay in bed but lots of people had the same idea as us and we turned up to an absolutely packed cafe.

Despite a bustling cafe we were greeted by a very friendly waitress who gave us the option to sit outside or wait for a table inside, where it was toasty and warm. We were more than happy to wait and less than five minutes later we were taken to three bench seats. We ordered our drinks straight away as we were all in desperate need of caffeine and defrosting.

The five senses coffee beans had a strong body which is exactly what we needed on a cold morning before a day of bridesmaid dress shopping. My sister opted for a chai instead which happened to be Canberra based Real Chai tea, the brew is really strong and spicy, much better then some chai tea I have tried which is weak and lacking punch.

The all day brunch menu is packed with interesting and yummy sounding meals characterised by quirky names such as the ‘Plain Jane’ (eggs on toast) and ‘Toasty nuts’ (muesli), you can also choose to create your own breakky. I decided to give the ‘Hot, toasty nuts’ a go, despite the fact I have never been the biggest fan of porridge. Turns out that I had just never had good porridge. The porridge at Fox and Bow is warm and creamy, topped with grilled pineapple and fresh strawberries and pomegranate with chunky almonds and shredded coconut. Soooo yummy, I am a little bit of porridge addict now. My breakfast companions both chose to create their own breakfast. The bacon was thick and crispy and the eggs all had beautiful, runny yolks.

While the service at Fox and Bow is really friendly and efficient what struck me most was that the cafe has personality, it is up beat and cheeky, exactly how I like my mornings. Overall the combination of great service, lively atmosphere and good food, won me over and I will be happy to drive out to Farrer to visit again.

Fox and Bow
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CANBERRA BREAKFAST PROJECT| THE FRONT, LYNEHAM

The Front Gallery // www.thegirlhassparke.com

The Front Gallery // www.thegirlhassparke.com

The Front Gallery // www.thegirlhassparke.com

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The Front Gallery // www.thegirlhassparke.com

The Front Gallery // www.thegirlhassparke.com

A couple of months ago I ducked into The Front in Lyneham to grab a coffee before a hair appointment and noticed that everyone’s food looked AMAZING. I grizzled to myself that I didn’t have time to stay and eat but made a mental note to return to check out their brunch menu for the breakfast project.

I found out in the interim that The Front has gone and got themselves a French chef who appears to have done a once over on the menu and most importantly is baking all the pastries and bread on site. Despite this the cafe still has a relaxed, eclectic vibe. It is one of the few cafes where I feel as though you could sit there all day and only order a couple of coffees and they wouldn’t mind at all.

We arrive late on a Sunday morning, the place is pretty packed but we manage to knab a seat outside in the Autumn sun. The menu is short and sweet but packed with simple and fresh ingredients. Brendan can’t go past the megga egg and bacon roll and I chose to go with my usual order – avocado and poached eggs with some bacon on the side.

I need to take a moment to let you know the homemade bread is out.of.this.world.good. My piece was cut unevenly but that aded to the rustic feel of the meal. The crust was super crusty – sorry I can’t think of a better way to explain it and the middle was soft and fluffy. Next time I plan to just get the toast with assorted spreads which I would usually never even consider ordering (paying for toast is not my idea of eating out) but this bread is worth it.

My eggs were slightly overcooked and my bacon was extra crispy but all in all it is an enjoyable meal and you can tell that the ingredients are fresh and for $15 it is a bargain price for breakfast in Canberra. Brendan thoroughly enjoyed his Megga roll – his eggs were runny and once again the bread was the winning ingredient.

The Front is a great place to go for a low key brunch, where you can sit and relax and enjoy a slow morning.

The Front – Cafe and Gallery
1 Wattle Place, Lyneham
6249 8453
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Canberra breakfast project // Trevs at Dickson

Trev's Dickson www.thegirlhassparke.com

Trev's Dickson www.thegirlhassparke.com

Trev's Dickson www.thegirlhassparke.com

Trev's Dickson www.thegirlhassparke.com

Trev's Dickson www.thegirlhassparke.com

Trev's Dickson www.thegirlhassparke.com

Instagram is definitely to blame for my never ending “MUST eat here” list. For weeks I have been seeing the Taste Collective at ‘Trevs at Dickson’ pop up on my feed and I knew I had to get over there and try it for myself. The Taste Collective is basically a breakfast tasting plate that includes a corn fritter with bacon and avocado, pancakes (the flavour changes constantly), fruit salad and the juice of the day, all for $18, which in the Canberra breakfast world is a bargain.

We arrive right as Trevs is opening at 8.30am on Saturday as we need to be somewhere at 10am. There are already people sitting down as well as ordering take-away coffees. We are seated at the back of the restaurant next to the window and it is lovely to have the light streaming in throughout the café on what is a pretty chilly autumn day.

I order the Taste Collective (surprise, surprise) and Brendan orders what he orders everywhere, scrambled eggs  (I am trying to convince him to write an article on where to find perfect scrambled eggs in Canberra). Not long after our food arrives and I am excited, it looks great. My juice is a celery, apple, coconut water and kaffir lime. It is yummy and fresh, very sweet though and I think something else was needed to balance it out.

The corn fritter is perfect, crispy on the outside and fluffy and flavoursome on the inside. The accompanying bacon is crispy and the avocado balances the two other ingredients. The pancakes are fluffy and light and dressed with a blueberry reduction and cream – it satisfies my sweet tooth without being too overwhelming to finish which is usually the case when I order a whole plate of pancakes.

The fruit salad, with fresh watermelon cleanses the palette. I thought I would feel very full after this breakfast but the sizing proportions are spot on and I feel satisfied but not completely stuffed. The Taste Collective is a great option if you can’t decide between sweet and savoury but next time I will be getting a whole plate of those corn fritters because they were just delicious.

Brendan said his scrambled eggs were really good, I am pretty sure he had finished them before I had barely started my dish so that is a good sign. Trevs is a relaxed and friendly cafe for weekend brunch and somewhere we will definitely be heading back to in the future. Follow Trevs on instagram or Facebook.

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