Between colourfully painted walls, plant boxes and the aromas of freshly brewed coffee, a new breakfast spot has recently opened, and we just couldn’t resist.
Brunch Street, a sister-restaurant (and next-door neighbour) of Culture Club de Tapas at The Village in Hazelwood, has brought with it some fresh breakfast and brunch options. Guests can also choose from a variety of items in their deli with choices like sautéed brinjal, Channa chickpeas, farm style biltong spread and balsamic beetroot. Their general menu includes all day breakfast options like The Fry Pan, the Mediterranean and a Classic Frittata. Their deli sandwiches are apparently also quite popular, boasting options like The Spaniard – chargrilled chorizo, wild rocket, Pico de Gallo salsa, sweet chili aioli and red chimichurri – or the Old East Cheese Steak consisting of French dipped pulled beef, sautéed white onions and melted cheddar cheese on a long roll. They also have delicious smoothie bowls and oat bowls and for the sweet tooth, their French toast and flapjacks are a must-try.
Up the stairs there is a lovely breakfast room with both indoor and outdoor seating – indoors being a cosy option for early winter mornings with the sun gleefully shining through the large windows, spoiling guests with its beautiful light. The décor is simple, yet elegant with wooden floors complimented by red brick walls and leather chairs. Splotches of blue and turquoise bring some colour to the mix, with a couple of couches to retreat to with a cup of coffee and one of the books lying around.
A lovely spot for a brunch date, we’d say.