Birdman Eating by Katherine
Although 36 other bloggers have blogged on about the place, the place itself wasn’t busy at 10am when I arrived.
They do brunch all day until 5pm and then they close. They’re not opened for dinner unless there is a privat function.
The guy that served me seemed a little surly and grumpy. Perhaps not enough asleep? But the ladies that worked there were friendly.
There are bathrooms out the back behind a door.
They have outdoor and indoor seating and lovely looking decorations. They also have magazines for people to read.
I had the double espresso ($3.50) which looked really small when it came. It looked like a short black, but when I tasted it, it was strong. It tasted winey and like berries.
I had the special of chilli salt eggs with creamed corn and on sourdough ($12.50). When it came to the table it was really small. The corn was from one of the Edgells cans. The sourdough, although nice was a little measly. Luckily I had a proper breakfast at home before I came. Without the pepper the corn would be bland.
But the chilli salt on the egg gave it that kick. I loved the fresh rocket.
Seeing as the food was a little bit pricey for small amounts I probably would only just visit for coffee and maybe sweets. They did a stellar coffee and the sweets on the counter looked really good. Shame about the guy though.