We enjoyed a tasty brunch at this neat eat spot in the inner west suburb of Petersham.
Grab a table out front on a sunny day – we did so could play with the ridiculously cute French bulldog at the neighbouring table – but inside is just as nice. It’s a light-filled space with big windows, perfect for perching and watching the world go by.
A great little local, the staff are friendly, the mood relaxed and the food is flavoursome and fresh. Plus the menu is seasonally focused, and brings together some surprising but winning combos.
The hack? A brief but well put together menu that is reasonably priced. A leafy hood, where you don’t have to wait in a queue out front (at least at time of writing!) for a good weekend brunch.
Brighton The Corner, 49 Palace Street, Petersham.