Exposed brick walls decorated with old create boxes and industrial lighting is just the beginning of your experience at Lux Foundry. The pleasant feel of an organic inspired interior always makes for a pleasant experience and well suited for the Brunswick scene.
Local brew of Proud Mary never goes astray with the knowledge that the coffee will be respected and deliver on a full-bodied blend. It is always a great to support your local businesses and with me being a fan of Proud Mary, I fell it can only deliver just as much on the food.
With warm welcomes from multiple staff the relaxed atmosphere is heightened knowing you will be looked after well. Both diners and staff all seem to be smiling and watching the floor as I often do I couldn’t feel the stress of what you would usually see on a busy Saturday morning. All tables inside and out are full, but yet the staff are relaxed and so to are the diners.
So what to eat…..? The menu speaks to you in fresh and delicious flavour combinations but yet not over loading in overpowering produce that would leave to an undesired meal.
This morning we abolished some rather tasty breakfast of the Smoked Salmon and the Breakfast Quesadilla.
The Smoked Salmon breakfast served with cauliflower fritters served on top of a horseradish crème fraiche, capers and lemon. Your choice to add the poached egg of which I highly recommend, it is done perfectly and oozes nothing but yolky goodness over the fritters.
If you would like to add a hint of spice to the dish I can also recommend the most amazing well-balanced accompaniment of the caramel chilli. Oh my such a glorious thing, if the heavens were opened they would be singing sweet choir songs of happiness.
The Breakfast Quesadilla is filled with subtle spiced refried beans, cheese, cactus, and tomatillo salsa verde, chilli and coriander. A pleasant meal but would have liked more of a morning kick of spice in there. To ours we added some chorizo and a side of green chilli relish, which assisted in the kick we were after.
With the ordinary choices of the usual Big Breakfast to the more unique of the Smoked Salmon or the quesadilla I don’t know why you wouldn’t want to venture and explore the horizons of flavour combinations at breakfast and go for something you wouldn’t cook yourself at home.
With service being on a high and meals that are respected and look amazing it is a place you wouldn’t want to miss for much longer.
21 Hope Street