Sunday, 1 November 2015

Dear Sir,

A delicate palate of stone, timber and white decor leaves for an enticing relaxed environment with it's open seating space which is bustling with Sunday morning punters.

Welcome to Sir Charles.

With a warm welcome from staff as we enter the doors we are sat and coffee ordered instantly with only moments before they are delivered.

Now coffee being delivered so fast makes me think 2 things.... the baristas are controlled and understand the deliverance of perfect coffee at a rapid pace or that these guys realise the need of getting coffee orders out fast before their Sunday morning customers get into a rage because of the lack of caffeine.

Either way I am not complaining. And to tell you the truth, I am going to say it's the first. The coffee was delicious and had a perfect balance to the blend.

What drew me to Sir Charles was the delicious menu they have on offer. It reads only mouth watering dishes that use perfect flavour combinations that would make anyone happy.

For instance this Miss Piggy dish best describes an adventure of Pork. Crispy skin milk braised pork belly served with orange and sweet potato puree, herbed Kohlrabi salad, sweet potato crisps and finished with a horseradish dressing.

Now as much as you want to lick the screen to taste this sensation, it would probably be best if you didn't. It wouldn't help you.

Luscious puree melted into the delicate sweet port belly and with a salty crackling made for a purely amazing dish, one you lick the plate for.

The other meal that was insanely impressive was the Salmon Benedict. Now you may have just read that and said really? Benedict, they are all the same, well let me tell you something...... they aren't. wWell not here anyway.

The Salmon Benedict is a creations of Panko crumbed eggs, sriarcha mayonnaise, fresh chilli and bacon served on roti bread.

This light and delicious breakfast was something that made me filled with happiness. Eggs that are soft and oozing with golden yolk as you cut through.

The lack of the standard english muffin and replaced with a crisp roti bread made a lighter choice and allowed for flavours to burst out rather than be hidden by bread.

For the sweet tooths check out the salted caramel hot chocolate, it is scrumptious. The other to check out which I will be returning for is the Peanut butter and Jelly, coconut and peanut butter porridge served with maple cream, strawberry jell and praline only screams AMAZING!

There no hesitation that I will be back an eating my way through these dishes exploring the destiny of the perfect menu and gorgeous presentation the Sir Charles delivers.

It is with this that now my mouth is watering in the anticipation of going again, where I will finish before my mind explodes of temptation.

See you soon Sir Charles and to the readers, maybe I will see you there too.

Sir Charles
121 Johnston Street
6122 0332

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