Saturday, 14 February 2015

Yellow - Potts Point, Sydney

Brunch at Yellow in Potts Point is a last minute decision, after walking past during a city stroll. 

Yellow is a modern bistro, sister restaurant to Monopole and Bentley Restaurant and Bar. It's all about contemporary food served in a relaxed and informal setting.  We nab one of the few seats outside and enjoy the sunshine.

Brunch menu


A coffee to start the day, and also to have whilst we peruse over the menu options. 

Bellini & Eric Bourdelet french cider

Any excuse for breakfast bubbles will do! The bellini is fruity and goes down a treat; the cider tastes more like beer to me. 

Heirloom carrots, cavalo nero and buttermilk

Charred baby corn, tarragon and zucchini 

We opt for something light for brunch and end up choosing the two vegetarian small dishes. Both dishes are impressive looking and quite flavoursome. 

A nice little location for brunch and a wander to the Saturday Kings Cross markets afterward. I adore the flower stall there, $10 gets you two bunches of lovely seasonal flowers - can't beat that! 

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1 comment :

Cassie | Journey From Within said...

the coffee looks really good..
seems like a nice place to enjoy brunch :)