I'm currently loving the fact that it's spring and the days are getting longer and warmer. This means copious amounts of sunshine, and opportunities for leisurely brunches.
On one particular Saturday, it's off to Bondi favourite, Harry's Bondi. The brunch here is all about fresh, local and organic ingredients.
I was sold by the description on the menu: 'Looks like whiskey, feels like tea, made from coffee''
It was quite a light coffee, which did remind me a bit of whiskey. A nice alternative to have to a hot coffee on a warmer day.
I forget the exact name of this iced coffee (Bondi-something) This was absolutely delicious; so smooth and creamy with the use of house-made almond milk.
Peach and heirloom tomato salad
Packed full of beautiful sweet peaches, this was a pretty damn good salad. We also ordered it with the optional crispy rolled egg, which is like a scotch egg; it was cooked to perfection, with oozing yolk innards.
Quinoa and feta fritters
A lovely and fresh dish with a middle eastern vibe. Quinoa and feta fritters were a tad dry by themselves, but were perfection when eaten with the creamy avocado and labna. The salad also consists of juicy cherry tomatoes, fattoush and hazelnut dukka.
Definitely onto a winner here; will return in the coming months as I have my eye on the ricotta hotcakes! It's also a brilliant location to have a play with all the gorgeous puppies outside that stop by with their owners for brunch.