Little Brew was on my wish list ever since I have driven past it a couple of times and knowing it is the sister branch of Brew, I want to give it a try. Miss JaW came back to Brisbane for a short holiday after she decided to return to Perth end of last year. Together with Lainey and her husband, we visited Little Brew for brunch.
It was cold and windy that day but Little Brew provided some soft blanket to those who sat outdoors. What a nice touch!
Their menu is quite short and simple. I was tossing between the rosti and the corn fritters, but I finally went ahead with the latter. Drinks came by shortly after ordering.
I decided to try their brewed chai tea and I was quite disappointed. There was no honey served and the flavour was quite diluted. The others had coffee and JaW commented that her's was burnt.
It took very long before our meals arrived. Maybe 30-45 minutes? Were the meals worth the wait?
|Smoked salmon, sweet potato rosti - $18.50|
with horseradsih cream, baby beetroot, rocket, sesame and poached egg
|Ultimate bacon and egg sandwich - $14.50|
with bulldog sauce and fried egg
|Mexican corn fritters - $17.50|
with goats cheese, poached egg, rocket and grilled chorizo
JaW and Lainey both had the sweet potato rosti while the man had the bacon and egg sandwich. I tried some of the rosti and they were all right. Quite crunchy and sweet. The corn fritters are more pancake-like instead of the cripsy type of fritters. The flavours were not too bad and I do wish for some kind of relish to accompany it.
Hmm...Worth the wait? Probably not. We left Little Brew quite disappointed and went to the French Festival for more coffee...