Before my trip to New York, I caught up for brunch with Miss LV and Miss Toronto. We met up on a Sunday morning at around 11am and waited about 10 minutes for our table. The queues did not subside until about 12.30-1pm, so it’s probably best to go a little bit earlier than 11 or later 1pm to beat the rush.
Eggs Baffi $13.00
If I have already planned to go to a restaurant, I normally like to browse around and see what other people have said about the particular place. I noticed a lot of people raving about the eggs baffi dish on the menu, so I had to try it! The eggs baffi consists of poached eggs with roasted mushrooms, feta, spinach and holladaise sauce. I loved this but I do have an extreme bias towards poached eggs! The star of the dish was definitely the tangy hollandaise sauce that combined everything together perfectly.
Potato Stack Hash $14.00
The potato stack hash was thin slices of potato (similar to a potato rosti) fried til golden crunchy – I love that brunch on the weekend is the perfect excuse to indulge a little bit ! The potato stack hash comes with double smoked ham, avocado, fresh tomato and lemon dressed rocket, topped with a poached egg. I loved this dish too and it was hard to pick between the two savouries, so I’d say go with more people and share (sharing is caring y’all!)
Ricotta Hotcakes $16.00
Yep, when ricotta hotcakes are on the menu, you’re pretty much garunteed that we’re going to be ordering them! Soft and fluffy hotckes with a generous portion of fresh strawberries, ricotta cheese, passionfruit and lemon curd. A sweet ending to a lovely brunch.
Simple and delicious brunch fare in a relaxed atmosphere. The portion sizes were generous and I thought it was good value for money. The service was a little bit slow in the beginning because they were so packed, but it’s definitely worth the wait.Baffi and Mo 94 Redfern St, Redfern NSW 2016 Tel: (02) 8065 3294 Open 7 days 7am – 3pm