It’s a popular choice for casual client meetings from the nearby Google and Fairfax offices. Our third visit, this time at 7am in the morning on a Sunday and consistently full of people from the time it opens.
Easy options and crowd pleasers season after season during our team’s repeated visits, are executed with colour bursts and freshness. Social Brew was a welcome break from the 4km hike through the city on a recent visit to the Manifest Australia health symposium, it was also a great opportunity to explore Darling Harbour and the Fish Markets taking a bit of scenic walk to Harris Street.
Hot smoked trout, crispy kale on sweet potato sourdough. Binding it all together was the lemon and sumac hollandaise…. The ultimate Eggs Benedict!
When it comes to fish, trout is one of my favorites as its meant to be one of the low mercury varieties and a distant relative of the salmon, packed with protein, omega 3, its nutrient dense with a complex of B6, B12, vitamin D among many others that keep our nerves and blood cells health, improve our mood and set us up with heaps of energy for the day.
If something more plant based is more your kind of breakfast, there are heaps of great benefits to oats whether you have them cooked or like these ones overnight soaked and unprocessed. Keeping us fuller longer, packed with antioxidants and other minerals – Social Brew serves them with dried fruit, nuts, poached peaches and strawberries, but the wow factor comes in to this dish with their housemade rhubarb jam and coconut yoghurt! Epic!
It gets alot of sunshine and the park that edges part of the outdoor area adds to the ambience for casual catchups.
Cover Image: Social Brew Cafe, Pyrmont