I’m alway grateful for the friends I have met through social media and today was no exception. Who knew after a week of fashion at Sydney Carriageworks my mate Jennifer Chong from Tonight We Dream, wanted to take time out and asked if I would join her in a bloggers brunch.
Food did you say? I’m in!
Sometimes, you never know who you will meet at a bloggers brunch, but fair to say you will get to know someone and make new friends around the table. Brunches has become one of my favourite meal time, as I’m not an early riser for breakfast and not a late lunch eater.
We arrived at the Australian Technology Park and to be honest, I didn’t think there was much around here to eat and do. It’s pretty much warehouses, home to business offices and unique conference venues.
Charlotte’s Little Sister at the Australian Technology Park is the sixth venue opened after the original opening in Birchgrove. Marking its mark on within the Eveleigh business precinct with rotisserie meats, freshly made salads and coffee roasted Campos Coffee (well, I had their Chai Latte).
The cafe boasts brass panelling, raw timber exposure and italian mosaic floor tiles. Behind the menu, Exec Chef Rob Clarson and Jimmy Mathers have got this cafe right. Healthy breakfast options, to grab-an-go lunches to the long brunches (that would be us) and enjoy the delicious flavours and options available.
What was on the table?
Braised oxtail minestrone soup with parsley pesto
Orange & lemongrass cured New Zealand salmon with watercress and fennel salad
Raw cauliflower & broccoli salad with buttermilk and yogurt dressing
Green bean & lime salad with soy sauce and sesame
Free range house seasoned chicken and grain fed roast pork belly with crackling.
Roasted potato wedges with garlic, thyme and celery salt
What’s not to love about great service, fresh delicious produce on offer, features an all day breakfast menu, and a smorgasbord of mouth-watering rotisserie.
Wholesome cafe-style food