Ambience★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Service★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Food★ ★ ★ ★ ★
The menu offers a sense of simplicity, with the sourcing of the best local and seasonal produce available. The menu caters to all. If you’re looking for a light meal, something more substantial, or even a healthy option, Jarryd’s has you covered. It’s a great place with amazing breakfast options, like The Basics – which includes coconut granola – or the blackberry smoothie bowl. The Basic to Basic – comprising of a smoked salmon rosti stack – or the Expresso Brisket roll are musts. If you are a picky eater and prefer being in control of what you put in your body, creating your own omelet may be an option for you.
If dessert for breakfast is your kind of thing, try the thick-cut French toast, which is served with white chocolate, cornflake crunch, lemon puree, winter berries and butterscotch. Or, better yet, have the banana bread waffles. It’s topped with brûléed banana, butterscotch, aerated banana crumb and an oh-so-heavenly peanut brittle ice cream. Yum!
They have a clever combination of flavours and a variety of fresh juices available. You could also opt for something from the selection of Power Shots to give you the boost you need in the morning. Highly recommended is the Magic coffee drink. Please be sure to ask your waiter all about this one. A small wine list and spirits are on offer and, if you like to start your day with a shot of Don Julio, Jarryd’s got you sorted.
This is a well-oiled machine. The wait staff has extensive knowledge of the menu. The super friendly charming team makes you feel relaxed and at ease from the minute you step in the door.
It’s a very trendy and vibey spot with modern décor lines, light and spaces utilized to make you feel comfortable. Relaxing and family-friendly.
You’re sure to spot Jarryd walking around for a quick catch-up…
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This place pumps on Saturday and Sunday mornings, but they're also open for dinner, and we finally decided to pay them a visit on Saturday night. It was slightly quieter (a good thing - it can get loud in the mornings when full) but the draped lightbulbs and hip decor ensured there was still some ambience. We had three tapas dishes: the bao - buns themselves a little chewy, but good pork belly; the beef shortrib tacos (could use a bit more flavour contrast - so many ingredient but flavour still somehow lacking) and the steak tartare. The tartare was the real winner - genuinely delicious, sweet, mustardy and cleverly served with house made potato chips. (Great for glutards like me!) We actually also ordered another dish, but the kitchen forgot, which we were grateful for, because the portions are quite large for tapas.