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Breezeblock is the ideal place for a relaxed brunch, with an all-day breakfast menu that includes a beans-and-bangers dish of grilled, herby free-range pork sausage on a bed of South Indian-style curried beans served with your choice of bread. The generous portion of eggs mirza is another favourite – a bowl of baked delight featuring perfectly smoked brinjal seasoned with mint, turmeric and tomato.
For those with a sweeter tooth, pancakes are a delight, or sample the creamy oatmeal options jazzed up with spicy cinnamon apple, berries and chocolate or caramelised nuts and dried apricots.
The lunch menu offers fresh, crunchy salads to fulfil your seven-colour meal needs, and for those who fancy it, sweet butternut dumplings drizzled with butterscotch sauce are mouth-watering.
Nothing beats a mimosa made with freshly squeezed orange juice and a hit of ginger – the menu does say you can combine their juices as you like. Those who want a buzz with their brunch can choose from a small but acceptable list of popular local beers, MCCs, wines and spirits. Health junkies aren’t forgotten either – a vegan smoothie with a shot of espresso, banana, peanut butter and coconut milk provides a healthy energy boost.
Attentive, friendly staff are another drawcard for Breezeblock’s loyal repeat customers.
Seventies-style retro tiles and mid-century furniture, a stream of natural light and an immaculate indigenous garden combine to lend this well-spaced venue a warm and inviting feel.
Catching up with friends and family in a relaxed setting.
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