Diane de Beer
Breakfast features options like ‘crafty omelettes’ and a Pommy Brunch, with eggs, bacon, saucy mushrooms, baked beans, grilled cherry tomatoes and toast.
The exotic names on the list of hamburgers include The Mighty Warlock, No-Bro and Pineapple Express, with ingredients such as panko-crumbed chicken breast and Pringle chips. A recent addition to the menu are halloumi oyster mushroom fries – pulled mushrooms on a bed of halloumi, fresh guacamole and a tomato salsa. The oil content is sometimes overwhelming.
In keeping with the general style, desserts include a classic waffle served with chocolate ice cream and chocolate-pistachio truffles, and the Rock & Road ice cream coffee, consisting of strong frozen coffee served with a roasted macadamia and honey-coated chocolate wafer.
With an ever-expanding repertoire, beer is king in this joint. Alternatively, choose from the adventurous wine list, do fun beer and gin tastings, or check out the selection of Venezuelan and Philippine rums.
Service is sweet, with lots of individual attention and information given when needed.
The beerhall vibe – in the best sense of the word – varies according to the time of day and week. The outside area is inviting when the weather’s good, which is often.
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