A classy yet vibey spot to hang out with friends, the little ones or for a business lunch, Jarryds is also a great place for those who are particular about their coffee and bread.
From fruit smoothie bowls to toasties, omelettes and sliders, you’ll find the menu options to be healthy and nourishing. The food is prepared with copious amounts of care and consciousness – for instance, their artisan bread is made using unbleached local stone-ground flour.
Since breakfast is served all day, you won’t go wrong with the Jarryds Breakfast Bruschetta, a tasty stack of streaky bacon, avocado, tomato and Spanish onion salsa. The basil pesto, poached eggs and drizzle of balsamic reduction bring the flavours together with a zing. You can choose the bread served with this, with sourdough, 70% rye, country, five-grain and LCHF bread being among the options.
In addition to serving the lip-smackingly tasty artisanal banana bread freshly prepared by sister establishment Bentleys Bread Co, milkshake-lovers are in for some tasty options for dessert. Try the strawberry milkshake made with fresh berries, strawberry ice cream, milk, strawberry coulis and crushed biscuits. On a hot summer day, a double-shot espresso iced coffee made with vanilla ice cream and milk is just the thing.
Their coffee blend has been co-roasted especially for Jarryds and makes for a beautiful, guilt-free cappuccino, as it’s also Fair Trade. Made with milk sourced from a local farmer to ensure that they deliver the best, most consistent flavours, the speciality drinks are remarkable. Yummy powershots, smoothies and milkshakes are also on offer as well as a small, yet considered, selection of wines, beers and spirits.
Superb and efficient. All hands are on deck here.
This is a relaxed, tastefully decorated space that feels modern. It’s cosy in winter, when heaters are available for patrons who require a more toasty environment.
Sustainability. This establishment uses biodegradable packaging and recycle their sparkling and still water bottles.
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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.