If your weekend plans include strolling riverside along South Bank, checking out GoMA with your besties or simply catching up on study at the State Library, the next question that usually pops to mind is, where are you going to get a healthy, delicious breakfast?
While there are a few brekky favourites in the South Bank precinct, what you may not have known is that 1920’s inspired, share-plate-by-night Next Door Kitchen & Bar have a brand new Spring weekend breakfast menu. We’ve tried it. And we know you’ll love it – they have a ‘Green Power Juice’…what’s not to love?!
Whether it’s post sweat session, pre-art appreciation or that boost of energy to kick-start the studies, there is a mix of options on the Next Door Kitchen & Bar breakfast menu that will curve any craving. If you prefer a sweet breakfast, you can’t go past the Toasted Granola with honey yogurt apples n pears. While it sounds like a beautiful breakfast, it also looks stunning (it includes edible flowers – pretty!), and tastes even better than it looks – so you’re definitely onto a winner!
Other healthy options on the menu that might tickle your fancy and tick a few ‘healthy’ boxes include:
- Middle Eastern Flatbread which includes eggs, crushed chickpeas, crisp kale and a tomato chilli salsa
- Soft Scrambled Free Range Eggs with smoked salmon and leaf spinach on toasted brioche (you can opt for a Gluten Free Bagel instead of brioche if you are that way inclined for a little extra $)
- Grilled Field Mushroom with Persian feta, avocado and tomato salsa, basil pesto, cress on toasted sourdough
Remember, Next Door Kitchen & Bar do breakfast on Saturday and Sunday only, so book in a weekend breakfast date so you can try their new spring menu for yourself!
Next Door Kitchen & Bar
Shop B11, Little Stanley Street, South Bank