A visual companion to the foodies guide to Redfern (or Pitt St Diner brunch pics)

Last Friday the Good Food section of Sydney Morning Herald published a note on the latest and greatest places to eat in Redfern (see article here). One of my favourite brunch spots, Pitt St Diner, got a brief mention and I thought I could share some photos from our most recent visit to expand with examples. After all, one pic is worth much more than a 2^10 words.

The Big Daddy

Big Daddy; two eggs, chorizo, bacon, roast tomato, mushrooms, spinach, avocado & kumara hash (instead of organic sourdough) ($25)

Croque Monsieur

Croque Monsieur; grilled ham, gruyere cheese & béchamel toasted sandwich ($12)

Baked eggs

Pipperade; Basque country eggs, chorizo & eggs baked in a tomato, onion & red capsicum sauce served with baguette ($17)

Truffled eggs

Truffles, poached eggs, parmesan, white wine & thyme mushrooms, asparagus and truffle oil on sourdough ($17)

Eggs Florentine

Florentine; poached eggs, fresh asparagus & hollandaise stacked on a kumara hash & hollandaise ($21)

Yeah, we’re friends with the owner but I wouldn’t rave about the food if I honestly didn’t like it. You can read previous reviews of Pitt St Diner here,
here,
here, and
here.

Pitt St Diner
96 Pitt Street
Redfern NSW 2016
(02) 8668 5936
www.pittstdiner.com.au
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