Review: Bion Societé (Camperdown)

A couple of weeks ago my sister and I met for breakfast at Bion Societé. I must say I thought the place looked a bit more ordinary than the photos I’d seen online. Management change, perhaps?

Bion Societé

Bion Societé

As usual, we started off with long blacks, which were thankfully served in larger than usual cups. Good coffee.

Long blacks

Long blacks ($3.50)

We shared the Tasmanian smoked salmon Benedict (soft poached eggs on brioche -we got gluten-free toast instead-, smoked salmon, cherry tomato, asparagus, sauce vierge, salmon roe-missing, green herb oil, baby herbs & hollandaise) and the BION Cafe breakfast (2 poached eggs served with caramelised tomato, mushrooms, pork sausage, bacon, wilted spinach & sourdough – we got gluten-free toast instead).

Tasmanian smoked salmon Benedict

Tasmanian smoked salmon Benedict ($18)

See that piece of buttery substance in the photo below? Not butter. Either margarine or one of those spreadable water-filled concoctions.

BION Cafe breakfast

BION Cafe breakfast ($20)

Unfortunately the food was average, which is a pity considering the place is nice, and service and coffee are not bad either.

Bion Societé
12/14 Layton Street
Camperdown NSW 2050
(02) 9557 5931
www.bionsociete.com.au

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