Breakfast frittata ($15.50)My breakfast frittata is a fluffy, eggy pan of thick chorizo, chunks of potato, and a bright orange romesco sauce. Whilst the usual frittata comes with toast, Mister Close will happily substitute the toast for a fresh salad (which I quickly take advantage of). Whilst the frittata itself isn’t anything to rave about, the romesco sauce is a bit of a saviour – it’s positively vibrant and rich in flavour, with the sweetness of the peppers adding a much-needed kick to dish.
Breakfast frittata ($15.50)The chunks of potato and sliced chorizo add a warmth to the dish; probably the kind of brekkie that’s best suited on a cold day.
Toast (Dench Bakery’s Sourdough grain) with blood orange marmalade ($6)E goes for the slices of dench toast with a blood orange marmalade and butter accompaniment; something very simple but you can’t really go wrong here.
Toast (Dench Bakery’s Sourdough grain) with blood orange marmalade ($6)
Long black with hot milk ($4)Whilst I didn’t try the coffee, I am assured by E that her long black is spot on. The blend is Campos (an Australian brand) and the coffee is sourced straight from coffee growers – that’s some serious coffee! With an extensive brekkie menu, a range of gorgeous sweet treats and an even more enticing lunch menu to go, Mister Close offers reasonably-priced brekkie fare smack bang in the middle of two of the busiest streets in the CBD. Not bad for a moustache-growing, glasses-donning Mister that, despite an otherwise ordinary area, manages to exude that sort of cool cat charm that’ll keep you coming back for more.
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