What do you get when you mix fine-dining service with tastebud-tantalising café fare? Why The Brunswick Project, of course. The brain child of former Melbourne chef Jimmy Williams (of iconic Union St Brewers fame) The Brunswick Project has been the talk of the northern suburbs since they opened their doors in New Farm.
And how could blame them? With menu options like twice-cooked brioche French toast and baked eggs with parsley bread crumbs, you literally can’t go wrong when ordering here.
Coffee snobs (guilty) will be pleased to sip from a number of specialty brews from Rosso Roasting Co. while those among you who love a good boozy brunch (let’s be honest, who doesn’t) won’t be able to go past the fine beer and wine selection—oh and they just happen to make one of the best Bloody Mary's in Brisbane thanks to their house made tomato juice. Did anyone say lazy Sunday brunch with squad? Uh, yes please.
Designed with the idea of combining the best of fine dining—impeccable table service is a given here—with a homely atmosphere, The Brunswick Project might just leave you secretly working out how you can stay forever without anyone noticing. Did we mention the massive alfresco dining area out the back, complete with timber finishes, aimed at taking advantage of Brisbane’s balmy climate? We know, we’re excited too!
Gorgeous food, even better coffee AND the ability to order something a little bit stronger if the mood hits? Yeah, today is definitely a great day for brunch.
Image credit: The Brunswick Project