If you’re looking for Lemon, Middle and Orange and you think you’re heading the wrong way, go a little further. A former paint factory nestled between industrial warehouses and steaming factories, Lemon, Middle and Orange has stuck (somewhat) to its roots.
The beautifully renovated space has kept the industrial-style, glittery tin exterior, with clean grey brick and open concrete paying homage to the café’s past.
The menu, on the other hand, is far from ancient. Featuring classic brunch dishes with clever, contemporary twists, standout dishes include the fish finger brioche, alfalfa sprout and tartar sauce served with potato latke. Kind of like your mother’s fish fingers, only leaps and bounds better. Lunch is an equally delicious affair, with the kitchen trotting out tender beef briskets and confit chickens.
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