Monday, September 8, 2014

No bones to pick at Pinbone

Posted by Kath

Weekend mornings can be as much of a mission as the weekday ones. I was on a mission of my own one Sunday: to finally experience brunch at Pinbone, where I'd been for an amazing dinner previously.

Sign at Pinbone, Jersey Road, Woollahra
With my brunch expectations relatively high, we headed to leafy Woollahra where there was, of course, a fixie parked out front of Pinbone.

Piccolo
The coffee at Pinbone is decent but it's more about the food of which they certainly have a strong quality focus. Not only are the serving sizes at Pinbone generous but so are the flavours and service.

Club Limbo - turkey, confit duck leg, bacon jam, crispy prosciutto, lettuce, tomato,
mayo and chip club sandwich with fries
Behold the Club Limbo, your not-so-average club sandwich. I was so excited to eat it that I devoured one handful of this amazing sandwich before I could contain myself enough to take a photo.

The sandwich tower of colours and textures comprised three layers of soft white bread holding together roast turkey, confit duck leg, the crispiest prosciutto, shredded lettuce, tomato and potato crisps - all doused in mayo and finished with deliciously sweet and slightly spicy bacon jam.

Served with a separate dish of fries, Club Limbo made for a formidable brunch.

Scones, smoked cheese, sausage gravy and fried eggs
Another stunner from the menu were the flavourful, albeit unphotogenic, scones with fried eggs, American-style sausage gravy and smoked cheese.

Also a generous serve with two portions of scones and eggs, the gooey smokey cheese hits from the very first mouthful, while the creamy sausage gravy just kept me coming back for more. Warning: This brunch dish is definitely not for the faint-hearted or just peckish.

Pinbone signed entrance
Satisfied and sufficiently fuelled up for another weekend, I'm glad to report that brunch at Pinbone definitely lived up to my expectations. With amazing food, friendly service and not even a wait to be seated, there really were no bones to pick at Pinbone.

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2 comments:

chocolatesuze said...

oh man pinbone is just too amazing for words, i really gotta get there and try that biscuit with gravy!

Amy zhong said...

ive been wanting to try this place for the longest time! that cheeseeeee chesse cheesseeee!

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