Jumpsuit: Seminyak, Bali (totally appropriate)
Travel Wallet: Peter Alexander
I am off to Bali today with my dear friend JE. Time to get out of the cold weather and into the sun for two relaxing weeks! The only problem leaving the cold and going to the hot is what to wear on the plane! I have settled for my spotted jumpsuit with a long sleeve top underneath that it can quickly be taken off when I get to the humidity! My favourite part of this outfit however is my travel wallet. It has been all over the world with me and pretty much sums me up "I'm all class ... as long as it starts with 'first' or 'business' ". I can dream can't I!?
Today KJ and I stopped off for brunch at "Honeycomb" before heading to the airport. I have eaten at "Honeycomb" several times but it has been a while. I think all of the hype has calmed down as there was a dramatic difference between having to wait half an hour for a table and being almost the only people in the cafe. We sat amongst the slick furnishings, white walls and tables, dark wooden Bentwood chairs and honeycomb shaped and coloured lights that dangle from the ceilings. Not a bad thing that the cafe was quiet, better service for us!
They change their menu daily to keep it fresh with the latest, seasonal produce. Unfortunately today Andy Bunn's signature shaved cabbage salad was not on the menu but we were lucky enough to have him make it especially for us! Yay, because it is our favourite! We shared the baked eggs with parmesan and ham soldiers. A lot of food on that one plate, lucky we were sharing! THe eggs were creamy and the parmesan gave it that extra punch. The ham soldiers were cute. Lovely sourdough bread with parma ham. Delish! However, we had already finished the complimentary freshly cut sourdough toast before our eggs came so we were already quite full! As well as the shaved cabbage salad with balsamic and parmesan we shared roast field mushrooms and sautéed broccolini. The vegetables at honeycomb are always delicious!
|Top: Shaved cabbage salad with parmesan and balsamic ($18)|
Bottom Left: Sourdough Bread
Bottom Right: Baked eggs with parmesan and ham soldiers ($16)
Good satisfying last Sydney meal before Bali. Now I just have two weeks of indulgence eating! Woohoo!
Ambience: 7.5/10Food: 8.5/10
354 Liverpool Street
Darlinghurt NSW 2010