Thanks to its eclectic menu and homely, laidback vibe, this adorable corner cafe on Morton Street is the perfect place to schlep to for a hungover brunch. But it's also so much more. One trip to 27 Morton could just lead you on a journey around the world.
Open from 8am to 11pm daily, this joint serves comfort food from Central and Eastern Europe. So for breakfast you could have plain old granola, or you could walk on the wild side with Russian (syrniki) or Romanian (palatschinke) style pancakes with honey and lingonberries, the latter of which has a vegan option too.
The lunch and dinner menus are just as bold, with dishes from Germany (wurst, schnitzel), Switzerland (spätzle), the Balkans (golabki) and more. A partcularly intriguing item is the adjaruli from Georgia (the country not the state), which is essentially a dough boat filled with completely moreish, molten cheese.
And to drink? The cocktail list looks a draw, with bellinis and mimosas alongside options such as a Cocchi and Grapefruit Panache (Cocchi Americano with thyme, sage, citrus, grapefruit and bitters) and Sherry Mary, made with Lustau sherry, tomato, peppercorns, chillies, horseradish and lemon).