There’s such a charming Sydney vibe about Graze. Its bucolic location in a black-and-white bungalow in Rochester Park is a plus, as is the vastly improved service. The breakfast menu is wideranging, from eggs done to your liking and muesli to freshly squeezed fruit juices and inch-thick toast. But the star attraction is the fry-up ($18), here served in a castiron pan crowded with fat bratwurst, sautéed mushrooms, sunny-side-up eggs, baked beans and nicely oily bacon. Thoughtfully, a vegetarian version is also available. The few low notes were banana pancakes overwhelmed by the red currant sauce ($13), expensive mojitos ($18) that needed a lot more alcohol and none-too-clean men’s toilets.
|Venue name:||Graze (Rochester Park)|
4 Rochester Park
|Opening hours:||Tue-Sat 6.30-10pm, Sun 9.30am-4pm, 6.30-9.30pm|
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