Time Out says
Lobster for breakfast, anyone? The father-and-son duo behind Butcher's Block in Wahroonga have opened Goodfields, a modern, summery cafe just across the road from Lindfield station. The crustacean in question comes as a butter-roasted lobster tail with lobster-hollandaise, poached eggs and crushed peas on a seeded bagel. Priced at $26, it's probably the next millennial brunch dish up for a skewering by any journalist keen to admonish first home-buyers. There's a Mediterranean vibe across the rest of the food menu, from the slow-roasted lamb and labneh on pita for breakfast, to the crisp skin salmon with beetroot hummus and feta for lunch. Unconventionally for Sydney cafes, they're open beyond 3pm, meaning Goodfields is here for both a good time and a long time.