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Lawsons Bistro, Wenty Leagues Club

Posted by brasseriebread on May 20, 2016

The food at Lawsons Bistro is focused on the grill, featuring a variety of steak, seafood, and salads on the menu. At the helm Chef Colin Yabsley not only looks after the bistro, but also the cafe, Italian restaurant, bar food, and catering within Wentworthville Leagues Club. His kitchen is full of young guys (he’s got [...]

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Jasmine Greens Park Kiosk, Umina Beach

Posted by brasseriebread on April 11, 2016

Jasmine Greens Park Kiosk on the Central Coast celebrates nourishing food and local produce. Owner Gabby Greyem moved from Bondi to the Central Coast 15 years ago, bringing with her a diverse background from working for Greenpeace and in broadcast journalism. Her commitment to nutrition began to shine through when she established Jasmine Greens. Positive Community [...]

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CEO Cook Off 2016

Posted by brasseriebread on March 11, 2016

OzHarvest raised a record-breaking $1.5 million at the CEO Cook Off on Monday 7 March. In its fifth year in Sydney, and for the first time ever in Brisbane, the CEO Cook Off aims to build awareness on food security and food wastage in Australia. In Sydney 130 senior business leaders and 40 top chefs were [...]

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Brick Lane Espresso, West Pymble

Posted by brasseriebread on February 22, 2016

With a background in coffee and then running The Refinery Espresso, Andrea Manfe changed gears to open Brick Lane Espresso in West Pymble last year. The friendly vibe is infectious with customers on a first name basis doling out kisses on Andrea’s cheek. There’s outdoor seating aplenty to bask in the sun or inside seating for rainy [...]

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Brasserie Bread Hot Cross Buns at Pepe Saya Last Supper Pop Up

Posted by brasseriebread on February 2, 2016

Brasserie Bread will be baking especially created hot cross buns for Pepe Saya’s Last Supper pop up at Bitton in Alexandria from the 23rd of February to 24th of March. Buttermaker extraordinaire and our dear friend Pierre Issa is taking dairy to a new high with a dedicated butter pop up shop designed by stylists Jan [...]

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Country Valley Dairy Tour

Posted by brasseriebread on January 18, 2016

On a rainy Monday in January a few of us from Brasserie Bread drove to Picton to spend a day with John Fairley at Country Valley. We are now using Country Valley milk for our Allpress coffees at our café in Botany, so it was an eye-opening experience to see the care and passion that [...]

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Glass Merchants, Balaclava

Posted by brasseriemelb on December 23, 2015

Breakfast is best when it’s all-day, especially when you’re crawling out of bed around noon on a Sunday. At Glass Merchants in Balaclava, all the usual suspects from smashed avocado on sourdough to eggs benny are on the breakfast menu (served all-day from 7am until 4pm – huzzah!). Head Chef Michael Quinn aims to please with [...]

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The Flying Duck Hotel, Prahran

Posted by brasseriemelb on December 17, 2015

Tucked away in Prahran, The Flying Duck is an oasis away from the concrete jungle of the city. Alive with greenery and a laidback beer garden, the gastro pub is the perfect place for kicking back with a beer or two. But beers and wines aren’t the only boozy pick-me-ups at the Duck. Cocktails come [...]

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Single Origin Showcase with Yelp Melbourne

Posted by brasseriemelb on December 8, 2015

On Sunday December 6, 2015 Melbourne Yelp Elites assembled at Brasserie Bread in South Melbourne to get a taste of all things single origin. The concept of single origin is not new – it’s especially known in the coffee world. But the provenance of other food is sometimes overlooked. At the Single Origin Showcase we set [...]

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Burnside, Fitzroy

Posted by brasseriemelb on November 30, 2015

Chris Handley, Sean Albers and Jona Gunn have been in the business for years, and aspirations of starting their own cafe finally came true when they opened Burnside earlier this year. Originally looking at the city, the Fitzroy space became available, so they gutted the whole place to let more light in. Simple and Good With [...]

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