The North Spoon is a new cafe to the dining precinct in Milson’s Point. When you think of Milson’s Point, you associate it with a harbour bridge view. If you’re seated outdoors, this doesn’t disappoint. There is a turfed garden with picnic tables and a view of the bridge – an extremely pleasant place to enjoy your weekend brunch.
This is a thriving café with plenty of indoor seating and a range of brunch choices with a nice touch of spice. It was an extremely cold day so we went for the quinoa porridge with flax seeds, chia, honey and topped with fruit that included fresh strawberries, banana and a poached pear. I really loved this and have been thinking about ever since we visited. Healthy, warm and filling.
We also tried the salmon hash, which had a lovely crispy hash atop a yogurt curry / Indian influenced sauce, greens and topped with salmon and poached eggs. An extremely tasty dish that made you go back for more.
We had a couple of coffees, using the campos bean and complete with latte art. They do serve a range of sweets and breads to take away.
I would recommend paying this place a visit. I know I’ll certainly be back as the lamb burger has inspired me for a lunch visit! Thanks to the North Spoon for a nice cafe experience and to CPM for introducing us.