This past Sunday I finally managed to make it to another Brunch Club brunch; the last one I went to was in March. Yeah, I know, slack.
This month Brunch Club was at The Arborist, a rooftop bar and eatery that focuses on fresh and locally produced food. They also have a fairly decent gluten-free selection; I was impressed.
For about a week before Brunch Club, I had been eyeing up the menu trying to work out what meals would might have a gluten-free option available; I couldn’t really tell from the website, but saw that they had gluten-free toast, and figured that I would be able to have have a couple of meals. It turns out a lot more meals have gluten-free options than is listed on the site, so if you’re gluten intolerant and worried you won’t be able to eat anything, you’ll be fine (they have gluten-free buttermilk fried chicken…)
I went with the Turkish Eggs – soft poached eggs with savoury Greek yoghurt, nut chilli butter, toasted coriander seeds and toast sounds amazing, right? It was, and I pretty much demolished my meal as soon as it came out.
I’m really glad that I finally managed to make it out to another brunch, awesome company and great food is the best combination, and I will definitely be going back The Arborist for another mean; I’m thinking possible date night?