Hooray for Thursday peeps! The faster the day goes, the closer the weekend. One of my places I have recently discovered for brunch is Copo Cafe and diner in Drummoyne. Tucked secretly behind Victoria Road and yet still so popular. There is also a section upstairs in the terrace which I regrettably didn't check out but downstairs was also nice and cosy. The only thing missing was a view of the bay although the amount of sun light beaming in through the windows made up for it.
|House smoked trout baked eggs with creme fraiche and toast - $17.90|
Baked eggs are one of my favourite brunch meals. The best bit is always breaking off a piece of toast and using it to clean up all that oozy egg yolk. It hits the spot every time.
The dill with the smoked trout was a good match but there was so much trout! There wasn't as much oil in the dish as I had anticipated either which is always a thumbs up.
|Coffee thickshake - $6.50?|
Banana, strawberry and berries smoothie - $6.50
|Charcoal roast pork sandwich with aioli, pear and fennel relish - $13.90|
Oh man! I loved Copo's roast pork sandwich! The roast pork was a little bit dry but but but the relish was so dam delicious. The sweetness from the pear relish together with the aioli were a match made in heaven. No seriously, it was one of the best 'sauces' I have had. I would definitely come back for this but you can't order it too late as these sandwiches sell out like hot potatoes. I think I scored one of the last few because we heard another customer ordering it and they were sold out.
Gotta go eat!!