As well as lunch and dinner, this city spot offers early breakfasts, with muffins, pastries and a beer-infused banana bread alongside coffee from The Establishment. Things get heartier later in the day, with plenty of slow-cooked meats, charcuterie and a few superfood salads thrown in for good measure, but the emphasis on intriguing bistro style dishes and share plates with a European influence.
The beer menu, however, is what people really come for. Three full pages of eclectic bottled beers will tempt most beer lovers, from favorite local craft offerings (think Stone & Wood, Feral and Burleigh Brewing) to a couple of Belgians, some American-style IPAs and a nice slate of porters and stouts. And if you’re someone whose tastes don’t run to beer, there’s also an interesting selection of wines, spirits and cocktails on offer, plus coffee during the day.
Read more about Mr Edward’s Alehouse & Kitchen here.