While usually Sunnybank is famous for it’s drool-inducing ramen, plate upon plate of yum cha (more like delicious-cha) and more sushi trains than you could shake a shinkansen timetable at – this nifty little bistro is dishing up Asian fusion like no other.
Start your day with dishes like the breakfast puffle, a Hong Kong egg waffle topped with pork floss, oolong tea eggs, homemade pickles and deep fried youtiao (Chinese donut sticks?!?) or for a sweet new twist on a classic, brown sugar smoked pork belly eggs Benedict with kimchi and lychee salad.
After something special for dinner? Start off with a plate of their famous coconut prawn beignets, or for something truly special order the double cooked pork belly burger, which comes with a hunk of pork bigger than the big bad wolf could wrap his chops around. All burgers on the menu are served between two of their signature milk buns, for a more cultural take on Brissy’s favourite food.
Read more about Southside Bistro here.