Bread & Circus‘ appeals to the segment of the Gen Y populous that worships clean-eating. A deep familiarity with quinoa, chia, acai and wheatgrass will ease the transition from normal to the organic world of B&C.
First I death stare a young lady leaving the crust of her banana bread untouched…. Criminal offense. I drink away the sorrow.
Kyoto Roasted Iced Green Tea – $5. Glass served half empty and half is ice cubes. What the?
Two guys one cup – I may have just shared a glass with the uni student manning the juice bar. Need to check with staff whether ice cubes are organic. Answer is NO.
Lunch menu has us side-stepping the sandwich / meat offers and going for a two pronged salad soup assault.
Mixed salad, shared size – $25. Starting from Beetroot, moving CW; Cabbage Sprouts, Charred Zucchini, Red Cabbage and Paw Paw in various beautiful incarnations.
That is six hours of wasted kitchen time! Bowl replicates DIY chicken soup re-using leftover roast chicken and an aggressive hit of ginger. Mum knocks this up in 15 minutes and I get a family discount. Ho(me) job wins because I can’t taste the ‘organic‘ quality of these elements.
Perhaps the butter is milked from a grass-fed cow. 6/10.
– Overall (♦♦) – commendable concept but forgettable feed. Avoid.
Trusted-friend who recommended B&C gets a downgrade to a just a friend. Sorry.
Image shown as I will not be returning.