What I ordered was scrambled eggs with sun dried tomato and parmesan on cheese toast, with bacon, weiss wurst, mushrooms, mayo and chutney. It was very good and very filling. The only real flaws were an excess of juices (from the mushrooms I think), and runny chutney (it should be thick).
What I should have ordered was the Scrambled Special... scrambled eggs topped with spinach (sauteed) and lime Dijon hollandaise on a potato, mushroom, onion and tomato fry-up all on a slab of thick cheese toast. Mmmm... as soon as I laid eyes on this towering stack of temptation I rapidly switched from lust to envy... I want what they're having.
There were six other monster egg specials, including things like Pambula Eggs (fried with flathead fillets etc), Tex Mex (fried with bacon, sausage and chilli beans on corn toast) and a Warm Deluxe Breakfast salad type thing (poached on a mixture of baby greens, bacon, croutons, avocado, smoked salmon etc). Very creative and lots of choice.
The atmosphere inside Gluttony is reasonable, although it lacks a bit of warmth, and if you grab a street table there's a fair chance you'll have to deal with a Smith Street nutter or two.
One thing I'm not so sure about is the "breakfast bar" of self-service muesli, fruit, yadda yadda. I always wonder how long it's all been sitting there, going dry or collecting germs from the passing trade.
At around 12 bucks for most of the big brekky specials, this place is great value. And the coffee was up there with the best I've ever had.
16/20 "go hungry"