Sunday, July 22, 2007

Inkr7, St Kilda

This morning I ate breakfast with what Cheap Eats calls the "professional creative" crowd, at a buzzy little venue called Inkr7, 7 Inkerman Street, St Kilda, Tel +61 3 9534 6011. I think they mean creative types with real jobs and enough money to afford nice things like black sports cars. Which puts them in the elite company of Janette Howard (apparently she liked to speed around in one when she first met John) and Nick Bracks (who used to drive a black Saab before he got pissed and pranged it).

inkr7 benedict

In keeping with the crowd, the special of eggs benedict had a few creative touches. It was served on toasted pide rather than muffins. It came with spinach and ham. And there was a generous spread of Dijon mustard under the ham. Most importantly, the eggs were poached to perfection.

The standard menu has a few egg options (with various extras including grilled pancetta, grilled zucchini, pesto mayo and salmon) and "rustic" beans (5 different types) with Spanish onion, celery, capsicum and mushroom. On the sweeter side you can have muesli, fruit, banana bread with orange butter, or Dutch fruit loaf. The fruit loaf was also on special today, served with sweet marscapone cheese, fresh strawberries and maple syrup.

Despite a bad start (I stood like an idiot for a few minutes as staff walked past ignoring me), service turned out to be pretty good. And judging by the number of regulars, I'm assuming both food and service are pretty consistent.

16/20 "Dutch loaf"


Eggs & Pancetta $10.50 BB100 +5%

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

What's a "pide"?

28/7/07 06:34  
Blogger IronEaters said...

looks good! with egg,ham,spinach...great breakfast blog!

28/7/07 10:52  
Blogger Jamie Wodetzki said...

pide is the Turkish version of pita...

28/7/07 12:42  
Blogger AG said...

I've had excellent coffee here on the last couple of times I was here... A bottle of vino by the fire is also to be recommended (not for breakfast).

24/9/07 08:17  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great breaky selection, especially for those who don't eat eggs. I had hommus on toast with roasted tomatoe, ham and herbed ricotta. Coffee was fantastic too. Only downside was the rude waitress, full of attitude, and snide remarks. Not what i need from a brunch spot.

11/2/08 18:36  
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