Thursday, 11 December 2014

Three Williams, Redfern

The very trendy warehouse restaurant 'Three Williams' in Redfern fills up quickly so get there early to be prepared to wait. I hate waiting! The atmosphere was quite homely and fresh. I quite liked the feature branch which hangs from the ceiling when you enter.

The very refreshing lemon iced tea with mint ($5ish) was el natural with very limited sweetness so I assume less sugar than your bottled iced teas. All their shakes are very tasty and packed of flavour ($8).  You can taste the milk and ice cream, which is delicious. 

The Merchant ($13) was the a fried egg with sprinkles of chili and spring onion, bacon, pickled slaw, ranch dressing on a bioche bun (below). It's what you would want if slightly hung over. It was consistent and a nice tangent on the traditional bacon and egg roll. The better choice on the day was the corn fritters though. 

The Corn Fritters ($18) below was served with bacon, sausages, tomato and capsicum salsa on top with potatoes and a touch of sour cream. This was a winner because it was just so homely and filling. The different elements of corn fritter with different textures of crunch from the bacon and potato with the tomato and capsicum salsa just worked really well. A great breakfast.

Prices: $11-18 for breakfast mains

Location: 613 A Elizabeth St, Redfern. Street Parking wasn't too bad to find. Get there early though.

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