Belle: Whilst running around the Inner West for some errands, Brenda and I popped by West Juliett for a late lunch. It is located among the residential streets of Marrickville and the parking was quite easy to find.
I couldn’t go pass an Affogato – double espresso over two scoops white chocolate ice cream ($5.9) for my afternoon caffeine hit.
Whilst Brenda stuck to her usual Soy Latte ($3.5 + extra for soy).
I was on a sugar high that day and was still craving something sweet after my affogato. I ordered the French toast, ricotta, roast rhubarb, salted caramel ($13.9). It was exactly what I was craving that afternoon. I have to admit I did went a little overboard with the sugar and wasn’t able to finish my dish.
Brenda again was more sensible and ordered the Grass fed burger, betroot relish, butter lettuce, cheddar, pickles, mayo ($13.9). It was a decent burger, but the bread was too dry. According to Brenda, she hasn’t found another burger to meet her benchmark burger from The Fish Shop in Potts Point.
After a quick break we decided to add in a Bowl of hand cut chips with crisp herbs ($5.9) to finish our meal. The addition of fried herbs was a nice touch of flavour, but sadly the chips were undercooked. We were hoping to find chips that matched the chips we had a Kepos Street Kitchen.
I enjoyed the ambiance of West Juliett and it is somewhere that I will be returning for future brunch session.
30 Llewellyn Street, Marrickville, NSW 2204
(02) 9519 0101
Opening Hours: Monday to Saturday 7am till 4pm.